UPSET WATCH: #12 Yale

Round 1: #5 Baylor vs #12 Yale Location: Providence, RI Season record: 22-6 (13-1 in Ivy) 1st in Ivy, Ivy league champions Why they can upset? This is Yale’s first time in the NCAA tournament since 1962. The Ivy League has had success in the tournament in recent years. Harvard advanced to the round of

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Jay Williams

Jay Williams interested in coaching Rutgers?

According to a source for SLAM Magazine and USA TODAY Sports Media Group, ESPN analyst and author Jay Williams has interest in becoming the next head coach of Rutgers University. The Scarlet Knights announced the dismissal of head coach Eddie Jordan a few days ago. Can also confirm that NJ native Jay Williams is interested

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Early March 2016 NBA Mock Draft

1.) Philadelphia 76ers: SF Ben Simmons School: LSU, Height:6-10, Weight: 240 The Philadelphia 76ers are in need of a franchise player. Ben Simmons is the closest thing to that in the 2016 NBA Draft. He has great passing skills and has the strength to finish with contact. His shot is inconsistent, but still finds ways

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Let The Bonnies Dance!

Ever since the glorious 2012 season where we saw the Bonnies win their first ever Atlantic 10 title, there has been much anticipation as to when this basketball program would break through the seals and make another glorious run to the dance. They came close in 2014 with a dramatic finish in the Friday A-10

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Fonz’s Sunday Summary: Lillard, the Bonnies, and Baron Davis

What’s up everybody. Welcome to the Sunday Summary, a piece in which I rant about certain topics relating to basketball. Let’s get started.  1. Damian Lillard is a BAD MAN What a second half season Damian Lillard is having. Don’t get me wrong, Lillard has been decent all year, but ever since he got snubbed

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VIDEO: Maurice Watson Jr. Scores 32 In Upset Of #5 Xavier

The Big East Conference has been the most competitive conference this college basketball season. Every team, possibly excluding DePaul and St. John’s, has a chance of winning the Big East Tournament. Last night, two of those teams, Creighton and Xavier, battled it out. Xavier has been a very consistent team this season and do all

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The Passing Game, Vol. 18: Brandon Jennings and Anas Mahmoud

Welcome to The Passing Game, where we simply take time to glorify the dimes being thrown all around us. Two big time passes caught my eye from last night. One came from Louisville sophomore big man Anas Mahmound, a 7-footer from Egypt who pulled this off in last night’s game against North Carolina: Mahmoud came up

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(Video) Crossover to God

Across playgrounds and recreation centers in America, one move reigns supreme (if executed properly) as the King of Ankle-Breakers: The Shammgod. The origins of said move are traced to a certain God Shammgod (Shammgod Wells) out of New York City. There has been much debate recently as to who has the better handles: Stephen Curry

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How about them Bonnies

Even for a small college, basketball is big at St. Bonaventure University. Win or lose, the “Wolfpack” is rowdy, heckling the other teams bench while cheering our own. This is year has been no different. However, this years Bonnies men’s and women’s teams have played well. Actually, they have played great. The women’s team has started

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Fonz’s Sunday Summary: D-League Showcase, the Knicks and Kentucky Basketball

Hello all and welcome to the Sunday Summary with your host Alfonso De Falco. 1. The D-League showcase A couple of weeks back in a Sunday Summary I talked about the rise of the D-League and how NBA teams are recently using the minor league system to their advantage. Every year in the first week

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