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Early Entries - Who’s In/Who’s Out

Posted on 02. Apr, 2010 by Justin Shulman.

With the NCAA tournament winding down, players who have been eliminated are starting to make their plans for next season. Over the next month or…

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NCAA Tournament: Round One Standouts/Flops

Posted on 20. Mar, 2010 by Marcus Kwamie.

  In what might have been the best first round in the history of the NCAA Tournament, teams expected to make a deep run were falling…

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Filling Out Your Bracket - Everything You Need to Know: East Region

Posted on 15. Mar, 2010 by Nolan Shulman.

The NCAA tournament is upon us which means it's time to fill out your brackets and call in sick for Thursday/Friday.  It's the best two…

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Who is Number 3?

Posted on 09. Mar, 2010 by Marcus Kwamie.

With championship week and tourney time upon us, the increased media attention on college basketball offers prospects the greatest opportunity to position themselves on the…

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2010 Naismith Award Finalists

Posted on 24. Feb, 2010 by Justin Shulman.

This afternoon the Atlanta Tipoff Club and sponsor AT&T revealed the thirty student athletes who are finalists for the coveted Naismith Award.  The award is given annually, recognizing…

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NBA Draft Stocks-Atlantic Coast Conference

Posted on 19. Feb, 2010 by Justin Shulman.

With about a month's worth of games remaining on the regular season schedule, NBA draft prospects are jockying for position on the big boards. NBA…

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Scouts in the Crowd (Feb 8-14)

Posted on 08. Feb, 2010 by Justin Shulman.

With June's NBA draft creeping to the forefront, we have been in touch with some of our contacts around the league to see what games…

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NBA Draft: Stock Watch

Posted on 25. Nov, 2009 by Justin Shulman.

NBA Draft 2010-Stock Watch It isn’t quite March when college basketball is at it’s pinnacle, but there has been a lot of buzz early on…

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