College Basketball

Thanksgiving Week College Basketball Tournament Previews

One of college basketball’s best traditions, the week of Thanksgiving features a boatload of great tournaments that gives fans a ton of opportunities to watch some quality early season basketball. With so many tournaments out there, I’ve picked out the five best and summarized the field and predicted a winner and tournament MVP for each.

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Oshae Brissett

Oshae Brissett Scouting Report

School: Syracuse Year: Sophomore Height/Weight: 6’8, 210 lbs Strengths: Oshae Brissett is a tremendous athlete who is at his best playing aggressive and attacking the rim. His height and wingspan make him a great fit on the wing in Jim Boeheim’s 2-3 zone, and also allows him to comfortably shoot jumpers over smaller opponents. He

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Myles Stephens Reaches 1,000 Career Points in Princeton Opening Win

Myles Stephens scored 21 points and crossed the 1,000 point career mark in an overpowering Princeton win against Division III DeSales 85-51 on Friday night. Princeton 78, DeSales 46 | 6:48 2ndThere it is! Myles Stephens becomes the 35th member of the 1,000 point club. Congrats Myles! Watch – #TigerUp #MakeShots — Princeton

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College hoops

College Hoops: Friday’s games to watch

The first Friday of the college hoops season provides fans with an excellent slate of games to watch. Below is a summary of the five best games around the country, complete with key match-ups to watch and final score predictions for each.   Wichita St. vs. Providence (Annapolis, MD) Match-up to Watch: Erik Stevenson (Wichita

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2018-19 Big East Preseason Rankings

With the losses suffered by defending national champion Villanova to the NBA draft, the Big East looks a little more interesting this year. The losses are also heavy for conference heavyweights Seton Hall and Xavier, making room for the resurgence of some once proud programs. A Chris Mullin led St. John’s team and a Patrick

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2018-19 ACC Preseason Rankings

Once again, the ACC will be the nation’s best basketball conference in 2018-19. The league is absolutely loaded from top to bottom, and I’m projecting nine teams to make the NCAA tournament. Read below to see where I think each team will finish in the standings come March. 15. Pittsburgh While Jeff Capel may turn

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J.P. Butler

Schmidt Talking Episode 32: Justin Winston chose St. Bonaventure

On this episode of the Schmidt Talking podcast, Alec and Kyle discuss the verbal commitment from Class of 2019 recruit Justin Winston of the Putnam Science Academy. Winston confirmed his commitment last week in his tweet on his Twitter page (@BBM_Justin). GO BONNIES!!!🔥🔥🔥 — J_DOT35 (@BBM__Justin) September 17, 2018 The signing came as a

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Atlantic 10

Atlantic 10 Transfers to Watch in 2018-19

The Atlantic 10 Conference enters the 2018-2019 regular season with major contributors no longer on their respective rosters. Jaylen Adams, Matt Mobley, Peyton Aldridge, Justin Tillman, B.J. Johnson, E.C. Matthews, Jared Terrell, Yuta Watanabe, Shavar Newkirk, and James Demery all graduated. This forced plenty of teams to be active on the transfer market the last

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NCAA’s new ruling is a PR blitz to protect themselves & shines light on NBA & basketball’s future

Basketball Society’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson talks NBA free agency on ESPN. Press Play Below To Listen!   Well…it’s about time! The NCAA got something right! Last week, the NCAA made drastic rule changes that now allow elite high school basketball players to be represented by agents that are NCAA certified. Additionally, top prospects who

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The Fadeaway

The Fadeaway Episode 26: Is it Time to Start Believing in Curses?

Returning Guest A.J. Arcaini joins The Fadeaway this week to talk Vegas odds, NBA marquee matchups and the Sixers’ rookie curses. Every year Las Vegas releases the total win predictions for each team in the NBA and Ryan and A.J. talk about what they got right and some totals they think they might have missed

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