Isiah Thomas accepts coaching job at FIU

NBA great and former Knicks coach/President Isiah Thomas was named head coach for Florida International University’s basketball program on Tuesday afternoon. Zeke’s tenure in New York was marked by controversy both on and off the court. He routinely had public disputes with his players and was accused of sexually harassing a female staffer in the […]

This Is Definitely Getting Out Of Hand: Greg Paulus To Play For Michigan?

Oh no, this isn’t a joke. I don’t know about you, but it took me all day yesterday to wrap my brain around the reasons that the Packers would be interested in Greg Paulus. Now, today I have to wake up to this: According to sources close to the situation, the former Duke point guard […]

If His Twitter Account Is Any Indication, Hasheem Thabeet Doesn’t Seem To Be Heading Back To UConn

If you take a look at our twitter account, you will notice that we haven’t really gotten into the whole following every athlete that is supposedly tweeting for themselves. So we’ll have to depend on a second hand account for this one. Apparently, Thabeet, who has yet to declare his intentions for next year, is […]

UConn women reach perfection, can you say 39-0?

For the sixth time in school history the women of UConn are national champs. They defeated the Louisville Cardinals 76-54 on Tuesday night in St. Louis. To say they were dominate would be an understatement. Not only did they win every game this season, but they defeated every opponent by double-digits. All-Americans Maya Moore and […]

At This Exact Moment, Michigan State Knew They Were Screwed

In every game, there is a defining moment where the tide turns. The moment where one team takes control of a game and never relinquishes it. For North Carolina, that moment didn’t happen last night. No, it happened before last night. The minute Tyler Hansbrough jogged past the Michigan State Spartans in a hallway, everything […]

Tarheels win another title

Over 72,000 fans gathered in Ford Field to witness the North Carolina Tarheels beat the Michigan State Spartans 89-72 on Monday night. The Spartans definitely had the home court advantage, but failed to deliver on the court. Led by All-Americans Tyler Hansbrough and Ty Lawson, North Carolina blitzed MSU early and never looked back. A […]

The Only Negative Of Michigan State Advancing To Tonight’s Championship Game Is Now Jim Delany Has A Reason To Open His Mouth

This here is Jim Delany. You know him. He’s the commissioner of the Big Ten. And he’s the same Jim Delany that thinks the Big Ten’s s#@t don’t stink. Now that Michigan State will play in tonight’s championship game, he’s taking the opportunity to rub it in the face of all of those that had […]

Ty Lawson Loves His Craps

On Friday we learned that Ty Lawson had won $250 playing craps during his down time in Detroit as the Tarheels’ prepared for the Final Four. We got in last night, and Coach (Roy Williams) gave us a curfew of 1:30, Lawson said when asked if he had visited any casinos. I went over to […]

Blake Griffin is AP Player of the Year

Blake Griffin was the most dominating player in the college game this season and today received The Associated Press Player of the Year award. The Oklahoma sophomore foward averaged 22.7 points and a nation leading 14.4 rebounds per game. He led the Sooners the a 30-6 record and they reached the Regional Finals of the […]

After A Thorough 5 Month Search, The Arizona Wildcats Have Hired……..Tim Floyd?

Yep, I’m just as stunned as you. According to ESPN, Arizona is set to hire Tim Floyd as their next head basketball coach. I’m kinda confused by this move because there are obviously better and younger names out there. Jeff Capel and Mark Few are two names that come to mind. Now, I’m not saying […]

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