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Posted at 10:14 AM ET, 11/29/2010

Read this: The guy who elbowed Obama, and the risks of White House hoops

By The Reliable Source

Decerega as a prep-school hoops star, 20 years before The Elbow incident. (St. Stephen's School)

Local man in the news! Rey Decerega is an Alexandria native who was the star of the St. Stephen's basketball team back in 1991. In high school, he "was voted 'most mature' and 'most popular.' In college they called him 'Nice Guy Rey.'" And now, he'll be forever known as "The Elbow." (Seriously, try Googling him. That's all you get now. Poor guy.) Jason Horowitz wonders whether Decerega's collision with President Obama, which forced the commander in chief to get 12 stitches, will make some players rethink the coveted White House hoops invitations.

Reynaldo Decerega's elbow enters history

The Reliable Source took the holiday off but will be back momentarily.

By The Reliable Source  | November 29, 2010; 10:14 AM ET
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