Wednesday, April 17, 2013

News On The Horizon 4/17/2013

Miami Heat bench ready when duty calls--Miami Herald
He’s not a veteran like Lewis, but Norris Cole and his performance against the Cavaliers were just the latest examples of that professionalism and depth. The Heat’s backup point guard finished Monday’s game with 16 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists. Yes, his youth might have contributed to those two missed free throws, but his ability to mentally block out those misses and then block Kyrie Irving’s shot moments later was a display of maturity.

“Awesome job,” Lewis said. “Kyrie Irving is an All-Star and one of the best point guards in the league and he’s especially a great one-on-one player and he [isolated] Cole at the end of the game and he came up with a big steal. That’s the reason why we won that game, because Kyrie Irving would have gotten a great look at the rim.”
Norris Cole stepping forward for Miami Heat in advance of NBA playoffs--South Florida Sun Sentinel
Gee hired by Longwood University--The Cauldron

Title brings new friends--Varsity Press
Ray's big decision: Stay or go?--Varsity Press
Men's Basketball 2013 Summer Camps

Loyola accepts MVC invite; news conference set for Fri.--CBS Sports

Rob Demovsky--Home Stretch
Second mistreatment complaint filed against UW-Green Bay coach Brian Wardle--USA Today
Second complaint lodged against UW-Green Bay coach--CBS Sports
Men's basketball: UWGB player's dad supports Wardle--Green Bay Press Gazette
Men's basketball: UWGB player's father supports Wardle--UWGB Hoops Blog

Women's Basketball Banquet to be Held April

Men's Basketball Announces Award Winners at Annual

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