1. If Maker Chooses Indiana, Are They Contenders?: Today's U

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  2. Where Are They Now?: Tom Coverdale Is Indiana Basketball's Answer to Dadbod

    Everyone's favorite redhead earned a spot in our hearts with his scrappy play and tough as nails work ethic. Basically, every buzzword used for your favorite white NFL wide receiver also doubles for Tom Coverdale...

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  3. New UF Coach Mike White Quickly Wows Gators with Energy

    Billy Donovan is gone to the NBA, but in the lobby of the UF basketball practice complex, it is like the iconic coach never left...

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  4. Florida Basketball Players Don't Expect Drop-off Under Mike White

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  5. Izzo Expects Minimal Changes from Potential Switch to 30-Second Shot Clock

    Michigan State coach Tom Izzo has for years been among those publicly advocating for a 30-second shot clock in college basketball...

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  6. MSU Hoops Outside Top 10 in Latest off-Season Rankings

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  7. Why Kansas Star Kelly Oubre Fits for the Thunder at Pick 14 in 2015 NBA Draft

    In spite of a less than stellar season, here are some reasons why Kelly Oubre makes sense for the Thunder at pick 14...

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  8. Cliff Alexander Shows Improvements at Workout

    After one disappointing season at Kansas, forward Cliff Alexander appears to be making the best of his uphill climb toward an NBA career...

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  9. NBA Mock Draft 2015 Roundup: Could Nets Get Syracuse's Chris McCullough?

    The Brooklyn Nets will have a much lower first-rounder than expected with the Atlanta Hawks exercising their right to switch picks thanks to the Joe Johnson trade...

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  10. Former Syracuse Basketball Guard Tyler Ennis Plans Busy Summer Schedule

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  11. Syracuse Basketball's Non-Conference Slate Doesn't Compare to Kentucky's

    It seems that an $8-million-per-year salary, which was the sound-the-trumpets part of John Calipari 's most recent contract extension at Kentucky, inspires a fair amount of conviction...

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  12. Michigan Still in the Mix for Top Canadian Point Guard Jamal Murray

    Michigan's last recruiting foray into Canada provided the program with 2014 Big Ten player of the year Nik Stauskas, a Mississauga native...

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  13. Michigan Basketball Where Are They Now: Manny Harris

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  14. Chin Up: Poythress Healing, Eager to Return

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  15. Briscoe Will Bring Confidence to UK

    Because so much of the spring recruiting season for the Kentucky basketball team focused on who the Wildcats didn't land, UK fans shouldn't lose sight of the high-level recruits the ...

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  16. Sullivan | Calipari Paid for Wins, Not Picks

    If John Calipari 's ultimate goal is to get his players drafted, perhaps his job description is in need of revision...

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  17. Video: D'Angelo Russell Whiffed Horribly While Attempting To Drive A Golf Ball

    Ohio State point guard D'Angelo Russell is a likely top-three pick in next month's NBA Draft. The freshman floor general is incredibly gifted on the basketball court, but his golf game could definitely use some work...

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  18. Will Sixers Use No. 3 Pick to Take D'Angelo Russell?

    "There's been a lot of talk, but you never know what's going to happen. I don't know what they want. I know they need a wing, a guard or whatnot...

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  19. Men's Basketball: Sterling Gibbs Picks UConn over Ohio State

    Ohio State has lost out in the recruiting race for Sterling Gibbs, a guard who visited OSU last week after deciding to transfer from Seton Hall...

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  20. Recruiting Notebook: Derek Funderburk Jr., King James Eye Peach Jam Berth

    Thad Matta scouted Derek Funderburk Jr. well before offering a scholarship and before accepting his commitment. He's still a long way from fulfilling the potential Matta first saw years ago, but Funderburk is on track...

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  21. But Don't Forget Life Before Thad Matta

    By the end of the most recent Ohio State men's basketball season, you could tell Thad Matta was ready for a change...

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  22. UNC Basketball Recruiting: The 2016 Class Homegrown Star Potential

    The state of North Carolina represents the college basketball mecca when you consider the powerhouses located there...

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  23. 2015 NBA Draft: Where Will Winslow End Up?

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  24. 30-second shot clock not an automatic cure-all for college basketball

    In case you missed it, men's college basketball has been indicted and convicted in the court of conventional thinking. Critics don't want to watch teams prevent each other from scoring...

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  25. DeAndre Ayton, Consensus No. 1 in 2017, Wide Open on Schools

    ARDSLEY, N.Y. — At 7-feet, 235 pounds and with a game that resembles a young Kevin Garnett, it's not hard to see why DeAndre Ayton is the consensus No. 1 player in the Class of 2017...

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