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As expected, Sabrina Ionescu went first at last night’s WNBA Draft. Besides that, the former Oregon guard also signed a multimillion-dollar endorsement deal with Nike. Liberty Takes Ionescu New York Liberty got the opportunity to pick first at this year’s WNBA draft, which was a gift from heaven for the organization. Ionescu is considered to […]
Following news on March 13 that the NCAA is canceling March Madness, the United States’ most popular collegiate sports event, the NCAA’s SVP of Basketball Dan Gavitt also confirmed that the organization won’t be releasing brackets for the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. Brackets Canceled for March Madness On Friday, Gavitt first hinted that no […]
March Madness starts on Sunday, 15th March 2020, 18:00 ET. The tournaments will take place despite coronavirus worries. The NCAA has created an advisory panel to tackle any potential issue caused by the outbreak. As confirmed yesterday, the NCAA is going to hold the March Madness tournaments according to the schedule despite the coronavirus outbreak. […]
Purdue still a long shot for the 2020 March Madness title Odds improve significantly since victory against State Spartans Purdue need to improve their Away games and defeat Illinois The Purdue Boilermakers reaffirmed on Sunday what we already knew – the team has proven almost unbeatable on home turf. Can they put this same skill […]
If you looked up in the sky this week, you might have noticed a pig flying through the air. No, not literally, but you might as well have because the NCAA appears to be moving forward with a plan that will allow college athletes to make money off of their image and likeness, a scenario […]
Former Texas Tech and Big3 star Andre Emmett was shot and killed yesterday in Dallas. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. Andre Emmett Killed In Dallas Former Texas Tech star Andre Emmett was shot and killed early Monday morning in Dallas. The police do not have a motive for the murder. It is believed […]
Evidence appears to show Nike executives talking about making payments to Zion Williamson while he was still in high school. Nike Could Be in A Lot of Trouble Shoe giant Nike is in hot water as evidence has emerged that seems to prove that they are willing to pay high school athletes to represent their […]
The NCAA has instituted new rules that have changed the criteria for agents dealing with underclassmen that have led most people to call it the “Rich Paul” rule. Rich Paul Has Shaken Up the Establishment For anyone who thought Rich Paul‘s influence only extended to the NBA, the new NCAA rule regarding agents shows you […]
It’s mid-July, so of course, we should be talking about holiday tournaments in college basketball. While it may seem a little early, some of the top early-season tournaments have released their pairings recently, whetting any college basketball fan’s appetite for the feast of hoops to come in the late fall months. Here’s a quick look […]
Zion Williams wants to cut ties with marketing agency Lawsuit has been filed as a result Prime Sports says Zion might inflict financial damages up to $100 million Zion Williams has filed a lawsuit seeking to break all legal ties from Prime Sports, a marketing company that wants to continue representing the athlete without his […]
College basketball is loosing more underclassmen with each passing year which means the talent pool for the NCAA will continue to get worse.
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