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How Kinston, N.C. became the greatest producer of NBA talent in America


"That was our proving ground," says ex-NBA star Jerry Stackhouse, another Kinston product, who as a teenager faced a much older sharpshooter named Donald Ingram. And just as Donald roughed up Stackhouse, Stackhouse later did the same with Donald's son, a kid named Brandon Ingram. This decadeslong cycle created a reputation that continues today. (ESPN.com)

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