VIDEO: Former Maryland star Terrell Stoglin punts ball, flips off crowd in Venezuelan league game

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Remember Terrell Stoglin?

He led the ACC in scoring as a sophomore, putting up 21.6 points per game for Maryland in the 2011-12 season. His junior season, however, was slated to be lost to suspension, so the 6-foot-1 guard bolted for the pros.

After an NBA summer league stint, Stoglin has spent the intervening years bouncing around leagues overseas without much in the way of stateside fanfare. He’s been in Lebanon, Turkey, Ukraine, France, Greece and a few other places, though he’s still probably best remembered either for that gaudy scoring number or the inelegant departure from Maryland.

He just added another memorable moment to that resume, though.

In a game in the Venezuelan LPB, Stoglin took the ball from an official, punted it into the stands and then proceeded to give the fans in attendance the single-finger salute on his way out the door.

Some people know how to make an entrance, but Stoglin seems to have the making an exit thing down.