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Sooners pick up commit from 6-9 Khadeem Lattin

by Ryan Aber Published: October 24, 2013

NORMAN–Oklahoma picked up its second men’s basketball commitment for the 2014 class Thursday when 6-foot-9 Khadeem Lattin committed to the Sooners.

Lattin, a power forward/center, spent time overseas last year, playing for the Canarias Basketball Academy in Spain’s Canary Islands.

He’s currently playing for Redemption Christian Homeschool Academy in Houston.

Lattin is the grandson of Dave Lattin, who was a starter on Texas Western’s 1966 national championship team.

His mother, Monica Lamb, starred at USC and spent three seasons with the WNBA’s Houston Comets, winning three championships.

He spent time overseas as a child when Lamb played in in both Italy and Spain.

Lattin has also worked with former NBA player and coach John Lucas since he was young.

Lattin had offers from Arizona, Georgetown, Texas, Memphis and TCU among others. has Lattin ranked as a three-star prospect, No. 124 overall. He’s No. 96 on’s latest ESPN100 ranking of the top 2014 prospects and a four-star recruit according to the site.

Lattin joins 6-foot-10 center Jamuni McNeace as Sooners commits for 2014. McNeace, from Allen, Texas, committed earlier this month.


A Look at Lattin

USA Today’s Jim Halley wrote about Lattin’s unusual route to stardom.’s Luke Winn said Lattin faced criticism for his decision to play overseas.


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by Ryan Aber
OU Athletics Reporter
Ryan Aber has worked for The Oklahoman since 2006, covering high schools, the Oklahoma City RedHawks, the Oklahoma City Barons and OU football recruiting. An Oklahoma City native, Aber graduated from Northeastern State. Before joining The...
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