EDMOND — For as long as they've been playing basketball, James and Jordan Woodard have virtually always been on the same team.
Only for a couple of years when Jordan was in eighth and ninth grade were the brothers not teammates.
And though nothing is certain in the future, it's very possible that they've played their last game together — that being Edmond Memorial's state championship loss to Tulsa Union last month.
But for James Woodard, a first-team selection on The Oklahoman's Super 5, the joy of sharing the court with his little brother is a feeling he'll always remember.
“I've been playing basketball with him all my life,” James said. “Playing with him and winning a championship last year, then getting to the championship game again was a lot of fun.
“We've always been used to playing with each other. It's just natural for us out there. I know what he's gonna do. He knows what I'm gonna do. We have that bond and that chemistry.”
That chemistry meant even more to Jordan when he joined the varsity before the 2010-11 season.
“When I first started practicing with varsity, James was the only one I was comfortable with,” Jordan said. “I always wanted him on my team. It was easy for me to come in and play with him.”
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