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Topic - Jawan Carter
On a chilly Sunday morning in October, 18 basketball players showed up to pursue a dream. The setting was an open tryout for the NBA Developmental League Champion Iowa Energy, the Wizards D-League affiliate, held on Oct. 16 at the Northern Virginia Sportsplex.
There is a tradition at Saint Joseph's for fans to cheer "The Hawk Will Never Die!"
Right now, Carter says he's just looking for an opportunity.
"You couldn't ask a single guy who plays basketball who wouldn't tell you he wants to play in the NBA," Carter said.