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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Fonz’s Sunday Summary: Houston We Have a Problem, Upsets in College and the Monmouth Bench

Welcome to another edition of Fonz’s Sunday Summary. A weekly blog talking about all things basketball and going over my top plays of the week.  1. What is going on in Houston? To think, last season this team was one of the top teams in the league. James Harden was having an MVP-caliber year while the Rockets made it

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I Have Questions About: Court Storming

Hello and welcome to another edition of your favorite series not named House of Cards, I Have Questions About. On this weeks edition, our host Sean Linhares will delve deep into the dilemma of Court Storming. Let me tell you, I have just about had it with this gosh dang lame-stream media running around, acting

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The Passing Game, Vol. 8: Mudiay, Michigan State, Rondo

Welcome to The Passing Game, where we simply take the time to glorify the dimes being thrown all around us. Here were some of my favorite dimes from over the weekend… Emmanuel Mudiay has next level awareness as a passer. On this play he drew the defense down to the base line with a drive and

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The Passing Game Vol. 5: Isaiah Briscoe, John Wall, Steph Curry

Welcome to The Passing Game, where we simply take the time to glorify the dimes being thrown all around us. Here were some noteworthy dimes from Tuesday night’s action of basketball. Here’s to the first college player being featured on the passing game. Kentucky freshman (and fellow Jersey guard) Isaiah Briscoe recognized a numbers advantage

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VIDEO: UNLV freshman Derrick Jones Jr. has the early dunk of the year

Do not get in djones1___ way to the hoop! #UNLVmbb https://t.co/qbbPvuA6RH — UNLV Basketball (@TheRunninRebels) November 17, 2015 You’ll know and remember the name Derrick Jones Jr. after watching that. The UNLV freshman is deemed as one of the top dunkers in college basketball, and this early candidate for dunk of the year came during

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Video: 2015-16 NCAA men’s basketball rules

I doubt that you’re as excited as I am about the college basketball season starting up tonight, but in case you are, it might be beneficial to brush up on some of the rule changes that occurred during the offseason. There were over 25 rule changes made for officiating, which are meant to reduce physical

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