Wednesday, June 12, 2013

News On The Horizon 6/11/2013

San Antonio Spurs’ role players perform, but stars disappoint in Game 2--Miami Herald
Parker had 13 points, shooting just 5 for 14 with as many turnovers (five) as assists (five).

“We tried not to let him get comfortable with one matchup,” said Mario Chalmers, who outscored Parker 19-13 and defended him for a good chunk of the night, with James and Norris Cole also sharing the defensive load.
Heat's Mario Chalmers pulling his weight in the postseason--South Florida Sun Sentinel
The next step for Chalmers is to play with more consistency. He endured lapses throughout the season where he struggled, even being outplayed by backup Norris Cole during stretches. Now, he has played Parker to a standstill thus far in the series.

Detroit's Nick Minnerath set for workout with Detroit Pistons this week--The Detroit Free Press
What Makes Ray McCallum Jr. Unique As A NBA Draft Prospect Starts With His Dad--DIME Magazine
Vitale Inducted to 12th Hall of

Oakland to play Indiana next season--Grizzlies Den

Space Still Available In Panther Basketball Summer

For Drew brothers, it’s sibling revelry, not rivalry--The Waco Tribune
Ryan Broekhoff NBA Draft Workout--City League Hoops
Valparaiso Basketball What If... (2012-13 edition)--Inside VU Sports

Bowie Signs With Horizon League
Wright State picks up commitment from another Texas guard--Dayton Daily News

Student-Athletes Continue Dedication to Excellence in
Women’s Basketball Staff to Host Elite Camp on Aug.

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