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“Nerdball” is headed north to Pullman, WA. Washington State University hired former USF head coach Kyle Smith as their next head coach. Kyle Smith replaces the recently fired Ernie Kent, who spent the last 5 seasons as the Cougars head coach. It has been a decade since Tony Bennett left the Palouse for the University […]Read More
The Eastern Conference semifinals are set. The top four teams in the East have all advanced and are loaded with talent that can reach The Finals While both semifinals should be exciting basketball, one gives a matchup between a team that many thought would be the best team in the East (Boston), versus the team […]Read More
Sweet redemption! A year after one of the most famous losses in college basketball history, the University of Virginia Cavaliers became the 2019 National Champions after defeating Texas Tech in an overtime thriller, 85-77. After becoming the first 1-seed to ever lose to a 16-seed, Virginia had 2 choices: 1. Drop their heads and sulks, […]Read More
Duke Survives! #1 seeded Duke Blue Devils survive an upset bid by ACC-foe 4th seeded Virginia Tech Hokies 75-73 in the Sweet Sixteen. It was an exciting back and forth game that saw the lead change hands numerous times. The young Duke team took the lead late, but not before the Virginia Tech Hokies had […]Read More
Shortly after firing Avery Johnson, the University of Alabama has hired Nate Oats as their next basketball coach. Oats comes to Tuscaloosa from the University of Buffalo. Oats is one of the hottest names in coaching circles. In his four seasons as head coach of the Bulls, Oats lead his team to three NCAA Tournaments, […]Read More
The best rivalry in sports is back as well as the Carolina break! Two of the college basketball’s most storied programs, Duke v Carolina (round 1) tipped off on Wednesday night in Cameron Indoor Stadium. The game was well-hyped as Duke, with all of its young talents, came into the game ranked #1 and North […]Read More
Basketball season is coming to a close. That means playoffs- win or go home. The competition will be intense and games will come down to the end of the game where one possession may make the difference between winning and losing. Is your team prepared for Late Game Prep? End of game/half/quarter/clock/etc. situations are often […]Read More
Today’s game of basketball is one of free-flowing that has a seamless transition from each phase of the game to the next. Every coach works tirelessly to get his team to be able to get out and run. Teams that can play at a certain pace and take the first best shot while being efficient […]Read More
The best rivalry in sports is back! Two of the college basketball’s most storied programs, Duke v Carolina (round 1) tipped off on Wednesday night in Cameron Indoor Stadium. The game was well-hyped as Duke, with all of its young talents, came into the game ranked #1 and North Carolina ranked #8. However, the game […]Read More
One of the most popular late game actions run by teams is the Hammer action. It has become prevalent amongst many NBA teams and is run across all of Europe. It is probably most associated with the San Antonio Spurs. Hammer action is a simple action. Teams have become very creative in finding ways to […]Read More