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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

TSL Co-Sign: The Reebok Question and Answer IV


Even after a full three years away from the game, Allen Iverson still gets questions. When is he coming back? When will he retire? When will we see him next? They won’t end until he comes back with answers, but there is one Question and one

Full Court Press: Legit Wooden Award Candidates Are Hard To Find


While the Wooden Award is certainly not the Heisman in terms of prestige and historical significance, the names adorning the Past Winners list is impressive, nonetheless—many of them tita

Half Court Press: Get Your Life Together, Northern Illinois


Can Jordan Lynch play basketball?

Can Dave Doeren or Rod Carey coach basketball?

Please Have Several Seats: The Pitino/Louisville Edition


Just 15 days ago, in TSL's college basketball midseason report, Louisville was my early favorite to capture the 2012-13 national cha

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

Coming To America: The Influx of African Players in American Sports


Names like Nnamdi Asomugha, Serge Ibaka, Osi Umenyiora, and Bismack Biyombo still challenge spell check, yet roll off the tongue of the American sports fan. The globalization of markets and cultures has many players from the African continent fil

The Big East Is Dead


Seven basketball-only schools plan to leave the Big East as a result of the latest realignment moves the conference has made. DePaul, Georgetown, Marquette, Providence, St. John's, Seton Hall and Villanova got together and decided that either

Good Morning: 11.21.12




The Knicks destroyed the Hornets last night, led by 'Melo's 29 points in 28 minutes