Willie Cauley-Stein Leaning Towards NBA Draft

According to Sean d’Oliveira of CBS Sports, Kentucky’s Willie Cauley-Stein is leaning towards entering the NBA draft this coming offseason. Kentucky who was eliminated from the NCAA Tournament on Saturday, knew they were going to lose a good amount of their team. A lot of them are “one-and-done” players, but Cauley-Stein seems to have decided

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DJ’s Three Point Take: Final Four Edition

The Final Four is underway. We have a match-up between the #7 Michigan State Spartans and the #1 Duke Blue Devils, and following that game we see the highly favorited #1 Kentucky Wildcats battling against the #1 Wisconsin Badgers. This tournament has lived up to the hype like it always does and we have two

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Brother Kirk's Corner Ep. 2: Final Four Preview

Episode 2 of Brother Kirk’s Corner is a preview and prediction segment for the NCAA Men’s Final Four. Kirk’s thoughts: – Duke vs. Michigan State: Why the Spartans are scary, and the match-up between Justice Winslow and Branden Dawson. – Kentucky vs. Wisconsin: The Sam Dekker match-up, and how Kentucky has improved from when these

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College Rewind (Final Four Edition): Coach K's Greatest Year (Video)

The 1991-92 Duke Blue Devils were a team of destiny. Fresh off of a National Title the previous year, the daunting task of repeating was set in stone from the onset of the season. A humbling loss to the legendary UNLV Running Rebels during the 1990 NCAA Title game only served to fuel Coach K’s

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College Rewind (Final Four Edition): Mateen Cleaves & The "Flintstones takeover for the 99-2000 (video)

Much has to be said about Tom Izzo and coaching in March. In his 20 years at the helm of the Michigan State Spartans Men’s Basketball Program, Izzo’s led Sparty to 7 Final Fours. Of those 7 Final Four appearances, his 1999-2000 team was the only one to give Tom Izzo the ever-so coveted National

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College Rewind (Final Four Edition): Devin Harris, A Wisconsin Original

It wasn’t too long ago that Devin Harris was one of the most promising players at the Point Guard position in the NBA. He was the starting Point Guard on that Dallas Mavericks team that lost to the Miami Heat in the 2006 NBA Finals. Following a stellar prep career at Wauwatosa East High School

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College Rewind (Final Four Edition): Jodie Meeks' Career Night in Knoxville (Video)

Back on January 15, 2009 Jodie Meeks (of the Detroit Pistons) put forth arguably the greatest single game performance in the University of Kentucky’s storied basketball history. Meeks torched the helpless Tennessee Volunteers to the tune of 54 Points, 8 Rebounds & 4 Assists on 15-22 Shooting (10-15 from 3 Point Range) as well as

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Is GSU a Cinderella Team?

Yesterday was a wild day for college basketball. For those of you who have been living under a rock, yesterday was the start of the NCAA Tournament (or March Madness). One game that was focused on was the #14 seed Georgia State up against the #3 Baylor. What looked like a sure win for Baylor

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2015 Men's NCAA Tournament Roundtable

Some say December is the best month of the year because of Christmas. Others argue that the best month is June because that is when school ends and summer begins. While both of these months are great in their own way, there is only one month that we college basketball fans see as the greatest:

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John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins: "Our Kentucky team was better than this year's"

John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins think their Kentucky team could take this year’s squad. The 34-0 Kentucky Wildcats are overwhelming favorites to win the 2015 NCAA Tournament, and they need only six more wins to clinch the National Championship and accomplish a perfect 40-0 season, something that hasn’t occurred since the Isiah Thomas led Indiana

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