Bryan Antoine

2019 G Bryan Antoine cites Duke, Villanova as most aggressive suitors

Class of 2019 wings Scottie Lewis and Bryan Antoine are two of the most sought-after prospects in their class. The pair is an ultra-dynamic tandem for the Ranney School in Monmouth County, New Jersey, and if some college programs have their way, they might even continue playing together at the next level. Antoine and Lewis

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Villanova

Scoop B: Will Villanova repeat as NCAA’s College Basketball National Champions, next season?

Basketball Society’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson discusses Philadelphia Sports & more on the 900 AM WURD’s Chris Murray Show. Press Play Below To Listen! The 2018-19 college basketball season, which starts with the 2K Sports Classic on November 6, could be one of the most wide-open ever. For the first time in a long time, the

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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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Big East

Providence earns the right to play Villanova for the Big East title

No. 5 Providence def. No. 1 Xavier, 75-72 Providence upset top-seeded Xavier with a stunning comeback in the semifinals of the Big East Tournament. Providence was down by as many as 17 points in the game but used a 46-29 advantage in the second half and overtime to upend the Musketeers. Alpha Diallo and Rodney

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Brandon Slater

Class of 2018 4-Star Villanova Commit Brandon Slater Talks About His Summer

It seems that many recruiting sites all agree in having Brandon Slater in their Top 50. The 6’6″ 195lbs Wing is hard to classify as a shooting guard or a small forward due to his versatility. The Centreville, Virginia native has really made a name for himself on the EYBL circuit with Team Takeover (D.C.).

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Mikal Bridges Scouting Report

Name: Mikal Bridges School: Villanova Year: Junior Height/Weight: 6’7, 205 lbs   Strengths Bridges’s ability to play both sides of the ball really well stands out to me. His 7’0.5 wingspan makes him a defensive threat everywhere on the court for the Wildcats forcing more turnovers for other teams and grabbing enough rebounds to average

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NCAA Tournament

2017 Men’s NCAA Tournament Roundtable: Let The Dancing Begin

Happy March Madness, people. Welcome to our roundtable with Basketball Society writers: Ralph Cortes: (@_Rloading) Quaadree Harris: Martin Soaries: (@Marsoaries) Kyle Allan: (@Kallan441) 1. Which no. 1 seed has the toughest path to the Final Four? Cortes: I would say the North Carolina Tar Heels have the toughest path to the Final Four. UNC, which is

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Villanova

Villanova takes the Big East, looks to challenge of repeating as national champions

The defending national champion Villanova Wildcats captured their third ever Big East championship on Saturday night, defeating Creighton 74-60 at Madison Square Garden. Our own Felix John-Baptiste asked Villanova head coach Jay Wright after the game about the prospect of repeating and what it’s been like having that target on their backs all season: Just knowing that

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VIDEO: Villanova Wins National Championship on Kris Jenkins Buzzer Beater

Villanova won it’s first national title since 1985 on a Kris Jenkins buzzer beater. But like we said before, Jenkins…. COLD BLOODED https://t.co/PrJpqCUrjg — Basketball Society (@BBallSociety_) April 5, 2016 Marcus Paige of North Carolina hit an off-balance game tying three point shot with 4.7 to go. Marcus Paige, ladies & gentlemen. #CLUTCH #NationalChampionship https://t.co/ADGWTogKDC

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Basketball Society’s 2016 NCAA Men’s Championship Game Picks

Case for Carolina Cyril Armel: The x-factors are Kris Jenkins and Brice Johnson. Both of these teams go as these two leaders go. Jenkins needs to get his shot going early. Johnson needs to be his usual double-double self. Carolina’s offensive patience and desire to get shot attempts as close to the basket as possible will certainly test

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