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J.P. Tokoto Makes Successful Transition From Soccer to Basketball

Thursday, May 24, 2012

J.P. Tokoto, who heads to North Carolina in the fall to start his college basketball career, was first a soccer player like his grandfather. He didn't play organized basketball until the sixth grade. But it didn't take long for him to become fearsome on the court. By seventh grade he was dunking in games. "It was unheard of where I was from," he said. "And then it became second nature." (The Post Game)

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