Shaka Is Smart With Legendary Run Through Tourney

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It wasn’t long ago when Shaka Smart, a 33-year old known as one of the smartest Colonial head coaches for leading VCU on a magical journey, arrived at Siegel Center shortly after 1 a.m. where he was greeted by nearly 5,000 supporters inside the home arena. It’s one thing for a venue to express much […]

Bracket Busters: Kentucky Enters Final Four with Another Upset, Tops North Carolina

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AP Photo/Frank Franklin II Man, you just gotta love these upsets, I’m telling you! Kentucky dropped another bomb to a top-seeded team’s hopes, dropping North Carolina in a 76-69 victory. Brandon Knight was recently coming off a game where he led the Wildcats over the Ohio State Buckeyes. Now he’s leading them over the Tar […]

Kansas’ Date With VCU Embodied the Greatest Cinderella Tale

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So this was the year when Cinderellas were born, when abnormal events ruined brackets and turned a compelling tournament upside down and when the suspense elevated obscurity in a mystified sports event that hijacked are consciousness in March. Believed to be the largest upset in recent memory, if not in tournament history, the Kansas Jayhawks […]

Bracket Busters: VCU Channels Another Upset, Drops Kansas to Advance to Final Four

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Ronald Martinez/Getty Images Face it, your bracket is probably messed up. Thanks to teams like Butler and VCU, top teams are being knocked off and people’s brackets are way off. I never would have thought of Butler or VCU advancing to the Final Four. Probably zero percent of the population predicted a VCU-Butler match-up to […]

Walker Defines Otherworldly Talent: Huskies On Pace to Cut Down Nets

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If March is the month when we have fallen in love with college hoops, when filling out brackets become a common rite, and when we are hypnotized with the infatuation of rooting for the underdog, we can fall in love with Kemba Walker and the UConn Huskies. In another week, of course, Connecticut just might […]

Big Apple No More: Knicks Continue to Struggle with Carmelo Anthony

The Knicks have been 6-13 since acquiring Anthony in February. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton) When the New York Knicks traded for the All-Star small-forward in Carmelo Anthony, the Big Apple was expecting great things from him. Anthony wanted out of Denver, but it looks like he wants to be with that team one more time after […]

Butler Rides Back to the Final Four While Walker Puts Up Another Show

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Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images Nobody, and I bet nobody, would have thought that this Gordon Hayward-less Butler Bulldogs team would make it back to the Final Four. A team that struggled in their own Horizon League is now back into the Final Four. They are dropping teams like no other: Old Dominion, Pittsburgh, and Wisconsin. […]

Jared Sullinger To Stay at Ohio State? Not a Good Idea

Sullinger is making the wrong choice if he decides to stay at Ohio State. (Chris Trotman/Getty Images) Thanks to Brandon Knight, Jared Sullinger’s college career was over. Knight would make a key shot with five seconds left for the Kentucky Wildcats to knock off Sullinger’s Ohio State Buckeyes, 62-60, to advance into the Elite Eight […]

Calipari a Real Ambassador In Kentucky: Cease Additional Mockery

We know what happened, of course, in his prior coaching jobs. Critics ripped out the soul of a master at coaching kids at the college level. It’s a shame there was no bigger fraudulent coach maintaining a collegiate profession, dealing with adversity, and tattering images. Critics perceived him as a fool, but he wasn’t much […]

Kemba Walker Is the Star of Madness, As Arizona Raises Fear

It was a game of the most magical explanation, to prove that the Big East may just be fortunate to possess the dominant powerhouses in the tournament. The conference needed and, oh, sustained a flawless tale, as we can pencil in third-ranked Connecticut for the Elite Eight. The bliss emanated in Southern California because the […]

Video: South Dakota Player Hits the Shot of the Year

In a South Dakota high school basketball tournament game between Pierre High and Sturgis High, Pierre point guard Terrelle Walker might have hit the shot of the year. With two seconds left, Pierre High was down and needed a shot to win the game. The inbounds pass would be tipped by a Sturgis High player. […]

Celtics or Spurs; Which Championship Window Closes First?

For the past 2-3 seasons, a couple of stories in the NBA were how the Spurs and Celtics somehow outsmarted age. Like they were drinking from that fountain of youth that everyone wishes they could find. But we know that eventually, the window will close. But whose closing first? Celtics or Spurs? Spurs average age […]

Steve Fisher, SDSU Creates a Feel-Good Story in Tourney

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He is much too well-respected to be forgotten in this tourney, and respectfully, has been recognized for the recent development at one of the most ambitious universities in college hoops this March. The most powerful person is the local ambassador by the name of Steve Fisher, a cornerstone for San Diego State, considering that the […]

Video: WTF? Rondo Doesn’t Go for Easy Breakaway Layup

In the Boston Celtics-Memphis Grizzlies game last night, Rajon Rondo had a real good chance of putting Boston up by one. Rondo had an easy, breakaway lay-up wide-open for him, but then decides not to and rolls back. Rondo finished with two-of-twelve shooting as Boston lost, 90-87. Rondo should have just taken the shot, I […]