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Report: Michigan Guard Caris LeVert Will Return for Senior Season

Report: Michigan Guard Caris LeVert Will Return for Senior Season

After suffering a season ended foot injury, the Michigan Guard has decided to come back to Ann Arbor Michigan to play his senior season. ” After considering my options, I am excited to announce I will return for my senior year. Coming back allows me to keep working towards my Michigan degree and take the [...]

April 22, 2015 admin NCAA 0

2015 NBA Draft: 10 Players With The Most Potential To Be An NBA All Star

2015 NBA Draft: 10 Players With The Most Potential To Be An NBA All Star

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April 14, 2015 allenmoll Lists, NBA Draft, NCAA 0

Watch: Final Four MOP Tyus Jones, Kevin Garnett Throw Out First Pitch At Twins Game

Watch: Final Four MOP Tyus Jones, Kevin Garnett Throw Out First Pitch At Twins Game

Duke freshman phenom Tyus Jones, fresh off helping Duke University win their 5th NCAA Title, is in the midst of making a life altering decision of whether to go pro or return to the Blue Devils for his sophomore season. Jones had 23 points and 5 rebounds in the collegiate Final against Wisconsin but is [...]

April 14, 2015 allenmoll NCAA 0

Duke freshman Jahlil Okafor declares for NBA Draft

Duke freshman Jahlil Okafor declares for NBA Draft

After successfully leading Duke to a National Championship, Jahlil Okafor now sets his eyes upon playing in the biggest stage of basketball—the NBA. Duke University announced on Thursday in a release that Okafor has declared to enter this year’s NBA Draft. From the official release: “As early as I can remember, I’ve fantasized and dreamed [...]

April 10, 2015 Benjamin Felix Santos NCAA 0

Billy Donovan Rumored to be Looking at NBA Gig

Billy Donovan Rumored to be Looking at NBA Gig

NBA franchises have seldom entered the college coaching ranks in search of a new leader for their team. In fact, the latest trend is former players who have no experience roaming the sideline. The Boston Celtics are an exception, having snatched Brad Stevens away from mid-major powerhouse Butler University two years ago, but that’s about [...]

April 2, 2015 David Kenyon Blogs, David Kenyon, NCAA 0

Report: Kansas Freshman Kelly Oubre To Enter NBA Draft

Report: Kansas Freshman Kelly Oubre To Enter NBA Draft

After starting 27 games for the Kansas Jayahwks, Freshman Kelly Oubre is expected to enter the NBA Draft according to his coach Bill Self. “I’m leaving the University of Kansas for the upcoming NBA Draft,” Oubre said. “It’s always been a dream to play in the NBA. This is an opportunity to play against the [...]

April 1, 2015 admin NCAA 0

Report: Louisville’s Montrezl Harrell and Terry Rozier Declaring For NBA Draft

Report: Louisville’s Montrezl Harrell and Terry Rozier Declaring For NBA Draft

Just a couple of days after Louisville’s 76-70 loss to Michigan State, junior Montrezl Harrel and sophomore Terry Rozier reported they would be leaving the Cardinals to enter the NBA Draft. Harrell, a preseason All-American and exceptionally talented athletic forward, had averages of 15.1 points and 9.2 rebounds this season for the Cardinals, while Rozier [...]

March 31, 2015 admin NBA Draft, NCAA 0

12 Best Teams That Didn’t Win The NCAA Title

12 Best Teams That Didn’t Win The NCAA Title

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March 30, 2015 allenmoll Lists, NCAA 0

The Monetary Mayhem Of March Madness [Infographic]

The Monetary Mayhem Of March Madness [Infographic]

The maddest thing about March Madness isn’t the basketball — it’s the cash. The sheer amount of money about to circulate between networks, advertisers, and universities is so shocking the only way to truly appreciate it is visually. Where is all that money coming from, and where is it all going? Brace yourself. You may [...]

March 24, 2015 Anklesnap NCAA 0

Is Iowa State’s Fred Hoiberg a Better Fit for Bulls than Coach Thibs?

Is Iowa State’s Fred Hoiberg a Better Fit for Bulls than Coach Thibs?

These Tom Thidodeau rumors just won’t die. It’s incredibly odd that they exist at all. Thibodeau is by no means a perfect coach, but the Chicago Bulls seem utterly unhappy with him, even after he’s led them to recurring playoff berths despite a host of injuries to key players over the last four seasons. He’s [...]

March 23, 2015 dfavale Dan Favale, NCAA 0