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Devils Eyeing Latvia-Born Guard

Devils Eyeing Latvia-Born Guard

Rihards Kuksiks has been playing high school basketball in the United States for only two years. Nonetheless, the 6-6 205 Latvian native shooting guard has been garnering some serious attention from Division-I schools. The senior from Florida Air Academy officially visited Tempe this past weekend, and Devils Digest caught up with his coach Aubin Goporo to get the latest on his recruitment.

"I picked him up from the airport last night after his visit," said Goporo of Rihards Kuksiks. "He liked his visit to Arizona State very much. He liked meeting all the people there, and liked listening to the plan that Coach Sendek...

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