Atlantic Sun

Who Will Win the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament?

We are getting to that time. Conference Tournament play begins today (for only the Atlantic Sun) and you can begin to feel that angst building up as we near Selection Sunday. For conferences like the Atlantic Sun, it is essential for your team to win their respective conference to be able to make the tournament.

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NCAA Tournament

Basketball Society Men’s NCAA Tournament Bracket Version No. 1

Teams that have work to do and are on the outside looking in: TCU Illinois State Ole Miss Tennessee Alabama Utah Providence Rhode Island

LaMelo Ball

Are fundamentals getting away from the game of basketball?

The game of basketball has changed and evolved rapidly over the years. With so many different styles of basketball nowadays, the question remains are the fundamentals of the game still being utilized for up and coming talent during their early stages of playing ball? Are coaches still stressing ball handling, passing, defense, footwork, and proper

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Jackson Shines in Win over Kentucky

It was a big game for Kansas freshman Josh Jackson in a huge 79-73 road victory over No. 4 ranked Kentucky. Jackson finished with 20 points & 10 rebounds. Jackson did it all in Saturday’s win over Kentucky from sick dunks to showing tremendous effort, great shooting from both inside and outside the perimeter, to

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Carmelo Anthony

Roundtable: Carmelo Anthony on the move?

Rumors have been raging on about New York Knicks president Phil Jackson’s desire to move on from the Carmelo Anthony-era via trade, so several of our writers gathered for a Melo-centered roundtable to discuss the possible best new fit for Anthony and what the Knicks’ next move should be if they do indeed ship Carmelo out of

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NBA All-Star

NBA All-Star Roundtable: Starters reactions and reserve picks

With the reserves for the 2017 NBA All-Star Game set to be revealed tonight on TNT, several of our writers convened for a roundtable discussion on who should fill out the rosters for the Western and Eastern Conferences. In addition, they were asked to react to the starting lineups All-Star Game. Our writers for this roundtable are: Randy King: (@randizzleking16)

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Marcus Keene

Central Michigan’s Marcus Keene Drops 50 vs. Miami (OH)

Central Michigan University junior guard Marcus Keene tore the gym apart today with a record-breaking 50 points to lead the Chippewa’s in a 101-92 victory over Miami-Ohio. Keene has now become the first 50-point scorer in Division I since South Dakota State’s Nate Walters. Keene has also now become the highest scorer in Division I this

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Top High School Prospect Brian Bowen Closing in on Decision

Brian Bowen SF, 6’7 190 La Lumiere School Class of 2017 Bowen can flat out play. He’s a big time scorer, he can shoot from anywhere on the court, he gets up and down the floor well. Bowen has a quick first step and plays with a tremendous amount of energy. He’s versatile, athletic, and explosive

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Lakers Lair Three-Man Weave: Can the Lakers turn things around?

Hello, Happy New Year from Lakers Lair and welcome to another edition of Three-Man Weave. Three-Man Weave is a subjective, Lakers-related column where our resident L.A. fans answer a series of questions regarding the Purple & Gold. The first edition followed a Christmas theme, and this week’s article will inquire about the Lakers’ recent struggles and if they

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Recruiting Advice for Unsigned High School Basketball Seniors

With the majority of high school basketball schedules resuming for the second half of the season, many talented seniors are still undecided on where they will play basketball next season, if granted the opportunity at the collegiate level. The process can be stressful & somewhat overwhelming however, that doesn’t mean that it’s the END. Many

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