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Duke’s Marshall Plumlee Is A Hero On and Off the Court

Duke isn't just home to the Cameron Crazies. It's also the stomping grounds of one of the more recent college basketball legacies, the Plumlee's. Yeah, it's a stretch to call the Plumlee family a legacy, but considering what the three brothers have meant to Duke over the last decade, you can't argue their significance. The trio of brothers are made up of Marshall, Miles, and Mason. The latter two are
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2015 March Madness: Can A.J. English Help Iona Sneak In?

The Iona Gaels are likely a lock for the MAAC Conference regular season title. If all goes right they will win advance to the NCAA Tournament. With a full three weeks of the season remaining, the Gaels can't let up. With a potent offensive attack, March Madness can't come soon enough. Led by the scoring of A.J. English III and fellow junior, David Laury, the Gaels rank fifth in the nation
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Frank Kaminsky: Why He Is The Heart And Soul Of A Loaded Badgers Team

With a solid inside game and outside touch, Frank Kaminsky is the heart and soul of a loaded Wisconsin Badgers team. Wisconsin has lost two games this season. In the team's 67-62 loss against Rutgers, Kaminsky didn't play due to injury, and when the seven-foot senior is on the court, the Badgers can be nearly unbeatable. Kaminsky wasn't always the team's best player. In fact, he rarely saw the court
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NCAAB: Why Indiana Hoosiers PG Yogi Ferrell Is College Basketball’s Biggest Little Man

Yogi Ferrell only stands a modest 6'0, what he lacks in size, he makes up for in heart, as he is leading the charge for a hungry Indiana Hoosier team. Coming out of Park Tudor School, Ferrell was rated the nation's 19th best player in the class of 2012 by Rivals.com, and was also considered the best passer and top point guard in Indiana. His high school career was good
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NCAAB: St John’s C Chris Obekpa, An Old-School Player In Today’s Hoops

St. Johns starting center Chris Obekpa is a throwback player. He wears his gym shorts above the knee, taking us back to the days of Julius Erving, Wilt Chamberlin, and Bill Russell. However, when you watch Obekpa on the court you see more than just an old school look, you see an old-school game. Obekpa is a lost art in the game of basketball, a dominant rim protector. This season
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NCAAB: Utah Utes G Delon Wright Turning Heads

The Pac-12 seems to belong to Arizona, but watch out for Utah as the Utes are quietly turning some heads. The team's unquestioned leader is senior guard Delon Wright, who could be a first-round talent. Wright has NBA basketball in his blood. His brother Dorell plays on the Portland Trail Blazers, and Delon could be every bit as good as his older brother. Wright has an NBA-ready physique standing an
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NCAAB Quick Shots Recap: Clemson Beats Arkansas In Key Non-conference Matchup

Clemson beat Arkansas 68-65 in overtime during a non-conference match-up on Sunday. Both teams were looking to gain something from this match up.  Arkansas was looking to rebound from an embarrassing loss against Iowa State on Thursday while Clemson was trying to gain some momentum in their out of conference schedule as they prepare for SEC play in January. The first half played very much in Clemson's favor.  Arkansas was taking many quick, undesirable shots and they were not
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NCAAB: Will The Wichita State Shockers Run The Table?

The Wichita State Shockers looks like a much more complete team then they were a year ago. Losing Cleanthony Early doesn’t help them, but the Shockers are ranked 11th in the county, so there is still a lot of belief in the team. Wichita State has a few things working in their favor. First, they play in a relatively weak conference, as the Missouri Valley Conference doesn’t have a strong
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NCAAB: Can The Arkansas Razorbacks Sit Atop The College Basketball Landscape?

With football being the driving force behind the SEC, basketball tends to take a back seat. With Florida’s loss to Miami, only Kentucky looks to be top-25 worthy. However, fans should take notice of the Arkansas Razorbacks. Arkansas hasn’t been known for their basketball program as of late. This year, the team might finally get the respect it deserves, and possibly make the NCAA Tournament. In the Razorbacks first two
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NCAA Womens National Championship: UConn Solidifies Status Of Modern-Era Hoops Mecca

[caption id="attachment_24737" align="aligncenter" width="614"] Image courtesy of ESPN.com[/caption] NASHVILLE – One school, two teams, two titles. That is UConn in a nutshell. 24 hours after the UConn men’s team completed one of the most improable March Madness runs in a 60-54 win over the eighth-seeded Kentucky Wildcats, the Lady Huskies completed their pursuit of perfection in vanquishing and old nemesis from their Big East days, Notre Dame, 79-58 down in