Thursday, April 11, 2013

News On The Horizon 4/11/2013

2013-14 Preview: Mid Majors, Part II--Basketball Predictions

Reserves power Miami Heat to record night in win over Wizards--Miami Herald
A three-pointer by Jones gave Miami a 76-74 lead, and layups by Allen and Norris Cole pushed the Heat’s advantage to six points. Lewis then drilled a three-pointer from the corner to give the Heat a 12-0 run.

Ranking the 10 best dunks of this year’s college basketball season--The Dagger

7. Doug Anderson's alley-oop at Temple

Comment: Choosing which of reigning slam dunk champion Doug Anderson's jams to put on this list was not an easy task. You could easily argue for this follow dunk from back in November or the dunk that almost tore the rim right off the glass in a victory over Cleveland State in February.

Missouri Valley considers adding UIC--The Chicago Tribune

Phoenix women shoot for future success--UWGB Fourth Estate

Final Women’s Basketball Numbers--Panther Blog Zone

Delaware's Jamelle Hagins Fills Stat Sheet on Portsmouth Opening Night--Mid-Major Madness
But the leaders on the day were BYU's Brandon Davies, who had 16 points and eight rebounds, and Valparaiso's Ryan Broekhoff added 12 points, including two 3-pointers, in the win.

The mid-major pair in the starting lineup (and the two on the bench) out shined their major conference teammates in the 91-67 blowout.

Broekhoff still had trouble rebounding, but showed how he can stretch the floor with his range from deep, and Clark showed his shooting streakiness in this one (but a shooter has to shoot).
Deserving Yeo Named An All-Star--StacyPageOnline

Wright State men’s basketball players show off trick shots--Wright State University Sports

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