Cary News: Sports

June 16, 2014 11:35 AM

Hometown heroes: men’s basketball

Though he was the least-recruited of a stellar Wake County crop of ballers during his final year of high school, Josh Davis (Athens Drive class of 2009) now has the best chance of starting a pro men’s basketball career.

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