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Featured On/ 2 years ago
Class of 2021 will have More Choices
PHILADELPHIA– Video content company Overtime is set to offer an alternative for college basketball. Starting in September, Overtime Elite will offer high...
Pitino coaches Panathinaikos to Greek Cup Championship
Rick Pitino has won another championship. The Naismith Hall of Fame coach, who was dismissed by Louisville last fall after the...
NBA, FIBA Combine to Launch new Pro League in Africa
The NBA and FIBA are combining to launch a new Basketball Africa League and have enlisted former president Barrack Obama’s help...
Bill Self Criticizes NCAA After Ruling Kansas Player Ineligible
Kansas’ chances of repeating as Big 12 champions took another huge hit when the NCAA ruled 6-9 sophomore forward Silvio De...
Penny’s and Some Others’ Thoughts
No one knows for sure whether Memphis’ first year coach Penny Hardaway will be the next big thing in college basketball...
Before Duke and Murray State there was the Carolina Hornets
Some 44 NBA scouts and general managers showed up to get a closer look at Murray State’s 6-3 sophomore point guard...
McGrady, Pippen Push Idea of Zion Skipping Rest of Freshman Year
The list of potential first round picks in the NFL draft opting out non-playoff post season games to prepare for the...
Pitino Reportedly Agrees to coach Greek club Super Power
Former Louisville coach Rick Pitino reportedly accepted the head coaching job with Greek EuroLeague power Panathinaikos of Athens, according to his...
Big East/ 4 years ago
Jay Wright thinks G-League has the Right Idea with One-year, $125,000 Contracts.
NEW YORK—Villanova’s defending NCAA championship coach Jay Wright thinks the NBA G-League is on to something by offering a professional pathway...
Blue Star Media/ 5 years ago
Kevin Durant Fires Back
LAS VEGAS– Ever since Kevin Durant left Oklahoma City to join the Golden State Warriors two years ago to create a...
Dick Vitale's Fabulous 50 Players and Moments in College Basketball: From the Best Seat in the House During My 30 Years at ESPN