1. Arizona Commit Ray Smith Calls ACL Tear 'A Blessing'

    Two weeks ago, Ray Smith, a top 10 player in the Class of 2015, committed to Arizona. He originally planned to make that announcement on Sunday evening, telling Bruce Pascoe of the ...

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  2. Photo: Montrezl Harrell Breaks Another Backboard

    Louisville's Montrezl Harrell made news earlier this summer when he broke a backboard during a summer league game near his hometown in North Carolina. Today he did it again, this time in a Cincinnati summer league...

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  3. Illini Announce Non-Conference Schedule

    The season ticket renewal period for Fighting Illini men's basketball is underway. Renewal forms have been sent by mail and email to existing season ticket holders, with a priority deadline of Aug...

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  4. Anton Gill Expected to Have a Much Larger Role in His Sophomore Season

    Anton Gill arrived on campus last season amid much fanfare and admiration for the incoming class. Unfortunately, not much of the calamity was directed at this particular former Hargrave Academy product...

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  5. Izzo Says Spartans Can Compete for Championships

    DIMONDALE — Coach Tom Izzo sounded as though he couldn't believe himself how good he feels about what many outsiders felt would be a rebuilding Michigan State basketball team...

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  6. Jordan Morgan signs with Virtus Roma

    Jordan Morgan will continue his professional career in Italy. The former Michigan big man signed a contract with Virtus Roma of the Italian Serie A today...

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  7. Illinois Basketball: Illini's Best Situational Lineups for 2014-15

    John Groce's Fighting Illini will have a much deeper roster in 2014-15 than they did a season ago. The Fighting Illini return all five starters, while adding transfers Aaron Cosby ...

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  8. Dynamic Athletes to Watch in the 2014-15 College Basketball Season

    One of the pleasures of college basketball is the opportunity to watch great athletes come into their prime...

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  9. Report: Belmont Lands 6'6" SF Windler for 2015

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  10. Post-Weight Loss Kennedy Meeks Throws Down Windmill (VIDEO)

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  11. Tyler Thornton Joins Men's Basketball Staff

    Former Duke point guard Tyler Thornton has joined the Marquette staff, coach Steve Wojciechowsk tweeted. .....

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  12. Instagram: UNC's Sleek Meeks

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  13. Photo: UConn Is Nearly Finished with Its New Basketball Facility

    When discussing the best basketball programs in America over the last 20 years, it's hard to argue that anyone is better than UConn. Its men's team has won four national championships, while its women's team has dominated over the last two decades...

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  14. Two Surprises After First Cuts at Team USA U17 Trials

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  15. USA Basketball Session One Highlights (VIDEO)

    The USA Basketball U17 camp for the World Championship team began on Thursday and 32 of the most talented players in the country are currently in Colorado Springs to take part. ....

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  16. Kid Celebrates 7th Birthday with U of L Cake

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  17. Top Five Players of Tom Izzo Era at Michigan State

    Tom Izzo ’s accomplishments at Michigan State since taking over the program from Jud Heathcote prior to the start of the 1995-96 season are well known...

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  18. Vermont Releases 2014 Non-Conference Schedule

    Vermont played it's toughest non-conference schedule last year. Trying to rival that, they've included six teams that made postseason tournaments and 10 who claimed at least 18 wins...

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  19. Delaware Basketball's 2014-15 Non-Conference Schedule

    NEWARK, Del. -- The University of Delaware men's basketball team will play three games in the state of California, take on three NCAA Tournament squads, and host Temple as the Blue Hens announced their 2014-15 non-conference schedule on Friday...

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  20. 2014 USA Basketball U17 Training Camp – Friday recap

    A morning and evening session in Colorado Springs on Friday will go a long way in determining who will be selected on Saturday as the final 12 members of the USA Basketball U17 team who will play in the FIBA World Championships in Dubai in August...

    David Scipione Written by David Scipione about 4 days ago 1,456 reads 0 comments

  21. Florida Commit KeVaughn Allen Puts Together an Impressive Peach Jam

    Florida commit and 2015 guard KeVaughn Allen put together a strong week at last week's Nike Peach Jam. The 6-foot-2 guard scored in a variety of different ways, defended on the perimeter and showed some skill passing the ball as well...

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  22. Two More Big College Hoops Events to Be Played in Vegas Next Season

    Las Vegas will continue to be a hub for quite a few college hoops games going forward. It's already host to plenty of league tournaments come March, and now we're seeing more teams commit to trekking to Sin City for the early part of the sport's calendar.

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  23. 5-Star Simmons' Connection to LSU Still Strong

    Opinions and choices by teenagers aren't exactly the kind of stuff long-term plans can be built around. Not normally anyway. Then again, there's not a whole lot normal about teenager Ben Simmons, especially when he's on the basketball court...

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  24. ISU's Niang Shows off Radical Weight Loss

    Last season, Iowa State forward Georges Niang was listed at 240 pounds. While he wasn't a huge guy by any stretch of the imagination, he has said that one of his goals was to get in better shape before the start of the season...

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  25. Predicting the 2014-15 ACC All-Conference Teams

    Having spent the past seven Fridays projecting the standings for each of the major college basketball conferences, it's time to start back at the beginning and make predictions for the 2014-15 ACC All-Conference Teams...

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