Lucky streak helped Miami Heat, too--Miami Herald
The further expansion of Norris Cole’s game has contributed to the bench’s production. Cole was 6 of 8 from three-point range during the back-to-back.
“He’s been working on that all year,” Spoelstra said of Cole’s three-point shooting. “We still want him to be an aggressive, attacking player.”
Spoelstra said the Heat has “slowly” helped Cole develop a reliable corner three-pointer.
“It’s steady improvement,” Spoelstra said. “It’s not drastic but steady.”
Peterson Abiad Earns Contract Extension--csuvikings.com
Detroit forward Doug Anderson to be in slam dunk contest--The Detroit News
Anderson Selected for the State Farm College Slam Dunk & 3-Point Championships--detroittitans.com
Brown Lights Up Penn For 32 As Titans Move Into WBI Championship--detroittitans.com
UWGB men's notebook: Brown likely to return, but will seek input on NBA draft--Green Bay Press Gazette
Men's basketball: Despite adversity, UWGB improved in Wardle's 3rd year--Green Bay Press Gazette
Phoenix proves too much for Detroit--UWGB Fourth Estate
Green Bay pushes past Valpo--UWGB Fourth Estate
Green Bay puts on dancing shoes--UWGB Fourth Estate
Panthers hoping to sign "top priority" Delaney--PantherU
The buzz on the buzzer-beaters: Legends recount 'blessings'--USA Today
2013 CBI Tournament: Semifinal Recaps--Mid-Major Madness
Final - 3.27.2013 1 2 TotalWright State’s CBI dreams die in 2nd half against Santa Clara--Wright State University Sports
Santa Clara Broncos 34 47 81
Wright St. Raiders 36 33 69
In Dayton, Wright State took a two point lead into the half, thanks to a buzzer-beating dunk by A.J. Pacher. The Raiders couldn't hang on to the momentum though, as Kevin Foster scored 21 second half points to lead Santa Clara to victory. The "Other" Broncos came out swinging in that second half, going on a 19-4 run, not allowing Wright State to cut it closer than seven points at any point in the final period.
Despite shooting better overall in the game (54.2% compared to the Broncos 48.4%), Wright State did not have near as many attempts as Santa Clara. The Broncos out-rebounded the Raiders 33-25 and forced 15 turnovers, while only committing six themselves.
Foster followed up his 34-point masterpiece against Purdue with yet another fantastic performance. His final tally was 33 points, four steals and three assists. Evan Roguemore added 16 points, five assists and two rebounds, while no other Bronco contributed more than nine points.
On the other side, Pacher finished his night with 17 points, eight rebounds and two assists, while Jerran Young and Miles Dixon scored 13 and ten points respectively.
George Mason and Santa Clara will now face off in a best-of-three championship series beginning April 1. Can the Patriots win the CBI trophy before they head to the Atlantic 10? Or will Kevin Foster and company reign supreme and take the trophy to the West Coast?
WSU’s Grant: CBI “one of the best things we have ever done “--Through the Arch
Raiders Fall to Santa Clara in CBI Semifinals--wsuraiders.com
Success equals sales--The Jambar
Seven Men's Basketball Players Named to NABC All-District Team--Horizon League Network
Detroit's Anderson Selected for Dunk Contest--Horizon League Network
Wright State Comes Up Short in CBI Semifinal--Horizon League Network