102-point man takes bow

Bennie Fuller Court christened at School for Deaf

Posted: January 13, 2013 at 3:18 a.m.

Former Arkansas School for the Deaf basketball player Bennie Fuller (center) talks with Emogene Nutt (left) as his wife, Emma, looks at a plaque honoring Fuller on Saturday at the school in Little Rock. The school’s new basketball court was named after Fuller, who scored 102 points in a game in 1971.

One of the best high school basketball players the state has ever seen received a long awaited honor Saturday night when the Arkansas School for the Deaf in Little Rock named its court for him.

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