Friday, October 25, 2013

News On The Horizon 10/25/2013

College Basketball Preview: Top 30 under-the-radar performers--Eye On College Basketball
3. Travis Bader


Vitals: 6-4 | SG

Comment: Put up 22.1 points per game last season, more than anyone on this list and No. 5 in the country. Barring injury, Bader will break the record for more 3-pointers in NCAA history sometime in January or early February. And it's a good thing he can bomb away, because Oakland's defense was not good last year. Played more minutes for his team than any other player in the country last season.
21. Kendrick Perry

Youngstown State

Vitals: 6-0 | SG

Comment: Preseason Player of the Year in the Horizon. Youngstown State is almost never thought about because the program's now gone more than 15 years without a 20-win season. They probably won't win 20 this year, but it won't be because of Perry, who's just as good on D as he is with the ball.

Another title, Dwyane Wade’s health may be key to LeBron James’ future with Miami Heat--Miami Herald
The Heat’s front office understands this just as much as James and also has positioned itself for multiple contingencies. Third-year guard Norris Cole is the only player on the Heat’s roster locked into a contract for the 2014-15 season, and even if the Heat wins its third consecutive championship, Riley, owner Micky Arison, Heat CEO Nick Arison and general manager Andy Elisburg will have some difficult decisions to make in the summer of 2014.

Titan Tip-Off a Slam

Off The Court With Lizzy

Infamous quotes by Oakland men's basketball coach Greg Kampe--Grizzlies Den


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Women's basketball: UWGB opens exhibition season Saturday against St. Cloud State--Green Bay Press Gazette
Women's Basketball Takes on St. Cloud State in Exhibition Game on

Injuries detract from UWM's annual open scrimmage--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Plenty Of Positives As Panthers Debut With Intrasquad

Valparaiso’s retooled roster ready for debut--The NWI Times
What You Need to Know - Valpo Men's

Donlon to UD: Want to shut us up? Then play.--Through the Arch

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