The college basketball world is full of teams and players we have never heard of. For every program like the Duke Blue Devils who feature a name coach, future NBA players and a legacy that is touted by Dick Vitale more times than a homeless person uses a fish as a washcloth, there are programs no one has ever heard of like the great (albeit fictional) Club State Pool Cleaners.
There is also a program from Illinois called Olney Central College. Ring a bell? Of course not. If you said yes, well, you are a liar to the ninth degree or you go to school there.
Olney Central College (the OCC?) features a guard named John Brown. A pretty simple name for a kid with extraordinary powers, though.
That was John Brown the basketball player. Not John Brown a player you tried to create in a version of NBA Jam you scooped up while at your local video game retailer.
Brown averages a team-high 17.5 points per game for Olney Central College. That is great and all, but he will likely be forever remembered as the guy who blocked a shot, juked an official and dunked the ball right as time was expiring.
You win life, Olney Central College and John Brown. You win.