Terrell Stoglin

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WATCH: Former Terp Terrell Stoglin Punts Ball into Stands, Flips Off Fans at Game

August 15, 2018

By Eyasu Delesa

Former Maryland basketball player Terrell Stoglin has actually carved out a decent career overseas but unfortunately for the former Terp standout, only his overseas tirades make headlines in the states.

Stoglin, who plays in the top professional basketball league in Venezuela,  made quite the scene before exiting a recent game. 

In the span of 20 seconds, Stoglin punts the ball into the stands, rips off his jersey, tosses it at the ref, and then concludes his tirade by flipping off the crowd. 

Stoglin left the University of Maryland in 2012.  He averaged 21.6 points per game in his final collegiate season but left the school once he learned that he'd be suspended for the entire 2012-13 season. He has played for several teams overseas since not being selected in the NBA draft.

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