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The Champions Classic lived up to its huge expectations last night when Kentucky and Michigan State battled down to the wire followed by the Freshman led Duke and Kansas teams battling onto the final minutes.
We've been extolling the virtuoso talent of Kansas freshman Andrew Wiggins since he burst onto the scene over the last two years.
Once we saw the schedule had Denver and Cleveland last night, we set our watches.
Well, there are certainly worse ways to open up a new arena.
The Suns had a grand plan all this time, the team said, and this season's offseason moves were the culmination of deals they were eyeing since 2010.
*This is the second edition in a four-part series this week where we will have four writers arguing the national championship credentials for the only NCAA teams left in March Madness: Ohio State, Kansas, Kentucky and Louisville.
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*College basketball is here (unlike the NBA), and this year might be one of the best in recent memory.
After an outstanding three-year career at Kansas, which included a 2008 NCAA Championship and three Big 12 titles during his tenure, Cole Aldrich was a Lottery pick this June.
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It's safe to say that in one year, John Calipari has turned Kentucky into NBA U.
I always love when colleges put us behind the scenes with their programs and their players.
That's right, the college hoops season is here and you know what that means: it's time to unleash the mother effing fury! For the past seven months, I've been bottling up a vicious mixture of excitement and rage, just waiting for the moment to release my emotions onto the rest of the world.
Harrison Barnes is the best high school ballplayer in the country.
At one time in his life, LeBron James was just simply LeBron James.
When John Calipari decided to leave Memphis for Kentucky, he was doing so realizing that there was a possibility that his superstar-studded recruiting class wouldn't remain intact.