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Stone talks package deal with Newman

THE WOODLANDS, Tex. -- Diamond Stone, the top performer at the Under Armour Invitational this past weekend, was a dominant force on the court averaging over 20 points a game. Stone also made news when he told that he and Malik Newman will go to the same school for college.

The biggest news to surface from the Under Armour Invitational came from Diamond Stone not only on the court, but also off of it. On the court Stone, a 6-foot-10, 235-pound center, dominated on both ends. Offensively, he scored with his back to the basket, off face up drives and by hitting mid and long-range jump shots. On defense, Stone was just as dominant. In the past, he hasn't necessarily... Recommended Stories

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