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Full Court Press: Gonzaga Is Finally For Real


Gonzaga has finally joined the big boys.

After years of playing College Basketball’s most popular Mid-Major come tourney time, Mark Few’s winning ways and coaching acumen look to have paid off with a potential No. 1 seed in t

Up Close And Personal With The CIAA


It’s the biggest party that you didn’t know about. (And if you do, you wish you were here.)

The CIAA (which is pronounced C-I-double-A, stands for Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association, and is NCAA Division II)

Ron Artest: Queens Hood Legend


Regardless of what George Karl said about Metta World Peace’s hit on Kenneth Faried, which resulted in another flagrant-2 foul for the pugnacious Lakers forward, WP isn’t a dirty player. Neither was Ron Artest.

He’s alw

The Weekend In Tweets 3.4.13


This weekend was a perfect storm of pop culture on Twitter. We had a great Sunday of NBA basketball, several top 25 NCAA basketball matchups and Kevin Hart got his shot at hosting Saturday Night Live. People were tw

Wake Forest Retires CP3’s Jersey


Chris Paul returned to his alma matter, Wake Forest, on Saturday as the Deacons took on Maryland. At halftime, the former ACC point guard had his no. 3 jersey retired. During his final season as a sophomore, CP3 led the Demon Deacons to a no. 1 r

Chamique Holdsclaw, A Dream Deferred


The first time I met Chamique Holdsclaw was after a Christ The King High School basketball game in Queens, NY back in 1993. She was anything but disappointing. My cousin also attended the school, and he was a pretty dope basketball player himself

While You Were Working: The Atlanta Falcons Cleaned House


The Atlanta Falcons released three key veterans to clear some salary-cap space on Friday: running back Michael Turner, defensive end John Abraham and cornerback Dunta Robinson. By letting these guys go, the Falcons put themselves almost $16 milli

“40 Minutes of L” Racking Up Wins For The U


The fifth-ranked Miami Hurricanes aren’t supposed to be on pace for their first ACC regular season title or in the Top 25. The U isn’t even supposed to be playing Division I hoops. Thirty years ago, as Schnellenberger’s Hurrican

Full Court Press: Coach K No Longer Captain America


It’s easy to forget that just five years ago, United States basketball was struggling, stung from its bronze finishes at the 2004 Olympics and 2006 FIBA World Championships and wondering if the world had finally caught up.