Alabama Continues Recruiting Hot Streak With Another 4-star Commitment

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The University of Alabama currently has the sixth-best recruiting class in the nation and the best in the SEC, and I’m not talking about football. Anthony Grant has landed his second huge commitment in as many days. Shooting guard Devin […]

Is Emmanuel Mudiay A Lock to Kentucky?

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When it comes to the No. 2 point guard in the 2014 class, the majority rules. Nearly anyone and their mother believes Emmanuel Mudiay will attend Kentucky and play for coach John Calipari. The Wildcats have always appeared to be the favorite to land the point guard. […]

Anthony Grant Lands Alabama the Top In-State Recruit

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The University of Alabama men’s basketball team has picked up their second commitment of the 2014 class. Albertsville, Ala. naive Riley Norris made his commitment via his Twitter page, picking the Crimson Tide over several other offers that included SEC rivals […]

Kentucky’s Alex Poythress Is Set For Breakout Sophomore Season

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Alex Poythress‘ first season in Lexington, Ky., was meant to be full of promise. He was yet another 5-star recruit with an NBA-ready body. He was known in the high school ranks for his prolific scoring and was once projected as […]

Will Kentucky’s Recruiting Reign Continue in 2014?

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Is anyone worried that Kentucky will not be able to reload in 2014? Kentucky’s class is currently ranked 18th in the country with one commitment from 5-star Karl Towns. The casual fan will look and see North Carolina sitting on top […]

Kentucky Wildcats Show Interest in Chicago PG Tyler Ulis

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John Calipari and the Kentucky Wildcats have reportedly expressed interest in 2014 point guard Tyler Ulis. The Chicago native is ranked the 34th best recruit in the class, and is a 4-star prospect. Michigan State, Florida State, Southern Cal, DePaul, […]

Butler’s Rotnei Clarke May Find Opportunities With Australian Team

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Butler‘s Rotnei Clarke should have been destined for a career of professional basketball in Europe. Instead, he is taking his talents a little farther “down under”. The three-point assassin has signed with an Australian team in their eight-team national basketball league. The Wollongong Hawks have earned […]

Where Will Quentin Snider Go After Backing Out from Louisville?

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2014 four-star point guard Quentin Snider has decided to reopen his recruitment after being committed to the reigning national champs since August of 2011. Snider is a Louisville, KY native and plays for the local AAU team, the Louisville Magic. With all of […]

Alabama’s Anthony Grant Avoids Commenting on Basketball Departures

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Alabama head coach Anthony Grant is known for giving his teams the tools to compete defensively. The Crimson Tide have always been very tough to compete with and are known best for Grant’s hard-nosed style. After speaking to a group of high school coaches focusing on Alabama’s […]

Florida’s Fate Lies in Offseason Uncertainties

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July 2013 could possibly go down as the most puzzling time of Billy Donovan‘s tenure at Florida. While most college basketball teams around the nation have an idea of what they could be working with for next season, Donovan’s plans for his […]

Vanderbilt Commodores Suffer Loss of Kevin Bright and Kedren Johnson

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Perhaps one of the most bizarre stories you will read today will be about a Vanderbilt University basketball player turning pro in late July. I know the NBA Draft has come and gone, but sophomore guard Kevin Bright has decided to sign with the Fraport Skyliners […]

North Carolina: P.J. Hairston Deserves More Than Suspension

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The University of North Carolina has called the suspension of star men’s basketball player, P.J. Hairston as “indefinite”. That’s probably another way of saying, “nothing to see here, go away” as Hairston’s legal issues mount. In this summer alone, he has been involved in […]