Malik Newman’s Commitment to Mississippi State Great for College Basketball

Malik Newman. An explosive combo guard from Jackson, Mississippi, committed to Mississippi State on April 24th. Newman chose Mississippi State over Arizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, Florida State, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisville, LSU, Memphis, N.C. State, North Carolina, Ole Miss, Duke Georgetown, and Southern Miss. I wasn’t that caught off guard by Newman’s decision to stay in hisContinue reading “Malik Newman’s Commitment to Mississippi State Great for College Basketball”

Brandon Ingram Commits to Duke

As most of us expected, small forward Brandon Ingram has committed to Duke university and will play for the team next season. Ingram chose Duke over North Carolina, Kansas, Kentucky, UCLA, and North Carolina State. Ingram is the fourth five-star player in Duke’s recruiting class. https://twitter.com/DanWetzel/status/592815842263445507 Ingram will replace Justice Winslow in Duke’s starting lineup.Continue reading “Brandon Ingram Commits to Duke”

Jaylen Brown Eliminates UCLA From Recruiting List

The top prospect left in the recruiting class of 2015 Jaylen Brown has eliminated UCLA as a potential school to play basketball at. Brown is also being recruited by Kansas, Kentucky, N.C. State, California, Michigan, North Carolina, Georgia, and Georgia Tech. UCLA was one of five schools Brown visited, joining Michigan, Kentucky, Kansas, and NorthContinue reading “Jaylen Brown Eliminates UCLA From Recruiting List”

R.I.P Brackets Worldwide (NCAA First Day Recap)

Yup, after the first day of March Madness you might as well take these brackets and burn them because they can’t get any better. Many brackets (including mine) was done after the second game (yeah, thanks Iowa State) and some were done moments later with Georgia State defeated Baylor in the third game of theContinue reading “R.I.P Brackets Worldwide (NCAA First Day Recap)”

Kentucky Unanimous Number One Again in AP Top 25 Poll

We now have another AP top 25 college basketball for the new week in college basketball. ┬áKentucky is number one again unanimously after they were able to pull out a win versus Florida. The rest of the top 5 in the AP Poll features the same teams but a small shake occurred. With Virginia’s winContinue reading “Kentucky Unanimous Number One Again in AP Top 25 Poll”

Dean Smith Passes at Age of 83

Former longtime University of North Carolina head coach Dean Smith has passed away at the age of 83. Many believe his death is related to many health issues he had which included memory loss. Smith helped lead North Carolina to 2 national championships and was elected into the Basketball Hall of Fame on November 17th,Continue reading “Dean Smith Passes at Age of 83”

Kentucky Returns to Unanimous Number One in Latest AP Top 25

Kentucky is now the lone undefeated team in men’s college hoops. Duke lost to previously ranked number 8 Notre Dame, but earned its spot to remain in the top 5 after beating undefeated Virginia Saturday. Other teams in the top 5 were able to get wins in their games last week, but let’s check outContinue reading “Kentucky Returns to Unanimous Number One in Latest AP Top 25”

Ty Lawson Arrested for DUI

The Denver Nuggets point guard Ty Lawson has been arrested. According to multiple media reports, he was arrested for DUI at 1:20 in the morning. Lawson has a had a history of getting in trouble with the law as he has been arrested for DUI more then once and plead guilty to underage drinking whileContinue reading “Ty Lawson Arrested for DUI”

30 Years ago Today, Michael Jordan Signed with the Chicago Bulls

30 years ago today, arguably the best to ever step foot on the court, Michael Jordan signed a contract with the Chicago Bulls that was his first professional contract. Jordan was the 3rd pick in the 1984 draft and was drafted 21 years old out of North Carolina. That pick worked out pretty well forContinue reading “30 Years ago Today, Michael Jordan Signed with the Chicago Bulls”

Warriors sign James Michael Macadoo Aaron Craft, and Mitchell Watt

The Golden State Warriors have signed former UNC standout James Michael Macadoo to a deal. Macadoo was on the Warriors NBA Summer League team where he averaged 9 points per game with 5.4 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game. Aaron Craft, the former Ohio State standout averaged 7.4 points per game 2.4 assists and 2.6Continue reading “Warriors sign James Michael Macadoo Aaron Craft, and Mitchell Watt”

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