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Dorsey Hearing Big From Two

ICP Portland is one stacked AAU team, but recently they lost Donaven Dorsey - so their program isn't as stacked as it used to be. For the 6-6.5, 185-pound small forward from Lacey, Wash., it was a simple matter of math. Too many stars equalled less prime time, and as we know the summer AAU circuit is all about marketing and exposure.

"It was just a different look, you know," Dorsey told Dawgman.com this week about his move away from ICP to Team Access. "With ICP, there were a lot of superstars on that team, butting heads a little bit. We're all trying to get our names out there, so the best fit was to leave and go to another place." It's not as if Dorsey needs a ton of exposure to get his name out there. He already has five...

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