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NBC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 22, 1976
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(Studio) high school senior Daryl Griffith, said to be best high school basketball player in US.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Louisville, Kentucky) Griffith graduates in May from Male HS. 100s of colleges considered him for scholarships. His basketball prowess noted. Griffith 6'4" and his best friend, Bobby Turner, 6' 5", shown dunking balls. [Father Monroe GRIFFITH - tells of son's history with regard to basketball.] [TURNER - says he and Griffith taught each other.] He's considered the best at 17 years old. [Daryl GRIFFITh - says good to know he's at top. Expresses confidence in his abilities.] [Mother Maxine GRIFFITH - says will let son tell what college he chose.] Griffith held news conference Wednesday [GRIFFITH - decided on University Louisville.] [Coach University Louisville Denny CRUM - explains what Griffith recs. with scholarship.]
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Schaap, Dick
Duration:
00:04:50

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