1. Manhattan-Hofstra: Jaspers Return to Reality With Second Straight Loss

    The Manhattan-Hofstra games over the last two seasons came down to the wire and this year's match was not different. After blowing an early second half nine point lead, the Jaspers trailed Hofstra 61-54 with 2:30 remaining...

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  2. Loyola Holds Curry Scoreless but Loses by 30

    Jimmy Patsos is far from the conventional college basketball coach. The combination of standing 6'3" and having a booming voice makes Patsos intimidating to his players, opponents, referees, and fans...

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  3. Seth Curry, the Brother of Stephen: Is the Better Curry Just a Freshman?

    Birthplace: Charlotte, North Carolina Father: Dell Curry Mother: Sonya Curry College experience: Freshman Wait, isn't Stephen Curry a junior? Yes, yes he is, but his younger brother, Seth, is a freshman at Liberty University...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about over 6 years ago 45,316 reads 10 comments

  4. Around the MAAC: Jaspers, Saints Undefeated; Iona Nearly Upsets Wisconsin

    After a disappointing opening weekend, the MAAC rebounded to win 12 of their 23 games in the first full week of play. Only one game over .500 for the week is not too impressive, but a couple of MAAC teams were heavy underdogs at least once this week...

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  5. Manhattan-Fordham: Jaspers Down Rams In 101st Battle of The Bronx

    Recap Manhattan College and Fordham square off in the Battle of the Bronx nearly every season. Heading into last night's game, the Jaspers held a 51-49 record against the Rams...

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  6. A Blatant Attack Against Duke "Fans": Why Do You Don Duke Blue?

    Last night, I attended the consolation and championship games of the 2k Sports Classic Benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer Tournament...

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  7. New Yuck Knicks: Free Up Space for POSSIBLE Signing of LeBron? What About Now?

    Yes, LeBron James would give an entire new look to the Knicks. The only problem is this: If Donnie Walsh is even able to sign the King, it won't be until 2010...

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  8. An Apology to Creighton: You Deserved to Be Near the Top of My Mid-Major Poll

    Towards the end of October, I published my preseason Mid-Major Top 25. While I was researching teams, one of the major factors that weighed in on the ranks was where conference coaches picked teams to finish in their league...

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  9. Manhattan-Morgan State: Jaspers Look Good in Home Opener Victory

    The Manhattan College Jaspers defeated the MEAC favorite Morgan State Bears at Draddy Gymnasium on Wednesday night. Devon Austin scored the first five points of the game for the Jaspers, but Morgan State followed with a 13-0 run...

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  10. Around the MAAC: Opening Weekend a Failure for Most of the Conference

    The MAAC's hyped Siena Saints have not played their first game yet, and won't until tomorrow night, but every other MAAC team has played...

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  11. Chavis and Travis Holmes Lead VMI's Fast-Pace Offense: Who Are They, You Ask?

    Virginia Military Institute's Duggar Baucom instituted a fast-paced scoring offensive system when he was hired as head coach in 2005...

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  12. Vermont's Marqus Blakely: You'll Want To Know Who He Is

    The America East Conference is a small conference centered around the New York-New England area. Vermont's upset of Syracuse in the 2005 NCAA Tournament is what the America East is best known for...

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  13. Manhattan College Jaspers Start Season With a Win Over N.J.I.T

    Barry Rohrssen's Manhattan College Jaspers traveled to Newark, New Jersey earlier today to open their 2008-09 season against the N.J.I.T Highlanders...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about over 6 years ago 237 reads 4 comments

  14. UCLA Nearly Falls to Miami (Ohio), But Bruins Fans Shouldn't Be Too Concerned

    Pauley Pavilion went silent as Kenny Hayes of Miami (Ohio) launched a three-point shot with 10 seconds remaining in a game that saw a heavily favored UCLA squad leading the Redhawks, 62-59...

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  15. Previewing the 2K Sports Classic Benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer

    The 2K Sports Classic benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer tournament tips off the 2008-09 college basketball season at four o'clock. Since its inception in 1995, the tournament has changed dramatically...

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  16. Virginia Commonwealth Rams: The Mid-Major Team That Is Deepest Under The Radar

    You've all heard about Davidson. You've all heard about Saint Mary's. You've all heard about Siena. These are three mid-major schools who made some noise in the 2007-08 season, and pose threats to the power teams in their 2008-09 schedules...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about over 6 years ago 616 reads 1 comments

  17. Jason Thompson Is Making an Immediate Impact For The Kings

    On June 26, when David Stern announced that the Sacramento Kings selected Jason Thompson with the 12th overall pick in the 2008 NBA Draft, most NBA fans felt their jaws hit the floor...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about over 6 years ago 264 reads 1 comments

  18. Allen Iverson for Chauncey Billups and McDyess: Analyzing the NBA's Latest Trade

    Earlier today, the Denver Nuggets swapped Allen Iverson for Detroit's Chauncey Billups, Antonio McDyess, and Cheikh Samb. Denver has lacked a good true point guard for years now...

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  19. Which Colleges Produce the Most NBA Players?

    One hundred and seventeen Division I colleges are currently represented in the NBA by their former players. Thirty-seven of these schools have three or more players in the NBA...

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  20. Xavier Musketeers Still Atop The Atlantic-10

    Josh Duncan, Drew Lavender, and Stanley Burrell have all departed, but Sean Miller's Musketeers still have the keys to success. Junior forward Derrick Brown was honored with First Team All-A10 Honors, and senior forward C...

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  21. Welcome to Reality, New York Knicks: Overhyped Knicks Fall to Philly

    Knicks fans were ecstatic when they saw their new (and improved?) team lead the Heat by 19 points in the fourth quarter...

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  22. College Basketball Preseason Poll: Mid-Major Top 25

    ESPN posted its National Top 25 poll earlier today, but the Mid-Major Poll generally does not appear until the season has tipped off. Here are the 25 best mid-major teams that I think you will hear of before March...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about over 6 years ago 3,933 reads 13 comments

  23. New Orleans Hornets Waive Jared Jordan, Miss Out on Improving at the Point

    Last Wednesday, the New Olreans Hornets decided to waive former Marist College star Jared Jordan. Sure, Jordan is a point guard, and Chris Paul is the Hornets' floor general—but the Hornets don't have a reliable backup...

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  24. Enough With Stephen Curry: Meet Lester Hudson

    Don't let the headline mislead you: Stephen Curry is one of the finest college basketball players in the country. We all know what he has accomplished in his two seasons at Davidson, yet articles ...

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  25. Around The MAAC: Preseason All-MAAC Honors

    Despite the departure of Jason Thompson, the MAAC has a load of talent. I found twenty players who have the potential to earn All-MAAC honors, and made an attempt to narrow the field down to fifteen...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about over 6 years ago 412 reads 4 comments