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Villanova Basketball Recruiting: Would Briscoe or Brunson Suit Wildcats Best?

Over the past week, the Villanova Wildcats were handed a few blows in the recruiting department, as Donovan Mitchell and Bryant Crawford removed the program from the list of their prospective schools. Mitchell, who saw his stock rise...Show More Summary

Ranking the Top 10 3-Point Shooters in College Basketball History

The three-point shot is the great equalizer in college basketball. Like the forward pass in football, the addition of the three-point line was once considered a gimmick. It wasn't until the start of the 1986-87 season that it was nationally...Show More Summary

Growing Together

The USF Dons are poised to make a run for the West Coast Conference title. The post Growing Together appeared first on SLAMonline.

Arizona Wildcats Reveal Sharp New Basketball Uniforms

The Arizona Wildcats are going to have quite a few new uniforms to choose from when they take the court this upcoming season. Nike has hooked the Wildcats up with five new sets of uniforms. The two white uniforms will be used at home, and the blue uniform and the red uniform will be worn on the road. Show More Summary

Preseason NCAA Basketball Rankings 2014-15: B/R Experts' Updated Top 25 Poll

Emmanuel Mudiay’s decision to turn pro, the dismissal of three Oregon players and the addition of key transfers and late signees at a handful of schools has caused a few changes in the Bleacher Report Preseason Top 25. This ranking will...Show More Summary

Kentucky Basketball: The 5 Most Underrated Wildcats in the Past Decade

When fans think of Kentucky basketball during the last decade, big names like Anthony Davis, John Wall, DeMarcus Cousins and Brandon Knight come to mind. Thoughts of Final Four runs and a national title bring those big names to the forefront. However,...Show More Summary

Kentucky Basketball 2014: Early Impressions of Every Player on the Roster

Kentucky basketball? In August? It's like Christmas in August! With the Wildcats playing six exhibition games in the Bahamas this year, we have the unusual pleasure of checking out the team far more in advance of the season than we're used to. Show More Summary

CBB Players Returning from Injury Who Will Have Biggest Impact in 2014-15

Key players returning from injury are every bit as crucial to the 2014-15 college basketball season as the incoming freshmen and transfers we love to discuss so much. Injuries are an unfortunate, unavoidable part of college basketball. Show More Summary

Ohio State Basketball: Biggest Takeaways from Buckeyes' Bahamas Trip

As far as preseason business trips go, the Ohio State basketball team couldn’t have picked a better location than the Bahamas. The Buckeyes took advantage of an NCAA rule that allows college basketball squads to take an international trip once every four years. Show More Summary

Kentucky Basketball: Biggest Takeaways from Wildcats' Routs of Puerto Rico

Kentucky basketball opened its preseason Bahamas trip by demolishing Puerto Rico, 74-49, on Sunday, then doubled down on Tuesday with a 93-57 win. The losing side was fielding the reserves from its national team, but the decisiveness...Show More Summary

Individual Matchups We Can't Wait to See in 2014-15 College Basketball Season

College basketball is not like the movies where the sequel invariably pales in comparison to the original. Thanks to the lessons that players learn from film, the rematch of any great game has the potential to be even better. The same...Show More Summary

5'11" College Hoops Player Keifer Sykes Tosses His Own Alley-Oop, Windmills It

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay senior guard Keifer Sykes is only 5'11", but the man has hops. At the CP3 Elite Guard Camp, Sykes tossed an alley-oop to himself from beyond the three-point line, then caught the ball and windmilled it before ever letting it touch the ground. Show More Summary


Time for a little College Hoops 101: The Windy City Edition. The post Schooled appeared first on SLAMonline.

Fordham Basketball Announces 2014-15 Nonconference Schedule

Fordham released its nonconference schedule for the 2014-15 season on Monday. To create some buzz, the school announced over the weekend that it would reveal one opponent every five minutes via its Twitte r and Facebook pages: Fordham...Show More Summary


Think Chicago basketball is all prep stars and the Bulls, with nothing in between? Time for a little College Hoops 101: The Windy City Edition. The post Schooled appeared first on SLAMonline.

Michigan State Basketball Recruiting: Best-Case Scenarios for MSU's 2015 Class

With Kenny Kaminski released from the team, the once-limited remaining potential for Tom Izzo's 2015 class has expanded. Now, there are two scholarships available for the prospects within Izzo's sights. The more scholarship space, the...Show More Summary

Michigan Basketball: The 5 Most Underrated Wolverines in the Past Decade

The Michigan basketball program has had some fantastic players pass through its doors in the past decade, but sometimes we still often overlook certain Wolverines. Sure, you're familiar with the names Trey Burke, Nik Stauskas, Tim Hardaway...Show More Summary

3 Key Themes of Social Media Chatter from Kentucky Basketball's Win in Bahamas

It's not March Madness, but Kentucky basketball treated us to the college hoops version of Christmas in July August today. With ESPNU's cameras rolling, Big Blue Nation throttled Champagne Chalons -Reims 81-58. A slow start precededShow More Summary

UNC Basketball: Expectations and Goals For 2014 Preseason Bahamas Trip

There will be no live broadcasts on a major sports channel, no fancy, special uniforms and certainly not much fanfare outside of local circles. But even still, North Carolina's brief upcoming trip to the Bahamas for some exhibition basketball...Show More Summary

Reddit Survey Shows Which College Basketball Teams Are Most Hated in Each State

It's probably easy to guess which college basketball programs are the most hated around the United States, but thanks to one Redditor, we are able to get a better idea of which teams are the most hated based on a state-by-state breakdown. We...Show More Summary

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