Lindsay Whalen

Lindsay Whalen named head coach of Minnesota women’s basketball, while still playing in WNBA

This week’s most intriguing basketball news, despite the NBA Playoffs gearing up and the WNBA Draft on Thursday night, was Lindsay Whalen being named the head coach of the women’s basketball team at her alma mater, the University of Minnesota. Whalen is a five-time All-WNBA guard and is currently still a member of the Minnesota

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Schmidt Talking Episode 20: Sights Set On The Offseason

With Villanova defeating Michigan to win the National Championship, the college basketball season is officially over. Teams now have to say goodbye to their seniors and look ahead to next year. Like in most sports, there’s no offseason in college basketball. One of those teams with their sights set on next season is St. Bonaventure.

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NCAA Tournament

Was this the best Men’s NCAA Tournament of all time?

Sports can encompass the world like nothing else can. Moments of joy that bring tears to your eyes, fits of rage that end up costing you a brand new TV and friendships that are created out of thin air only for the true fact that both of you are rooting for the same team, the

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Warriors

Former Warriors draftee says ‘bad decisions’ got him banned by NBA & forced to live in a crack house

Chris Washburn checked in with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson on Scoop B Radio. Press Play Below To Listen!  Chris Washburn once went from being selected third in the 1986 NBA draft by the Golden State Warriors to coming off the bench on a prison basketball team. That sounds more like imagery from The Longest Yard,

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Obama

CBS Sports’ Clark Kellogg says President Obama ‘took advantage’ of him in a 2010 basketball game

Former U.S. President Barack Obama’s love affair with hoops has been pretty well-documented. Obama’s been courtside at Washington Wizards games and at the United Center checking out the Chicago Bulls. During Obama’s presidency, many sports teams have also relished in the opportunity to visit the White House after winning a championship CBS Sports analyst, Clark

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Final Four

2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four Preview

68 teams entered the tournament field with one common goal: get to San Antonio. Of those 68, only four have achieved that goal. Villanova, Kansas, Michigan, and tournament darlings Loyola-Chicago. The heart of a champion has been tested of all the remaining teams on the road to San Antonio, each proving that their will to

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NBA Mock Draft

Basketball Society 2018 NBA Mock Draft

Above is our first NBA Mock Draft of the 2018 season. As you’ll notice, we don’t have too many international players in this mock draft. We will be including more and more as we get closer to the Draft and are able to check some of them out! Let us know what you think about

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Schmidt Talking Roundtable: Dan Hurley Has Left The Atlantic 10

Dan Hurley came into the Atlantic 10 with high expectations for Rhode Island. The program had been so close to making the NCAA Tournament from 2002 to 2011, but fell victim to the NIT. Coach Jim Baron had done an excellent job with the program but couldn’t get over the hump. Then came in Hurley.

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Sweet 16

2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball Sweet 16 Preview: No. 2 Duke vs. No. 11 Syracuse

The scope for who will be crowned National Champions is becoming more narrowly focused. Duke and Syracuse have established themselves as two of college basketball most prestigious schools in terms of longevity of success. In the Midwest region this year, four teams currently remain. Of those four teams, two are ACC schools. Wouldn’t you know

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NBA Finals

The Sunday Fadeaway, Episode 17: Marc Zumoff joins the show!

A very special episode of The Sunday Fadeaway as Philadelphia fan favorite and voice of the 76ers Marc Zumoff joined the show! Zumoff talks about the fate of the current 76ers and their push into the playoffs, he talks about his favorite Sixers moments since he took the play-by-play job in 1994, answers some Twitter

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