Could Auckland be the favorites to win at 22-23?

One team in Horizon League Basketball this off season lost the MVP of the Inter-League in the NBA draft, but it did a very good job of persuading the key players to move into their program for this next season. There is no arguing that Golden Grizzlies will miss productions from all over Jamal Cain … Read more

How does Joey Baker work as a Wolverine?

A lot of unexpected things were bound to happen before Joey Baker made his way to Ann Arbor, Michigan. First, he had to decide to leave Duke, which seemed incomprehensible after he publicly announced that he would use his “COVID year” to return to Durham for season five. But somewhere between April and May that … Read more

From brain surgery to college basketball: A flexible ride for a high school athlete

By Aaron Blankenship | Photos courtesy of Scott Dring Aidan Dring surprised and inspired his coaches and teammates to return to the Dublin Coffman basketball squad in time for the Shamrocks’ inaugural fall season, Less than three months after brain surgery. Despite his stamina severely impaired by 33 grueling radiotherapy treatments that ended just days … Read more

Lenny Rosenbluth Road to Chapel Hill

(Image: Getty) Lenny Rosenbluth took an indirect route to North Carolina. It’s a story almost as remarkable as his unparalleled accomplishments. The 1957 National Championship team captain and record holder for the most points ever by Tar Heel in three years passed away on Saturday at the age of 89. No one has come close … Read more

Lucas: Iverson adopts latest basketball project

Story links by Mike Senior Writer Madison, Wes. Whether it was developing an appetite for 3×3 basketball, or creating his own clothing line, Khalil Iverson was more than willing to engage in a conversation about his future. I’m past the small talk. Something that hasn’t always been the case in the past with the … Read more

Mathurin, Griffin, Davis, Sharp top wings in the NBA draft

Benedict Mathurin of Arizona, A. Griffin of Duke, and Johnny Davis of Wisconsin spent last season showing off their NBA potential in front of big college-level crowds, including the NCAA Championship. Sheldon Sharp ended up taking a different tack for next week’s draft. He never played a second for Kentucky before it was an abrupt … Read more

College basketball leaders are thinking about what the future of the game will look like

With over 1,700 players in the NCAA transfer portal, as well as countless names, image, and likeness contracts endorsed, and conferences (including the Southeastern Conference) adding or losing programs, college basketball is giving new meaning to the term “transitional game.” . What will college basketball look like in the future? Here is a selection of … Read more