Arizona State Sun Devils Are Smart to Retire Eddie House’s Number

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On Tuesday, the Arizona State Sun Devils announced that they had plans to retire Eddie House‘s No. 5 jersey and it’s about time that they do. Many basketball fans today, may see House as an undersized sharpshooter who has had […]

Ryan Harrow Cleared to Play Immediately For Georgia State, Huge Boost For Panthers

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The Georgia State Panthers announced some big news on Wednesday afternoon that should seriously elevate their expectations in the Sun Belt Conference next season. According to a release from the university, Kentucky transfer Ryan Harrow has been granted a waiver […]

Old School Big East Rivals UConn, Boston College Will Square Off in 2K Sports Classic

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The first month of the college basketball season has continuously evolved over the course of the past few years. Numerous early-season tournaments and events have created big-time match-ups with increasingly huge opportunities in terms of non-conference resume builders. Well, the […]

Gonzaga Bulldogs, Syracuse Orange Highlight 2013 Maui Invitational Field; Match-Ups Set For November

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On Wednesday morning, the match-ups for the 2013 Maui Invitational were released and this year’s field should certainly carry over the early season excitement that the fans in Hawaii have become accustomed to. The headline teams in this year’s field […]

Michigan Wolverines Wisely Lock Up Head Coach John Beilein With Contract Extension

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On Wednesday morning, the Michigan Wolverines announced that they have reached a contract extension with head men’s basketball coach, John Beilein. The deal will keep Beilein in Ann Arbor through the 2018-19 season, a wise move and a smart decision […]

To No Surprise, Andrew Wiggins is First Canadian to Win Gatorade Athlete of the Year

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If the Kansas Jayhawks are going to keep their string of Big 12 Conference championships alive in 2014, their top player and incoming freshman Andrew Wiggins is going to be the main reason why. The conference is improving atop the […]

Tanveer Bhullar Joins Brother at New Mexico State, Another 7-Footer Inside For Aggies

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We know about the rise of Canadian prospects in college basketball and in a year in which Andrew Wiggins holds the top headlines among incoming freshman, it’s great to see the emergence of top recruits that come from north of […]

Louisville Cardinals the Obvious Favorite at the Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off

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On Tuesday morning, the brackets for a few of college basketball’s early season tournaments and events were released and the Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off is one of your average, run-of-the-mill, four-team brackets. The 2013 participants include the Louisville Cardinals, […]

Oklahoma State Cowboys Should Be Considered Early Favorite in Old Spice Classic Field

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On Tuesday morning, the bracket for the 2013 Old Spice Classic was released and the pairing were set for the double-elimination, quarterfinal bracket that will take place at the Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida. The eight-team bracket […]

Seton Hall Pirates, Kevin Willard Gather First 2014 Commitment in SF Ismael Sanogo

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On Tuesday afternoon, news circulated that the Seton Hall Pirates had picked up their first commitment from the class of 2014. Ismael Sanogo announced his decision to join the Pirates’ program for the 2014-15 season, a nice early pickup for […]

Knee Surgery Just Another Setback For UCLA Bruins’ Newcomer Wanaah Bail

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On Tuesday morning, Sporting News college basketball insider Mike DeCourcy tweeted the news that UCLA Bruins‘ newcomer Wanaah Bail will undergo knee surgery and is expected to be sidelined for the next four months. The news of Bail’s surgery and […]

Providence Lands 2014 SF Jalen Lindsey; What Type of Impact Will He Provide Friars?

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In two seasons under head coach Ed Cooley, the Providence Friars have yet to qualify for an NCAA Tournament. That however, will soon change and what Cooley has done with the Friars in just 2+ years is simply remarkable. Although Friars’ […]