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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#MJMondays: From Mike to Michael (Video)

In lieu of the NCAA Tournament starting this week, we took the time out to commemorate the first iconic moment in the illustrious career of one Michael Jeffrey Jordan. With North Carolina down 1 to Georgetown with 17 seconds left on the clock in the 1982 NCAA Championship game, “Mike” Jordan knocked down the shot

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Printable 2015 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament Bracket

Click the image above and print out your 2015 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Bracket. Good luck to everyone this year!

DJ’s Three Point Take – College Edition

Jahlil Okafor and the Draft ACC Rookie and Player of the Year Jahlil Okafor has been nothing less than phenomenal this year for the Duke Blue Devils, averaging 17 points and 9 rebounds a game as a freshman. He’s been the name coming out of a lot of people’s mouth especially when the NBA Draft

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VIDEO: Iowa State's Monte Morris hits game-winner vs. Texas in Big 12 Tournament

Monte Morris hits the game winner at the buzzer to beat Texas 69-67 in the #Big12Tournamenthttps://t.co/56PJ36dTHY — Basketball Society (@BBallSociety_) March 13, 2015 VIDEO: Iowa State’s Monte Morris hits game-winner vs. Texas in Big 12 Tournament Iowa State scored the last 12 points of the game on Thursday and after some poor late game management

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Dennis Marvin of FIU makes half court buzzer-beater in C-USA tourney

Does it feel like March yet? Dennis Marvin, senior and leading scorer for Florida International, gave March Madness a great jumpstart with a half court buzzer-beater to advance FIU to the next round of the Conference USA tournament. Keon Lewis from UT San Antonio had just made a three-pointer to tie the game at 54-54.

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2015 Big East Men’s Basketball Tournament Preview

The 2014 Big East Tournament was filled with many surprises and disappointments making it one that we will all remember. The Providence Friars were the 2014 Big East Conference Tournament champions. Their path to the championship became easier with the surprise loss by Villanova to Seton Hall in the second round. Providence went on to

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Adam Silver

Proposal in talks to change withdrawal procedures for NBA prospects

Proposal in talks to change withdrawal procedures for NBA prospects A proposal is being enacted by the NCAA, NBA, and National Association of Basketball Coaches to prevent underclassmen prospects from declaring for the NBA Draft early if they aren’t guaranteed as a high draft pick. The proposal started with a series of meetings at the

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