I’ve noticed a lot of Oakland fans still skeptical about the news that the Golden Grizzlies will be jumping to the Horizon League in the immediate future. PantherU.com’s Jimmy Lemke, who has confirmed the news again and also broke other re-alignment news regarding the conference, joined me for a podcast today to relieve fans of their curiosity.Punched In: Signing off on Oakland-to-Horizon, UFC 159, Westbrook and more--Press Row's Not Safe
We also discussed the strengths of some of the other Horizon League sports as it pertains to Oakland, whether the jump will happen for the 2013-2014 academic year or not, and what other schools might the league be looking to add (an addition of Oakland puts the league at nine).
Consistency issues a thing of the past for Mario Chalmers--South Florida Sun Sentinel
"If you're going to talk about the Heat, you're always going to talk about the Big Three," Chalmers said. "What we do, me, UD [Udonis Haslem], [Norris] Cole and everybody else, we just fly under the radar and do what we can for the team."Cleveland State to Play at Kentucky on Nov. 25--csuvikings.com
The maturation in Chalmers is shown in his reaction to second-year guard Norris Cole's emergence in the first round against the Milwaukee Bucks. Cole played well enough to earn most of the fourth-quarter minutes.
The old Chalmers might have taken it as a threat to his playing time. The new Chalmers looks at it as preparing Cole if the team needs him during the playoff run.
"It's not motivation to me," Chalmers said. "I'm motivated through myself. It's a collective thing. It's all about the team. If [Cole] is playing good, that makes our team better. There's no pressure on me. You know me, I never show it even if I'm under pressure. I'm excited that he's playing good."
Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said he will base the point guard minutes in the second round on a game-by-game basis. Having options is the reason they drafted Cole, adding him as a complement to Chalmers.
UDM's Ray McCallum will leave father's team to enter NBA draft--The Detroit Free Press
Ex-Green Bay player details ugly accusations against coach Brian Wardle--CollegeBasketballTalk
UW-Green Bay center Alec Brown: ‘A lot of the stuff [that's been] said is not true’--CollegeBasketballTalk
Ex-Green Bay forward Brennan Cougill supports teammate’s allegations--CollegeBasketballTalk
If accusations against Brian Wardle are true, then his job should be in jeopardy--The Dagger
Wisconsin Green Bay Player Accuses Coach Of Making Him Poop His Pants--Black Sports Online
Complaints against UWGB coach go public--College Basketball Nation Blog
Players defend UWGB coach on radio--College Basketball Nation Blog
UWGB players argue over accusations--College Basketball Nation Blog
3-point shot: UWGB learns from Rutgers--College Basketball Nation Blog
Former Wis.-Green Bay player details abuse allegations--USA Today
Green Bay players offer differing views on allegations--USA Today
Two Green Bay players insist claims against Wardle are untrue--Eye On College Basketball
Cougill supports former teammate's allegations against Wardle--FOX 11 Sports
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay basketball coach accused of player abuse--The Other Paper
UWGB Hoops Coach Brian Wardle Will Make You Run Until You Poop--Deadspin
Men's basketball: Teammate backs player's allegation against UWGB coach--Green Bay Press Gazette
Allegations against UWGB coach Wardle could have impact on recruiting--Green Bay Press Gazette
Ritchie, Sension to play in China--UWGB Fourth Estate
Division I College Basketball Players Are Incredible Athletes; Not Even The Mighty NFL Can Deny It--Rush The Court
Panthers open talks about U.S. Cellular Arena--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Brown, Perry Speeches Highlight Scholar-Athlete Banquet--ysusports.com