Shooting guard Glen Rice Jr. tries to overcome his mistakes
ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- A famous name only goes so far when a player takes the basketball court. Glen Rice Jr. is quite familiar with this concept. His father, Glen Rice, was a high-scoring forward for 15 NBA seasons and was the fourth overall pick in the 1989 draft by the Miami Heat. So the younger Rice has traveled his own path toward the pros and taken a few detours along the way, including being thrown off the Georgia Tech team as a junior last year. But the 22-year-old shooting guard has made an amazing comeback in the NBA Development League, at first rarely playing before finally leading his Rio Grande Valley team to the D-League championship. Rice and Tony Snell, a 6-foot-7 early ...