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BrockMerlin

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Duke and the Plumlees comes to mind


But strangely enough, I find with basketball there is more of a tendency for brothers to go to separate schools, although there will always be some families that go to the same school (i.e. the Porter brothers at Mizz right now). If you look at recent basketball "royalty" it's often split up. The Barrys of 80's and 90's fame all went to different schools (I think Jon eventually transferred to GT, where Drew also played), and it's the same story with the Currys, Zellers, and Hansbroughs. So, as far as my current knowledge goes, Mizz and Duke have the most recent success with getting brothers (not counting the UCLA Ball family debacle).

[Post edited by BrockMerlin at 02/09/2018 10:14AM]

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