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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

Predicting Which Veteran Coaches Will Make Their NCAA Tournament Debuts in 2016

While legendary coaches like Mike Krzyzewski, Tom Izzo, Bill Self, Bo Ryan and Mark Few are looking to extend their already ridiculous streaks of consecutive NCAA tournament appearances, the opposite end of the spectrum contains a litany...Show More Summary

Seth Towns to Harvard: Crimson Land 4-Star Forward Prospect

Head coach Tommy Amaker has done extremely well to turn the Harvard Crimson into NCAA men's basketball tournament mainstays. Part of the reason for the school's success is Amaker's ability to recruit talented high schoolers like Seth...Show More Summary

Sir’Dominic Pointer Reflects on Steve Lavin, Needs to Improve Shooting Ahead of NBA Draft

2 weeks agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

By JOSH NEWMAN EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Sir’Dominic Pointer finished his St. John’s career with a flourish, winning the Haggerty Award and helping the Johnnies to their first NCAA Tournament since 2011. Little did Pointer know that former head coach Steve Lavin would follow him out the door. “I didn’t think it was gonna happen, but […]

Predicting the Top Mid-Major Stars for the 2015-16 College Basketball Season

With more than 350 teams playing college basketball at the Division I level, plenty of standout athletes manage to excel in relative anonymity. It's not until potentially making a splash in the NCAA tournament, or possibly early in the...Show More Summary

With Conference Affiliation in Hand, NJIT Can Now Dream of NCAA Tournament

2 weeks agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Before Thursday, there were three days that stood out as especially memorable in the life of Jim Engles. “No. 1, getting married to my wife, No. 2 and 3 were having my two daughters,” the NJIT men’s basketball coach said by phone on Friday morning. And now there’s a Day No. 4. “Getting into a conference,” […]

UCLA Basketball: A return to glory isn’t on the horizon

Ever since UCLA made it to its third straight Final Four back in 2008, there has been a steady decline in the program’s fortunes. Ben Howland’s four subsequent seasons resulted in two missed NCAA tournament bids and numerous allegations which prompted harsh criticism of Coach Howland’s regime. Show More Summary

NCAA Tournament Regulars in Danger of Missing the Big Dance in 2016

Wisconsin has been to two consecutive Final Fours and 17 straight NCAA tournaments, but the Badgers are one of 10 tournament regulars in danger of missing the Big Dance in 2016. Last year, we were nearly overrun with tournament regulars watching from home. Show More Summary

Former NCAA and NBA Players Playing for $1 Million in “The Basketball Tournament

Want to build a basketball team and compete in a basketball tournament with a first prize of $1,000,000? Well, thanks to a basketball tournament called (cleverly enough) “The Basketball Tournament,” you can. Applications are free and anyone 18 or older (willing to forgo their amateur status) can sign up. Teams can have 7-12 players plus […]

NCAA Baseball Tournament 2015 scores and bracket: TCU outlasts Texas A&M in 16 innings for final Omaha spot

It took over six hours, but the Frogs finally booked the final ticket to the College World Series, joining Vanderbilt and Cal State Fullerton. What a way for the super regional round to end. Six hours and three minutes after the first...Show More Summary

Dan Hurley Would Welcome NCAA Tournament Game Against Bobby

3 weeks agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

By JOSH NEWMAN St. Anthony Hall of Fame head coach Bob Hurley famously said he would never schedule a game against St. Benedict’s Prep when his son, Dan Hurley, was the head coach, because his wife, Chris, wouldn’t allow it. Pretty much in tune with that thinking, don’t expect Dan, now the head coach at […]

NCAA Baseball Tournament 2015 scores and bracket: LSU, Arkansas move on to Omaha

LSU and Arkansas became the latest teams to punch their tickets to Omaha, both closing out their best-of-three series Sunday. When Alex Bregman stepped to the plate in the eighth inning of a 1-0 game against Louisiana-Lafayette -- most likely his last at-bat in Alex Box Stadium -- he hadn't managed a hit in his last 14 trips to the dish. Show More Summary

NCAA Baseball Tournament 2015 scores and bracket: LSU walks off with 9th-inning homer against Louisiana-Lafayette

A Saturday of super regional baseball ended with a wild ninth inning in Baton Rouge. The ULL rally came and went as quickly as a southern Louisiana rain shower. A half-inning after Louisiana-Lafayette drilled a top-of-the-ninth soloShow More Summary

NCAA Baseball Tournament 2015 schedule and TV coverage: Louisiana-Lafayette vs. LSU is as rowdy as baseball gets

A Saturday night showdown in Baton Rouge highlights a full day day of super regional action. Baseball is, by its nature and repute, a sport of civility. Decorum is strictly enforced through unwritten rules, celebrations during the game...Show More Summary

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