39 Ryan Broekhoff Valparaiso Jr 1.287
109 Kendrick Perry Youngstown State So 1.177
151 Ray McCallum Detroit So 1.101
NBA Finals Features Plenty of College Stars--Rush The Court
March Madness fans probably remember Derek Fisher, Eric Maynor, and Norris Cole, too, each of whom led small schools to the NCAA Tournament through leading point guard roles. Now they are all valuable reserves for potential NBA champions, though Maynor has missed this season with an ACL tear in his knee.Thunder looks for answers to slow starts vs. Heat--Miami Herald
Finals debutNortheast Ohio's college hoops coaches embracing Coaches vs. Cancer program--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Heat rookie guard Norris Cole made his Finals debut in Game 2. He played 13 minutes 17 seconds and had two points.
Of the seven NBA draft picks from Cleveland State, Cole is the second player from the university to play in an NBA Finals, according to the NBA’s player database. Franklin Edwards came off the bench for the Sixers in their 1983 NBA Finals sweep of the Los Angeles Lakers.
“He wanted to play so bad,” Wade said of Cole. “He did well in the minutes that he played.”
Wade said the pairing of Cole and starting point guard Mario Chalmers allowed “me to have a chance to get off of [the ball] and make other moves and make other decisions, so I liked it.”
Chalmers played more than 39 minutes in Game 2 but was just 1 of 7 from the field for three points.
Dayton Transfer visits Cleveland State --Cleveland State Hoops
Report: Top JUCO Prospect Majok Signs With Cleveland State--Cleveland State Hoops
Cedric Jackson to workout for Golden State--Cleveland State Hoops
The year of the floor general--FoxNews
Philadelphia, PA – The point guard position is comparable to the quarterback in football in terms of overall importance and ability to affect a game.Warren Central’s Calhoun on Detroit situation--The Indy Star
With Kendall Marshall and Damien Lillard moving on, the 2012-13 Bob Cousy Award, which goes to the nation's top point guard, is up for grabs. The following is an early list of the top contenders:
RAY MCCALLUM - The two-time All-Horizon League honoree has thrived while playing for his father at Detroit. McCallum led the Titans to the NCAA Tournament with four wins in a row in the HL Tournament. The former McDonald's All-American finished second in the conference in scoring (15.4 ppg) and third in assists (4.0 apg). He is attending Chris Paul's CP3 Elite Guard Camp this summer to hone his skills even further as he prepares to lead Detroit back to the Big Dance.
Ex-Wolverine Carlton Brundidge says he's going to Detroit Mercy--The Detroit Free Press
Former Michigan basketball player Carlton Brundidge transfers to Detroit Mercy--The Detroit News
Summer Camp Season Tips Off With Elite Camp--detroittitans.com
Detroit Adds Michigan Transfer Carlton Brundidge--detroittitans.com
Women's Basketball Incoming Freshman Rosanna Reynolds Featured In Sunday's Detroit Free Press As A Scholar Athlete--detroittitans.com
Notre Dame, Northwestern, DePaul, Loyola head APR honors--The Chicago Tribune
Lindfors transfers to Loyola--Daily Herald
Loyola Awards Scholarship to Gabby Micek--LoyolaRamblers.com
Courtney Lindfors Joins Loyola Women's Basketball--LoyolaRamblers.com
Green Bay hopes recruits call, maybe--College Basketball Nation Blog
SummerTimeOut Featuring Sarah Eichler--GreenBayPhoenix.com
Fans Invited to Evening at the Ballpark with Coach Borseth--GreenBayPhoenix.com
Lindfors leaves UWM for Loyola--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Last Year's Top 100 Players--Basketball Prospectus
60. PF Ryan Broekhoff, Valparaiso, Jr. (Me: unranked; CBS: unranked)
Broekhoff had a supremely efficient season as the second option for a pretty average Valparaiso team. He shot 60/39/80 and ranked in the top 50 nationally in defensive rebounding rate.
Head Coach Jerry Slocum, NE Ohio Division I Coaches Unite For Coaches vs. Cancer Program--ysusports.com
Women's Basketball Adds Three for 2012-13--ysusports.com