NCAA Tournament 2014: Florida’s Michael Frazier II Will Become a Star
The Florida Gators are the No. 1 team in college basketball. You could say they have had a successful season so far. Although they have one of the most well-rounded teams in the nation, one player is going to become [...]
ACC: Wojo Updates Coach K’s Dizzy Spell
Associate head coach Steve Wojciechowski spoke in place of Coach Mike Krzyzewski, who experienced dizziness during and after #4 Duke’s 82-72 loss at Wake Forest. Wojo updated Coach K’s condition.
Bubble Watch: Purdue Basketball’s Bubble Bursts In Loss To Wisconsin
Only winning the conference tournament will save us now is the mindset for many programs heading into the final weekend of the regular season. After losing a must-win game, the Purdue Boilermakers are resigned to the fact that only a [...]
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Bubble Watch: Tennessee Basketball Ever So Close To Tournament Bid
There is no margin of error at this point in the season for bubble teams, as one loss will lead to your extinction from tournament consideration. The SEC was seemingly dead and buried just a few weeks ago, as only [...]
Louisville Basketball Struggles To Live Up To Expectations This Season
It’s hard for a team in any sport to live up to lofty expectations, and it is even harder for a program to defend a championship, a lesson the Louisville Cardinals have learned the hard way this season. Less than [...]
Connecticut Basketball: Shabazz Napier Shines in Farewell Performance at Gampel Pavilion
If you ever played sports in high school or college, you waited three years for it. You thought about it — how you were going to make it special, make people remember one day that John Doe played here. When [...]
Adreian Payne to Have a Special Guest Walk With Him on Michigan State Senior Day
Adreian Payne is one of the best big men in the nation and a sure first-round NBA selection in the upcoming draft. He has had a tough road to his current stardom and has been one of the bright spots [...]
Time to Help One-and-Done Players?
The Huffington Post’s Jordan Schultz & CineSport’s Noah Coslov react to Jeff Van Gundy’s comments about creating specific a college curriculum for freshman who plan to go to the NBA.
CI Q&A: Mason Plumlee
Former Duke star and current Nets forward Mason Plumlee talks about adjusting to life in the NBA, his brother Marshall’s growing confidence with the Blue Devils and what he misses about Durham.