New Mexico Guard Cullen Neal Expected to Be Ready For Practice Despite Appendectomy

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The New Mexico Lobos are on the road and in Australia this month for an exhibition tour abroad as they prepare for their first season under newly appointed head coach, Craig Neal. With Neal’s hiring, the Lobos kept in tact […]

Injury to Roosevelt Jones a Damaging Blow to Butler Bulldogs’ Expectations This Season

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On Friday afternoon, it was reported that Butler Bulldogs junior guard Roosevelt Jones would miss the entire 2013-14 season after suffering torn ligaments in his wrist. The injury occurred during the team’s exhibition trip to Australia this month and the […]

Towson Tigers Wisely Extend Pat Skerry’s Head Coaching Contract

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On Thursday, the Towson Tigers announced a two-year contract extension for men’s head basketball coach Pat Skerry, keeping him in town through the 2018-19 season. In all, the move was necessary and a wise choice by the athletic department at […]

Justin Cobbs Fractures Foot; California Golden Bears Must Hope For Speedy Recovery

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On Wednesday afternoon, the California Golden Bears announced that junior guard Justin Cobbs suffered a fractured bone in his right foot and would miss the next six to eight weeks while recovering. While its technically still the off-season in college […]

Florida Gators, Kansas Jayhawks’ Showdown Highlights Big 12/SEC Challenge Schedule

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The schedule for the 2013 Big 12/SEC Challenge was released on Tuesday afternoon and two games in particular stand alone among this year’s contests. The biggest takeaway from this year’s event however, is the fact that the Big 12/SEC Challenge […]

Top Recruits Tyus Jones, Jahlil Okafor to Visit Baylor, Kansas and Duke Together

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Both Tyus Jones and Jahlil Okafor highlight the college basketball recruiting class of 2014. A potential package deal for one school is certainly not out of the question and in fact, it’s almost to be expected. Well, on Tuesday afternoon, […]

Ray Giacoletti, Drake Bulldogs Continue Recruiting Hot Streak With C.J. Rivers’ Pledge

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Just this past spring, Ray Giacoletti opted to return to the head coaching ranks, accepting the lead position for the Drake Bulldogs after several years on the Gonzaga Bulldogs‘ staff as an assistant. With his first season at Drake nearing […]

Kansas Jayhawks Head Coach Bill Self Does Not Need to Consider Any Leap to NBA Level

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Kansas Jayhawks head coach Bill Self was recently quoted in saying that if the timing was right, he may consider a leap to the NBA level. He touched upon the opportunity to match wits with some of the best athletes […]

DC Assault Co-Founder, AAU Basketball Talent Broker Curtis Malone Arrested in DEA Drug Sting

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The world of AAU basketball has quickly transformed into a haven of power and its impact on college basketball recruiting has become a force that has certainly changed the way things are carried out these days. From national recruiting services […]

Mark Few Will Welcome Adam Morrison to Gonzaga Bulldogs’ Coaching Staff Next Season

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This upcoming season, Gonzaga Bulldogs head coach Mark Few will have the only player he ever coached to a National Player of the Year award back in the fold at the university. That’s right — Adam Morrison will rejoin the […]

College Basketball Fans Have to Feel For Stanford Forward Andy Brown Following Yet Another Injury

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College basketball fans across the country, whether you root for or even against the Stanford Cardinal have to feel for 6-foot-7 forward, Andy Brown. News trickled in on Wednesday that Brown has suffered yet another injury and this one will […]

Mississippi Valley State, Chico Potts Must Turn Focus to Basketball Following Off-Season Suspension

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On Tuesday morning, the athletic department at Mississippi Valley State reinstated head men’s basketball coach Chico Potts, effectively allowing him to return to his duties within the program. Potts was suspended earlier this month because of a domestic violence charge […]