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Keys and Predictions for the Final Four

At the start of the college basketball season, teams like Duke, Kentucky, and Kansas were projected to be three of the four teams to make it to the Final Four. Due to their strong freshmen classes, those teams were seen as head and shoulders above the rest. However, what have have now are three unlikely teams in South Carolina, Oregon,… Read More
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Who is more NBA ready right now, Jayson Tatum or Josh Jackson?

As March Madness begins to push towards it much anticipated conclusion, basketball fan’s sights will begin to shift towards the NBA playoffs and the upcoming draft. While players like Markelle Fultz and Lonzo Ball will undoubtedly be fighting for the right to be chosen first, this is turning out to be one of the most loaded draft classes in recent… Read More
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Purdue looks to shed underachiever label

As Vince Edwards (pictured above) tried to process the stunning loss his team suffered at the hands of the 12-seeded Arkansas Little Rock Trojans, he mustered up succinct and telling words: “It’s the same story all year. Get a lead. Lose it.” The rising junior’s exasperation was well placed. After all, this was the 2nd consecutive opening round loss that Purdue endured–both times… Read More
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A Conversation with Georgia State Men’s Basketball Star RJ Hunter

Georgia State Junior RJ Hunter has accomplished a lot in his first two seasons, but the talented wing is far from done. After numerous awards following his freshman season, including Kyle Macy All America Honors, CAA rookie of the year, All CAA First Team, and Lou Henson National Player of the Week honors, the 6’6 Hunter followed up with an… Read More