Friday, April 12, 2013

News On The Horizon 4/12/2013

What I Will (And Won’t) Miss About The 2012-13 Season--Sports Illustrated
Will Miss: Buzzer-beaters
Here are 27 of them. Good times.

Former Green Bay walk-on accuses coach of verbal 'mistreatment'--Eye On College Basketball

Breakers head west on the verge on NBL title
Game One saw the Breakers show off their wide-range of offensive options, with Daryl Corletto stepping up to drop 19 points on 7-of-10 shooting, covering for reduced production from Thomas Abercrombie, Cedric Jackson and CJ Bruton.
New Zealand
- Both Dillon Boucher and Cedric Jackson fouled out in Game One – they are among three Breakers’ in the top 10 in the NBL for fouls committed, led by Mika Vukona (#1 in NBL at 3.4 per game) with Jackson (#6 at 2.9) and Boucher (#7 at 2.9) close behind.
Eirk Spoelstra says Miller, Miami Heat reserves figure into NBA playoffs rotation--South Florida Sun Sentinel
Prior to giving his starters time to deal with nagging ailments, Spoelstra largely had reduced his rotation to nine players, with Chris Bosh, Udonis Haslem, LeBron James, Wade and Mario Chalmers starting, and the bulk of the bench minutes going to Shane Battier, Ray Allen, Norris Cole and Chris Andersen.
Report: Jalen James to Visit Cleveland State--Cleveland State Hoops
Report: St. Ignatius' Derek Sloan headed to Cleveland State--Cleveland State Hoops

McCallum Earns DI-AAA Scholar-Athlete

Brown Tabbed Honorable Mention All-American By

Averkamp Named To Division I-AAA Scholar-Athlete

Report: Green Bay investigating behavior of head coach Brian Wardle--CollegeBasketballTalk
UW-Green Bay investigating coach Brian Wardle for alleged player mistreatment--USA Today
Men's college basketball: UW-Green Bay starts investigation of coach Brian
Mike Vandermause column: UWGB taking fair course with Wardle investigation--Green Bay Press Gazette
UWGB opens investigation of men's basketball coach Wardle--UWGB Hoops Blog

Women's Basketball Recruits Sport Numerous Postseason

Is Demetrius Harris Headed To The NFL?--Panther Blog Zone

Barnes hopes to continue improvement of YSU program--Youngstown Vindicator
YSU returning players are OK with new hire--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Barnes new YSU women's coach--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
John Barnes Introduced as Youngstown State's Head Women's Basketball

Averkamp, McCallum Earn DI-AAA Scholar-Athlete Honors--Horizon League Network

Interview: John Barnes--Horizon League Network

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