1. Aaron Gordon Turned FIBA U19s Into His Own Dunking Mixtape

    Aaron Gordon’s international dunkfest finished on Sunday with his best throw-down of the FIBA U19 World Championships. Do yourself a favor and pause at the 27-second mark to truly appreciate the freakishness of that dunk...

    C.J.  Moore Written by C.J. Moore about almost 2 years ago 10,847 reads 8 comments

  2. 10 NCAA Basketball Transfers Who Will Shine in 2014 After Missing Last Season

    It's time to refresh your memory on the players who either sat out all or most of 2012-13 as transfers. Every year transfers are making an impact throughout college basketball. Fred Hoiberg has rebuilt the Iowa State program through mostly transfers...

    C.J.  Moore Written by C.J. Moore about almost 2 years ago 72,081 reads 42 comments

  3. Jahlil Okafor Living Up to the Hype at U19s for Team USA

    It’s time to prepare for another big man who will dominate basketball for the next 20 years or so without selling a lot of jerseys or racking up a lot of YouTube hits...

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  4. Why Grant Gibbs' Return Ensures Creighton Will Remain an Offensive Juggernaut

    Creighton received great news this week when the NCAA granted Grant Gibbs a sixth year of eligibility . The move makes the Bluejays a legit contender for the Big East title, ...

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  5. NCAA Conference Realignment Quiz: How Much Do You Know About College Sports?

    Welcome to the game that ignores geography and is all about the Benjamins . It's "Who Knows Their Conference Realignment?"! Once upon a time I could rattle off the schools in almost every league...

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  6. Why Boston Celtics Job Is a Win-Win Situation for Brad Stevens

    Per their official website , the Boston Celtics convinced Brad Stevens on Wednesday to leave a comfortable situation at Butler, where he was king and could do no wrong...

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  7. Arizona Basketball: Will Wildcats' Super Sophomores Deliver in 2014?

    The tryouts last month for USA basketball's U19 team provided a glimpse of what the pecking order at Arizona should be this upcoming season. Brandon Ashley, Arizona's sophomore-to-be power forward with so much promise, didn't make the team...

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  8. The Post-NBA Draft Lottery Effect on College Basketball Programs

    UNLV and Indiana had signature moments for their programs last Thursday in the NBA draft . Indiana had two players—Cody Zeller and Victor Oladipo —go in the lottery...

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  9. Kyle Wiltjer Transfer Situation Shows John Calipari, UK Still Ahead of Curve

    The best salesman in college basketball has figured out a new angle to work. John Calipari has convinced Kentucky forward Kyle Wiltjer, who had been given his release to transfer, to consider staying at Kentucky...

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  10. Indiana Basketball: How the 2013 NBA Draft Will Help Hoosiers Recruiting

    The college basketball team that could benefit the most from Thursday night’s NBA draft is Indiana . The Hoosiers already have Cody Zeller and Victor Oladipo to thank for resurrecting the program...

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  11. Will Marcus Smart Regret Not Being a Part of the Weak 2013 NBA Draft Class?

    The best one-and-should-have-been-done NBA prospect spent draft night on Thursday in Prague, Czech Republic. Marcus Smart was beating up on the Ivory Coast at the FIBA U19 World Championships instead of shaking hands with David Stern in Brooklyn...

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  12. Anthony Bennett: Which Position Will No. 1 Pick Play in the NBA?

    The most unpredictable NBA draft ever had a classic tweener who is reportedly 18 pounds overweight and coming off shoulder surgery go No. 1. That sounds about right. This is what we think we know...

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  13. Every College Basketball Contender's 2013-14 All-American Hopeful

    Team success matters when it comes to postseason recognition. In the last two seasons, Doug McDermott (twice) and Trey Burke are the only players to be first-team All-Americans off teams that did not get a top two seed in the NCAA tournament...

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  14. Did the NCAA Finally Get the Block/Charge Rule Right?

    Bravo to the NCAA for realizing that the charge/block call in college basketball needed to be redefined. The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved a change this week to how the charge/block is called...

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  15. Louisville Basketball: Why JaQuan Lyle Is Next Step in Rick Pitino's Master Plan

    Rick Pitino got the third commitment from a 2014 prospect on Tuesday. The player is JaQuan Lyle and he’s a higher-rated recruit than any player that was on Louisville’s championship roster...

    C.J.  Moore Written by C.J. Moore about almost 2 years ago 6,135 reads 7 comments

  16. Michigan Basketball: How Good Does Derrick Walton Need to Be as a Freshman?

    Next season is set to be the year of the freshman. You have Kentucky’s historic class and Andrew Wiggins historic hype and Jabari Parker expected to be a star at Duke. All of those guys have a lot of pressure to be great right away...

    C.J.  Moore Written by C.J. Moore about almost 2 years ago 3,858 reads 11 comments

  17. Breaking Down Kyle Wiltjer's Best Options After Leaving Kentucky

    It's not often a double-digit scorer that was a McDonald's All-American becomes available. So it's no surprise that Kyle Wiltjer already has plenty of suitors, according to a report from ESPN...

    C.J.  Moore Written by C.J. Moore about almost 2 years ago 12,163 reads 15 comments

  18. Kentucky Basketball: Will Young Wildcats Miss Kyle Wiltjer's Experience?

    Kyle Wiltjer made the decision to leave Kentucky on Monday (via ukathletics.com). But, really, head coach John Calipari made it for him in the last year. This is the situation that Calipari has created...

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  19. UNC Basketball: P.J. Hairston Has the Law, NCAA and Perception to Beat

    This is what I remember from the three minutes I spent around P.J. Hairston on the final night of North Carolina's season...

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  20. From Small-Town America to the NBA Draft: The Otto Porter Story

    Morley, Mo. — It’s 2:30 p.m. on a sunny Wednesday in the small hometown of Otto Porter Jr., and the legendary coach who tutored both Porter and his father is asleep in his office...

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  21. Michigan State Has Chance at Greatness If Adreian Payne Embraces Role as Star

    The unproven is what intrigues us in college basketball these days. The top storylines in the fall will be every single movement Andrew Wiggins makes and how John Calipari is going to handle all of his freshmen...

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  22. Big Ten Basketball: Every B1G Team's Greatest NBA Product

    If you could get in a time machine and put all of the best players Big Ten teams have produced throughout the years in their primes, it would be close to the perfect professional team...

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  23. Players Ken Pomeroy Is Going to Love in the 2013-14 College Basketball Season

    Ken Pomeroy does not care about your press clippings, your wingspan or your NBA potential. All college basketball's favorite advanced stats guru cares about is the numbers, and ...

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  24. Kansas Basketball: Midsummer Scrimmage Shows Promise and Question Marks

    Bill Self said he had a talk with Andrew Wiggins the other night, sharing with the young Mr. Wiggins that he's yet to make a basket that means anything. At this point, Wiggins is all hype...

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  25. Kansas Basketball: Andrew Wiggins Proves to Be as Advertised in Unofficial Debut

    Thirteen seconds is how long it took Andrew Wiggins to make jaws drop in a Kansas uniform on Wednesday afternoon...

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