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Players Who Can Carry Middling CBB Teams to the 2016 NCAA Tournament

This is all about the programs that need to step it up this year. There are 68 bids to the NCAA tournament. So one of out every five Division I schools makes it to the March showcase every season. Yet it always seems like there are some...Show More Summary

R.J. Hunter Wants to Show the NBA World He Can Be More Than Just a Shooter

LAS VEGAS — The basketball world got its first glimpse of R.J. Hunter last March, when the 6'1'' shooting guard buried a game-winning three-pointer to help Georgia State upset Baylor in the first round of the 2015 NCAA tournament. It...Show More Summary

Duke PG Quinn Cook Still Can’t Believe The Blue Devils Won The National Title

It has been more than three months since Duke captured the 2015 NCAA Tournament championship, but the accomplishment still hasn’t sunken in for guard Quinn Cook.  Cook, who has graduated and is eyeing a pro career, tweeted this earlier this afternoon.  We really won the National Championship this year. Show More Summary

Mike Brey Believes ACC Can Get Eight Teams to NCAA Tournament

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By JOSH NEWMAN Last season, the ACC sent six teams to the NCAA Tournament, five of which went to the Sweet 16 before Duke won the national championship. The six teams’ combined NCAA Tournament winning percentage of.773 was tops among all conferences last season. With that to follow up on, at least one ACC […]

Oklahoma Basketball: 4-Star Shooting Guard Kameron McGusty Announces Commitment To Sooners

Lon Kruger has turned Oklahoma into an NCAA Tournament regular, and today, his Sooners landed one of the nation’s best scoring guards. Four-star shooting guard Kameron McGusty, the No. 7 two guard in the class of 2016, announced his pledge to the Sooners on Twitter. Truly blessed to say I have committed to the University of Oklahoma.. Show More Summary

New NCAA Tournament selection process changes ignore big dance's biggest problem

The NCAA has announced a pair of positive changes to how its selection process for the men's basketball tournament will take place from this season on, but they're changes that shouldn't need to be made in the first place. On Monday,...Show More Summary

Sean Grande looking forward to new challenge with Bellator MMA

Sean Grande is a man mainly known for calling traditional sports. He’s the radio voice of the Boston Celtics, has filled in as a Boston Red Sox radio commentator, and is also the radio voice of the Frozen Four NCAA hockey tournament....Show More Summary

Players from Kentucky, Oregon, Gonzaga and Dayton trying out for Canadian national team

Four players from 2015 NCAA tournament programs are trying out for the Canadian national team.

2016 NCAA Tournament Bracket: Super Early Projection for Field of 68

It may be July, but true college basketball fans always have March on the brain. For the first time in quite a while, the state of college basketball's offseason is stable enough for an updated projection of the 2016 NCAA tournament field. The deadline for early entrants to the NBA draft has long since passed. Show More Summary

Oregon releases non-conference schedule that includes four NCAA tournament teams

Oregon still has a date to fill (December 29), which the school expects to be filled by an in-state opponent.

Ranking the 10 New CBB Coaches Most Likely to Make the 2016 NCAA Tournament

Recently hired college basketball coaches have a very limited amount of time to reach the NCAA tournament before their seats start getting hot, but there are quite a few 2015 offseason hires who could be dancing in the first season with their new programs. Last year, this piece was a big fat bust. Show More Summary

Celtics' Stevens finally gets shot to coach NCAA hero Hunter

Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens knew all about R.J. Hunter long before Hunter hit one of the biggest shots of last season's NCAA Tournament.

2015 NBA Draft picks: Boston Celitcs select R.J. Hunter

He was taken No. 28 overall. Georgia State guard R.J. Hunter has been selected by the Boston Celtics with the 28th pick in the 2015 NBA Draft. Hunter became a household name in the 2015 NCAA Tournament by leading the Panthers to a come-from-behind...Show More Summary

Justise Winslow to Heat: Twitter Reacts as SF Is Selected in 2015 NBA Draft

Justise Winslow helped Duke to a national championship this past season, and his stellar play in the NCAA tournament gave him the means to leave school for the 2015 NBA draft after just one year. Although he fell further in the first...Show More Summary

Iowa State reveals 2015-16 non-conference schedule

Just months after falling to the UAB Blazers in the Round of 64 in the NCAA Tournament in a shocker nobody saw coming, the Iowa State Cyclones are preparing to start again. On Tuesday, the team announced their non-conference schedule...Show More Summary

Jahlil Okafor's Massive Hands Make a Baseball Look as Small as a Golf Ball

In case it wasn't clear before, former Duke star Jahlil Okafor has some massive hands. Okafor's hands were a hot topic during the 2015 NCAA tournament when a picture of him palming a basketball with ease went viral. That picture has now been outdone. Show More Summary

SMU to play in the 2015 Las Vegas Classic

The Southern Methodist University Mustangs had a historic season in 2014-15. The team made it to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in more than twenty years while winning the AAC Tournament championship last year. The Mustangs announced...Show More Summary

Ranking the Most Memorable NCAA Tournament Games of the Past Decade

Caught up in the madness of March, we far too frequently label NCAA tournament games as "one of the best of the past decade" without ever actually considering which games belong where on that list. Mired in the doldrums of the offseason,...Show More Summary

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