College basketball rankings: Duke, Michigan State lead preseason AP Poll –

The first AP Top 25 of the 2017-18 season is here. There’s plenty to discuss, but first, a look at the full poll: Duke checks in at No. 1, which is no surprise. The Blue Devils have Grayson Allen to go with perhaps the best crop of freshmen in the country: Marvin Bagley, […]

NBA DFS for November 1: Best DraftKings, FanDuel daily fantasy basketball picks –

Before you enter enter a daily fantasy basketball tournament for NBA action on Wednesday night, you need to hear what professional DFS player Mike McClure has to say. McClure has more than $1 million in career DFS winnings and is off to a red-hot start this season, already cashing multiple tournament and cash game rosters. […]

Wisconsin-Northern Iowa basketball score: recap, stats, watch online –

Wisconsin basketball plays against Northern Iowa in an exhibition game on Wednesday, Nov. 1. The game starts at 7 p.m. CT. Stay here for score, stats and box score from the game below. The exhibition game will benefit Team Rubicon, which deploys response teams to disaster areas and has hurricane relief operations underway in Houston […]

College basketball: Xavier has core of Elite 8 team back, including Bluiett –

CINCINNATI — Trevon Bluiett came up just short of his biggest goal: Get Xavier to its first Final Four. He wasn’t sure whether he’d go to the NBA after last season or return for a final one with a Musketeers team that’s loaded with talent. RELATED: USA Today Coaches Preseason One of the […]

Meet the man tasked with making IU basketball the strongest in Big Ten – Indianapolis Star

CLOSE IU basketball players De’Ron Davis, Robert Johnson and Juwan Morgan discuss returning in a leadership role. New IU strength and conditioning coach Clif Marshall works with Hoosiers freshman Josh Smith.(Photo: Courtesy of IU Athletics) BLOOMINGTON – As Clif Marshall made the three-hour drive from Cincinnati to Bloomington last spring, he thought he had made […]

Maryland freshmen Fernando and Morsell bring new dimension to Terps men’s basketball – Baltimore Sun

As a freshman three years ago, Michal Cekovsky barely spoke any English and hardly seemed ready to assume a starting role on the Maryland men’s basketball team. Fellow freshman Jared Nickens certainly knew the language, but aside from knocking down some clutch 3-pointers, you’d barely notice he was there. Now seniors, Cekovsky and Nickens are […]

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