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The All-Time Syracuse-Georgetown Team


Georgetown and Syracuse are playing their last game in the Carrier Dome as Big East rivals. For those of us that grew up in the northeast, G’Town-Cuse was our Carolina-Duke. The final G’Town-Cuse battle won’t come until March 9,

Fall Back, Big Bro: Derrick Rose Needs To Check Reggie


Derrick Rose hasn’t played in a regular season NBA game in a bullet. He’s just getting healthy enough to practice, but his brother isn’t wasting any

Good Morning: ‘Bron and Wade Keep Acting Like It’s Still The All-Star Game


The Miami Heat destroyed the Chicago Bulls last night, with Wade – in his new

Black History Month: Black and Blue


Charlie Scott, a New York playground legend is possibly one of the greatest to ever come out of Rucker Park. Once credited by Tiny Archibald with ‘inventing the crossover’, Scott was a baller’s baller. In 1966, legendary head co

Blood In UCLA’s Water


On the heels of Sports Illustrated’s piercing exposé into Ben Howland’s loosening grip over UCLA hoops program last March, Kentucky’s

HBCU Center: LeVelle Moton Has NCCU (aka “the Black Duke”) Rolling in the MEAC


College basketball is king in North Carolina and the Triangle is its throne. Been that way since Everett Case came down to Raleigh from Indiana just after World War II. Everyone knows the usual suspects: North Carolina State, North Carolina and D

Good Morning: 1.31.13


The Miami Heat showed what they are capable of in a dominating performance against the Brooklyn Nets, their first trip to Barclays Center, winning 105-85.


Half Court Press: Get Your Life Together, Northern Illinois


Can Jordan Lynch play basketball?

Can Dave Doeren or Rod Carey coach basketball?

Full Court Press: Miami Is Stealing the ACC’s Lunch Money


Jim Larranaga is onto something.

Seven years after leading the ultimate Cinderella team to the Final Four, the 63-year-old Bronx native may have rediscovere

Racism in European Soccer is a Disease; Mario Balotelli is the Cure


“There is no such thing as black Italian.”

These were the chants Mario Balotelli heard while on the pitch for Inter Milan. Those chants exemplify the kind of attitudes which surrounded Balotelli growing up in northern Italy,