Boston Celtics forward Jae Crowder pulled out all the stops to recruit Kevin Durant in free agency but was more than disappointed when KD chose the Golden State Warriors instead. Speaking from the Basketball Hall of Fame on Thursday,...Show More Summary
Nate Thurmond, a Basketball Hall of Fame inductee considered one of the greatest centers ever to play in the NBA, died on Saturday at age 74, his former team the Golden State Warriors said in a statement.
The Duke men's basketball team's Nov. 12 Hall of Fame Tipoff tournament game against Albany has been canceled due to New York State's opposition to a North Carolina law focused on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. According to ESPN.com, Albany backed out of the game because New York Gov. Show More Summary
Duke was supposed to face off against Albany on November 12 as part of the Hall of Fame Tip-Off tournament, but because of New York's ban on...
Duke men’s basketball rolled out a nearly-complete 2016 non-conference basketball schedule today, with one fairly notable hole. November 12, a Duke home date that serves as part of the Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off, is currently listed...Show More Summary
Inaugural Small College Basketball HOF Class Announced | athleticmanagement.com: Here’s the article from Athletic Management about the Inaugural Small College Basketball Hall of Fame Induction Class.
Moccasin Great, John Ebeling, Named to the Inaugural Class of the Small College Basketball Hall of Fame: Florida Southern’s legend John Ebeling to be inducted into the Small College Basketball Hall of Fame.
Rinka to be inducted into SCB Hall of Fame: Kenyon’s legend John Rinka to be inducted into the Small College Basketball Hall of Fame.
Kentucky State’s Grant, Paducah’s Gaines named to small-college Hall: From the Lexington Herald Leader about the Small College Basketball Hall of Fame…..
Former KSU basketball legend Travis Grant among SCB Hall of Fame Induction Class: Kentucky State’s Travis Grant to be inducted into the Small College Basketball Hall of Fame.
University of Rio Grande News: Rio Grande’s Clarence “Bevo” Francis to be inducted into the Small College Basketball Hall of Fame.
Barnett, McLendon to be Inducted into Small College Basketball Hall of Fame: Tennessee A&I (now Tennessee State) Coach John McLendon and legend Dick Barnett to be inducted into the Small College Basketball Hall of Fame.
Small College Basketball Announces Inaugural Hall of Fame Induction Class: Winston-Salem State’s Coach Clarence “Big House” Gaines and Earl “The Pearl” Monroe to be inducted into the Small College Basketball Hall of Fame.
Small College Basketball Announces Inaugural Hall of Fame Induction Class: From the Victory Sports website….
Small College Basketball Hall of Fame Announces Inaugural Induction Class: GREAT piece by HERO Sports’ Colt Kesselring on the Small College Basketball Hall of Fame Inaugural Class!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 30, 2016 Contact: Tyler Price, Sports Information Director | Small College Basketball 785.594.8495 l email@example.com l 913.645.4111 www.smallcollegebasketball.com SCB Announces Inaugural Hall of Fame Induction Class BALDWIN CITY, Kan. Show More Summary
Tomorrow, Thursday, June 30, Small College Basketball will announce the 15-member Inaugural Hall of Fame Induction Class! Huge announcement! Stay tuned……and check it out tomorrow! It’s a very exciting time for Small College Basketball.
Pat Summitt, the winningest coach in Division I college basketball history, died Tuesday morning after a long battle with dementia. She was 64 years old. A Hall of Fame member and a pioneer of women’s basketball, Summitt coached theShow More Summary
Pat Summitt’s family is asking for prayers after reports surfaced the Hall of Fame basketball coach had moved into hospice care and was facing “serious health concerns.” Read more...
It looks like Allen Iverson’s upcoming Basketball Hall of Fame induction may have a significant sports media component. According to Philadelphia sports radio station 97.5 The Fanatic, one of the people Iverson asked to present him is none other than ESPN’s Stephen A. Show More Summary