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- Former Rutgers Player Sues Over Ex-Basketball Coach Rice's Behavior
Coincidentally, she was struck by “Officer Mark Jackson.” Ya, and lemme guess — Lt. Greg Popovich is asking for his badge now. Ooh, and she was treated by Doc Rivers at the hospital! Footage of the hit inside…
The Pat Mayo Hour Podcast: Submit Andrew Wiggins Vs Jabari Parker Vs Julius Randle & NBA Two Week Check-In
Pat Mayo & SB Nation basketball writer James Herbert debate NBA draft prospects of freshmen Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker & Julius Randle and the level of excitement for this year’s NCAA season. Then, Pat gets James to catch him up on the NBA season through two weeks discussing the leap of Anthony Davis, teams’ inability to properly tank, Chris Paul’s hot start, the league’s top NBA league pass teams, Xaiver Henry’s epic dunk, the best mascots, Ricky Rubio’s upside, the health of Kobe Bryant, Andrew Bynum’s retirement talk and long shot bets for NBA MVP.
Don’t try and draw the charge. Please don’t try and draw the charge. Oh God — he’s trying to draw the charge. Oh no. Two absolutely insane posterizations after the jump…
We’ve been rebranded! In this episode of Off The Grid, we dip our toes into the Richie Incognito saga, talk to Chris Herring of the Wall Street Journal about the present and future of the Knicks (as well as how a Chicago native found himself on the New York beat) and debate whether a college championship trumps a good pro career.
Grantland Unveils Bracket For “Most Hated College Basketball Player Of The Last 30 Years,” Duke Gets Their Own Region
“Hate” is a strong word to use about anyone. And all these guys have probably contributed tens of millions of dollars to charity in their lives. What’s more, they are fathers and brothers and sons and mentors and DEAR GOD I HATED J.J. REDICK SO MUCH IT KEEPS ME UP AT NIGHT! He better win.
Jim Calhoun Didn’t Want To Retire After That Terrible 2011 National Championship Game, So He’s Going To Now
Longtime UConn Huskies men’s basketball coach Jim Calhoun is calling it a coaching career after 875 wins, three national titles, and an amount of health issues somewhere in the vast between. According to Andy Katz, the decision comes as a result of a few different factors, my favorite one being his inability to stand for 40 whole minutes and coach in his usual vociferous style. Because if you can’t coach vociferously, you shouldn’t coach by any other adverb. Read more after the jump.
Aaron Craft stepped to the free throw line after making his first free throw, trailing by 2. Intentional miss, right? Things got a little chaotic after that.
Today in: “Well, that was unnecessary”, we bring you the story of Erving Walker, the Florida Gators guard who allegedly stole a taco and didn’t get away with it. It wasn’t even a gourmet taco — it was the $3 dollar variety from a street vendor. Why, Erving, why?
So Now We Know: A $200 Wire Transfer For “Money To Eat” Kept Jamar Samuels Out Of His Final Collegiate Game
Although we don’t know all the details, it seems like a really unfortunate set of circumstances, and perhaps a big misunderstanding, led to Kansas State senior Jamar Samuels being held out of his team’s third round loss to Syracuse yesterday. Jamar is seen to the left in a suit, receiving the “Never Broken By Hardship Or Battle Award” last year.