Category Archives: College Basketball

The Amazing Growth of March Madness: How Basketball Has Become an American Obsession

It’s true the best month to buy a new HDTV is indeed the month of February. Deals are far and wide for hoop watchers because when the month of March comes, so does the madness! Basketball fans everywhere long to … Continue reading

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Catholic Schools Take Big East Branding to New League

With all of the conference realignment going on right now, the Big East is going to look real different in the future. The Catholic Schools currently in the conference (DePaul, Georgetown, Marquette, Providence, St. John’s, Seton Hall, Villanova) will be … Continue reading

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Nerlens Noel Suffers Serious Knee Injury

You hate to see this happen to college kids. While they are labeled as “one and done” they are still kids trying to achieve a dream. We don’t have to get into the many reasons that this type of incident … Continue reading

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Shabazz Muhammad Snubs Teammates For Not Getting Game Winning Shot

This could be much ado about nothing, or a sign of a deeper issue. UCLA freshman and #1 rated player in the 2013 draft class, Shabazz Muhammad is back in the news again.  A few days ago he was cleared … Continue reading

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Nerlens Noel on Pace to Break NCAA Blocks Record

The probable #1 overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, Nerlens Noel has been everything Kentucky asked for. As the heir apparent to super-swatter Anthony Davis, Noel has picked right up where the brow left off. Davis finished up with … Continue reading

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Jabari Parker’s Jersey Retired- While He Plays in a Game

Simeon and future Duke superstar SF Jabari Parker is among the best recruits in the nation. While he is a great player, wouldn’t it be a bit extreme to retire his jersey while he is still playing? Even more so, … Continue reading

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Shabazz Muhammad and His $1,200 Gucci Backpack

If you are the top prospect in the nation, have already been suspended once, and the possible #1 draft pick in the 2013 NBA draft you probably shouldn’t be rolling around with $1,000 backpacks in college.  The heat might be … Continue reading

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Michael Carter-Williams on a Roll: Helps Syracuse Defeat Cincinnati

This is not the first post I’ve written on Michael Carter-Williams and probably will not be the last. The big 6’7 point guard from Syracuse has been instrumental. Last week MCW helped the Orange rack up a win over Louisville … Continue reading

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Karl Towns Jr: #1 NBA Draft Pick in 2015?

I know it is weird to write posts about drafts that are two years away, but with basketball it kind of works that way. You can usually tell early if a kid is going to be a player. Karl Towns … Continue reading

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Shabazz Muhammad Has a Self Described “Killer Instinct”

Many times we stand in awe of the mental fortitude of players such as Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan, etc. They have that it factor. There is just something in them that you can tell wants to win a little more … Continue reading

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