The Minnesota Timberwolves have firmed up a timeline for the long-planned renovation of Target Center.
The SEC is a football-first conference, but the basketball side of things is on a definitive upswing.
The Utah Jazz announced today that the team has waived forwards Jack Cooley and JJ O’Brien. Following the moves, Utah’s roster now stands at 18 players. Cooley (6-9, 260, Notre Dame) appeared in two preseason games for Utah, averaging 1.5 rebounds in 3.3 minutes of action. He saw action in 16 games for the Jazz [...]
Here is the Sporting News NAIA Division I Preseason Top 10 1. Pikeville 2. LSU-Alexandria 3. Georgetown 4. Southwestern Assemblies of God 5. William Carey 6. Columbia 7. Hope International 8. Campbellsville 9. Montana Western 10. Talladega
Practice is underway in preparation for the 2015-16 college basketball season, which is set to begin in a little more than a month. If you're not itching for the action to get going, you will be soon enough. To help get ready for the year ahead, we've put together a short list of the players you will need to track throughout the season. Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors are aware of those who have thrown shade at their championship triumph last season, and center Andrew Bogut says they’ll use it as motivation in their The post Andrew Bogut Says Championship Ring is ‘Fitted for My Middle Finger’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
These will be updated throughout the year.
Louisville's Pitino remains defiant on escort allegations, says: 'We will get through this'
NBA coaches, for the most part, have little choice but to tip-toe around their superstars’ blunders. Carmelo Anthony has asked Derek Fisher and his staff to criticize him in front The post Carmelo Anthony Challenged Knicks Coaches to Call Him Out for Bad Defense appeared first on SLAMonline.
St. John’s continues to push ahead for what could be a gigantic 2016 recruiting class. The Johnnies have already landed Brooklyn (N.Y.) Thomas Jefferson guard Shamorie Ponds and remain strongly in the mix for Hutchinson (KS) Community College wing Bashir Ahmed. This week they will continue their pursuit of Thon Maker and Rawle Alkins. St. John’s […]
Udoka Azubuike will take an official visit to North Carolina Oct. 23-25, his brother Harry Coxsome confirmed to SNY.tv. Azubuike was at Florida State this past weekend when the football team beat Miami, 29-24. He also recently took an official visit to N.C. State and was joined by Dennis Smith Jr., who has already committed to the Wolfpack for 2016, […]
If John Wall continues to commit an average 3.8 turnovers per game like he did in the 2014-15 season, he'll have to pay for it—literally. The Washington Wizards point guard will reportedly fork over $100 to assistant coach Howard Eisley...Show More Summary
Here are the Watch Lists for various college basketball awards, including the Bob Cousy Award (given to the nation’s top point guard), the Jerry West Award (top shooting guard), Julius Erving Award (top small forward) and Karl Malone (top power forward). Lists: Courtesy ESPN Comment
At least one former Louisville player has come out to aggressively deny Katina Powell’s allegations — and in a big way. Terrence Williams says he never paid for sex while at Louisville, despite allegations in Powell’s book — “Breaking Cardinal Rules” — that he paid $500 for sex with two women. “I am not a […]
Ben Simmons of LSU, the nation's top incoming recruit, is among the headliners on the 2015-16 Julius Erving Award preseason watch list. Alex Poythress and Nigel Hayes are also early contenders in the wide-open race to be named college...Show More Summary
Preseason college basketball awards watch lists are all the rage with one month to go before the regular season starts. Per ESPN.com's Jeff Borzello, the names of the 20 players on the Karl Malone Award watch list, given to the nation's...Show More Summary
Preseason watch lists for positional awards announced
Roundball chatter: Richmond joins Mullin's staff at St. John's
It's Boogie's time to enter the MVP conversation. The post SLAM Top 50: DeMarcus Cousins, no. 9 appeared first on SLAMonline.
Seventh Woods, the 6-foot-2 point guard from the Columbia (S.C.) Hammond School, could make his decision in the next couple of days. “We will know in a day or two,” his high school coach, Mark McClam, told The State. Woods is down to Georgetown, North Carolina and South Carolina, and is coming off an official visit to South Carolina this […]