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Topic - Victor Page
The basketball career fizzled years ago. Ask what became of the former Georgetown star, though, and the answer starts with a series of disheveled, cringe-inducing mugshots and a trail of court records that lead to a cramped interview room at the Prince George's County Correctional Center.
With Otto Porter on the bench nursing a sore knee, the player known as DSR put on Georgetown's best freshman scoring performance in 17 years.
"Don't touch me," he said.
"We don't pay for stories,"