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Post player transfers to Arkansas basketball team

Arkansas basketball announces transfer of post player from Kennesaw State        

Chris Obekpa Visiting Minnesota, Considering Others

3 days agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Transferring St. John’s big man Chris Obekpa is visiting Minnesota from Thursday-Saturday and is considering several other schools as well, sources told The 6-foot-9 Obekpa is also considering N.C. State, Oregon, Arizona State and Alabama, sources told He will have to sit out the 2015-16 season, per NCAA transfer rules. The Minnesota visit was previously […]

Iowa State's Cooke finds bright side of hip surgeries

Hallice Cooke working his way back from hip injuries        

Cal Loses Davon Dillard to Oklahoma State; Tyson Jolly Will Prep

3 days agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Cal’s once vaunted 2015 recruiting class has taken a bit of a hit. Davon Dillard, a 6-foot-5 shooting guard from Centereach (N.Y.) Our Savior New American, flipped to Oklahoma State from Cal, according to a report from “He had a change of heart,” coach Eric Jaklitsch told the site. “He’s going to be a real nice player […]

Bill Self Drains Shot in Front of Crowd

Since 2003, Kansas head coach Bill Self has been consistently producing championship caliber teams and players. And though he may be 52 years old,...

Kassoum Yakwe Wins Nike EYBL Defensive Player of the Year Award, Targeting Summer Decision on Next Step

3 days agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Kassoum Yakwe has been named the the Nike EYBL Defensive Player of the Year and is targeting a July decision on his future plans. The 6-foot-7, 205-pound forward from the PSA Cardinals and Our Savior New American averaged 3.1 blocks and 6.3 rebounds per game en route to the award. He is the second straight player from the PSA […]

Kentucky Basketball: Each Projected Starter's Top Priority in 2015-16

Now that we finally know what the Kentucky Wildcats' starting lineup will look like during the 2015-16 season following the commitment of Jamal Murray, it is time to start assigning roles and goals to the five players. Each of the five...Show More Summary

Former NDSU hoops standout Alexander going pro in Germany

Former North Dakota State University basketball standout Alexander going pro in Germany        

Offseason storylines: Is Troy Williams in line for another leap?

Welcome to offseason storylines, a look into some of the biggest storylines surrounding the 2015-2016 Indiana Hoosiers. First up, a detailed look at rising junior Troy Williams — his game, his numbers, his future and the possibilityShow More Summary

Michigan State Basketball: Izzo’s journey to greatness

The year is 1995, Tom Izzo becomes the 16th coach in Michigan State basketball history. He is now the longest tenured coach in the Big Ten and has the most wins as a Michigan State basketball coach. But, what is it that has allowed for...Show More Summary

Could This Be Jim Boeheim’s Last Year At Syracuse?

Now that it is officially official and Mike Hopkins will be the next head coach at SU, maybe Coach Boeheim’s time will come to an end sooner than expected. Of course, Boeheim says he “intends” to retire in 3 years, based on the announcement...Show More Summary

Does Sam Dekker want Bo Ryan to be his roommate?

Following last week’s gardening shenanigans, we thought that perhaps Sam Dekker was just getting in touch with his roots by returning to Sheboygan following the NBA Draft. But the sky-scraping forward is apparently in no hurry to cut ties with his alma mater, the University of Wisconsin. Show More Summary

Kansas freshman Carlton Bragg injured on South Korea trip

It didn’t take long for an injury to occur during practice for the World University Games. In a statement from Kansas Jayhawks head coach Bill Self, it was revealed that incoming freshman Carlton Bragg suffered a badly broken nose during a session at Gwangju High School in South Korea. “Hopefully he won’t miss very much. Show More Summary

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