Sunday, July 31, 2016

News On The Horizon 7/30/2016

FSU men's basketball announces Detroit, Winthrop games--Noles 24/7
Former Titans Bass, Wilson to play basketball overseas--The Detroit News
Pair Of Titans Sign Professional
Men’s Basketball To Play At Illinois, Florida State In NIT Season

Trevian Bell commits to Green Bay--Phear The Phoenix

10 things learned from the Nike Skills Academy--HoopSeen

Last year, it was a battle between Kay Felder and Alec Peters for the Horizon League Player of the Year. While Felder is now suiting up for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Peters has returned back to college for one more year and it would seem that Peters is the best mid-major player in America. He had an okay first day in Los Angeles but he made sure to end the event in strong form. The 6-foot-7 forward hit on three 3-pointers during one spurt mixed in with an out of area putback. He showed off improved athleticism at the basket, a much stronger physique, and a go-getter mentality that should enable for ginormous numbers on any given night during his senior campaign.

New look WSU women’s team eager for new start--Dayton Daily News

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