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Top Recruit Chooses to Play in China Over College Basketball

Top Recruit Chooses to Play in China Over College Basketball

By Knup It's a topic that often times seems to get thrown around, but doesn't happen much. The idea ...

Shane Battier Hired as ESPN College Basketball Analyst

Shane Battier Hired as ESPN College Basketball Analyst

By Knup One of the more well-known names to retire in the NBA recently will be taking his ...

Kentucky Wildcats Show No Fear

Kentucky Wildcats Show No Fear

By Knup When you are expected to be the best team in the nation, it makes sense to ...

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By Knup It’s a topic that often times seems to get thrown around, but doesn’t happen much. The idea is that players who head to college basketball have a pretty good reason to argue that they should be paid in some form or fashion. Regardless of whether or not you agree with this, there is another option for them, but it’s an option that they typically don’t choose to do. This other choice is to go play overseas, make some money for a year, and then enter your name into the NBA Draft the next season. While this may hurt a few of the major continue
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – Compiling a list of the best point guards the college game will offer up in 2014-15 is an arduous task. With more teams playing increasingly complicated offensive schemes, a true floor general can make a huge difference, and it shows in which teams succeed and which ones fail. However, despite the glut of talent across the nation, there are some who stand above the rest. Ryan Boatright (Connecticut) – The argument could be made that Boatright and Shabazz Napier shared point guard responsibilities last season for the national champion UConn Huskies. Obviously Napier was the continue
By Knup One of the more well-known names to retire in the NBA recently will be taking his talents back to college basketball… as an analyst. Shane Battier helped play a role in the Miami Heat’s recent NBA Finals success over the past few years, being a key role player on a team that featured LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. Battier was not only a leader off the court, but was a factor on the court in many key situations throughout the previous few years. He has officially decided that his time in the NBA has come to a close, and now continue
Knoxville, TN (SportsNetwork.com) – The Southeastern Conference denied former Florida Gulf Coast forward Eric McKnight’s bid to play for Tennessee as a graduate transfer this season on Tuesday. The school had announced in May that McKnight planned on playing for the Volunteers in his final year of eligibility during the upcoming season. “We have been informed that Eric McKnight has been denied the graduate transfer waiver by the SEC. We pursued this issue through the proper protocol, and continue
Rochester, MN (SportsNetwork.com) – Iowa State men’s basketball coach Fred Hoiberg had his pacemaker replaced during surgery on Tuesday morning The procedure at the Mayo Clinic was successful, Hoiberg said in a statement. He expects to be discharged and to return to Ames on Tuesday afternoon. Hoiberg was a guard for the Minnesota Timberwolves when he had open-heart surgery in June 2005 to correct an enlarged aortic root, ending his NBA career. Iowa State raised his salary $600,000 to $2.2 million continue