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Clemson Coach Brad Brownell Confronts UNC’s Roy Williams In Heated Exchange


The Clemson-UNC game was as heated as it gets, with the Tar Heels coming out on top, 89-86, thanks to Joel Berry’s 31 points. The heat didn’t disappear after the ... Read More »

Villanova Survives Creighton Behind Jalen Brunson’s 27


Creighton learned Villanova are the defending NCAA champions for a reason. The Wildcats overcame an early 10-point deficit, Josh Hart’s slow start and a frenzied crowd to defeat No. 10 ... Read More »

St. John’s Transfer Yankuba Sima Chooses Oklahoma State


Oklahoma State has landed another solid big man in the person of St. John’s transfer Yankuba Sima. The transfer destination of Sima was first reported by Jon Rothstein of FanRag ... Read More »

Charles O’Bannon Jr Picks USC Over UCLA


The name O’Bannon will forever be linked to UCLA but one next generation guy decides to blaze his own trail. Charles O’Bannon Jr., whose father and uncle starred at UCLA ... Read More »

Jarred Vanderbilt Commits To Kentucky


Kentucky’s haul for the 2017 class is looking good so far as 6-foot-7 wing Jarred Vanderbilt pledged to the Wildcats. Vanderbilt picked Kentucky over Oregon, TCU and North Carolina. He’s a ... Read More »

Grayson Allen Suspended For Third Tripping Incident


Grayson Allen is at it again and this time, he had to pay for it. Duke Blue Devils head coach Mike Krzyzewski announced Thursday that junior guard Grayson Allen has ... Read More »

Maryland’s Michal Cekovsky Beats Halftime Buzzer In Style


Maryland trailed Charlotte by the slimmest of margins, 37-36, at the half but it could have been three if not for Michal Cekovsky’s stylish buzzer-beater. Cekovsky, the 7-foot-1 junior center, ... Read More »

Louisville Outlasts Kentucky, 73-70, In Thriller


After two forgettable rivalry games, Quentin Snider decided it’s his time. Snider scored a career-high 22 points, including a key drive with 1:44 remaining, and Jaylen Johnson and Donovan Mitchell combined ... Read More »

Grayson Allen Flops And Gets The Phantom Call


Here’a lesson kids: If you miss a wide open layup, just flop so hard so the referees call it. In short, do it like Grayson Allen. The Duke shooting guard ... Read More »

Wright State Forward Steven Davis With Huge Posterization


How do you know if it’s a really good poster dunk? When you’re in Division II and you still made it to ESPN Sportscenter highlights. In a complete demolition job, ... Read More »