The 2016 Puerto Rico Tip-Off Tournament is changing locations because of concerns over the Zika virus.
This year's Puerto Rico Tipoff will move to Orlando due to concerns about the Zika virus
Source: Stricklin to replace Foley as Florida AD
John Wooden will forever be associated with the UCLA program for what he did while coaching there. 10 national titles in 12 years, including seven in a row. Not bad, right? What some people may forget is that before he got into coaching, Wooden was one of the best basketball players in the world. He […]
Former Indiana All-American Victor Oladipo is entering his fourth season in the NBA and his first as a member of the Oklahoma City following a trade over the summer. Oladipo addressed the media in a press conference at the organization’s... The...Show More Summary
North Carolina picked up their third commitment in the Class of 2017 on Monday in big man Brandon Huffman. A four-star prospect who will play his final season of high school ball at Word of God Academy in North Carolina, Huffman’s strength at this point in his development is as a defensive presence around the […]
VCU landed their third commitment in the Class of 2017 over the weekend, as 6-foot-8 forward Sean Mobley announced that he will play his college ball for the Rams. A three-star prospect, Mobley is a nice program piece for the Rams. He’s not an overpowering athlete or a menace on the low block, but he […]
There are some terrific matchups early on this season.
Bryce Drew reached up into Virginia to land a commitment from Ejike Obinna this weekend. Obinna is a top 100 big man originally from Nigeria. At 6-foot-9, he’s one of the better rebounders in the Class of 2017 and should have an immediate impact on the glass for the Commodores. Drew beat out Florida, Texas A&M, […]
Butler landed the commitment of top 100 small forward Christian David over the weekend. “I am excited and proud to announce my commitment to Butler University,” David posted on twitter on Saturday night. David is a well-rounded perimeter player. At 6-foot-6, he has the size and athleticism to finish and the rim and overpower smaller […]
We've reached the point of college basketball's ridiculously long offseason that we're starting to hallucinate. It's been so long since games were played it's hard to remember who's graduated or turned pro and who's coming back, not to mention if any of them have changed teams thanks to transfer loopholes. Show More Summary
The additions of Udoka Azubuike and Dwight Coleby, combined with the return of Landen Lucas and Carlton Bragg, will ensure that the Jayhawks’ front-court will be slightly bigger than it was last year. Though the... The post Kansas will be bigger, but what will that mean? appeared first on Rock Chalk Blog.
Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott has no issue with players protesting during the national anthem long as it's done in a respectful way.
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My mind has been going about several players that were fantastic this past season, yet were often overlooked nationally for various reasons. Certainly, there are many, many players that fit this category, but here are some that deserve some attention, nationally. Show More Summary
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For much of Bill Self’s tenure in Lawrence freshman have played key roles every year. From Cole Aldrich to Marcus Morris, to Andrew Wiggins and Kelly Oubre Jr. there has always been players making names for themselves in their first year on campus. Show More Summary
Illinois point guards and injuries have been an unfortunate trend over the past two seasons with Tracy Abrams, who missed the past two seasons with a torn ACL followed by a torn Achilles the next year. On Sunday, Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports reported some good news for an incoming Fighting Illini floor general. Te’Jon Lucas, […]
Xavier added a fourth piece to its 2017 recruiting class on Sunday morning. Kentravious Jones, a 6-foot-11, three-star recruit, committed to the Musketeers. He announced the decision via Twitter. Excited to officially announce my commitment...Show More Summary
Noah Togiai’s promising sophomore campaign has come to an abrupt halt. Beavers H-Back Noah Togiai is out for the season according to Oregon State beat writer, Danny Moran. Per an OSU spokesman, Noah Togiai (knee) is done for the year.—...Show More Summary