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Three Stars of the Night: Christmas, Goldwire, Vaden

January 17th, 2008
Charlotte

 

Three Stars of The Day

 

We handpick the best performances of the day, whether it be stat lines that make you drool, or clutch performances.  Either way, its our way of showing the love:

 

Temple Signs Ramone Moore

May 31st, 2007

PHILADELPHIA (05/31/07) – Ramone Moore, a 6-4 guard from Southern High, has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Temple University on a men’s basketball scholarship. Moore becomes the fifth member of Temple head coach Fran Dunphy’s first full recruiting class, joining early signees - 6-9 forward Lavoy Allen, 6-10 forward Micheal Eric, 6-2 guard Martavis Kee and 6-8 forward Craig Williams.

Temple's Salisbery Invited to Pre-Draft Camp

May 16th, 2007
NBA Draft

PHILADELPHIA (05/16/07) – Temple University senior guard Dustin Salisbery has been invited to the 2007 NBA Pre-Draft Camp held at Disney’s Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Fla. Salisbery earned his invitation to the prestigious camp with his stellar showing at The Portsmouth Invitational (April 4-7) where he averaged 16.7 points and eight rebounds per game to garner all-tournament honors.

Temple Adds Fourth to Solid Class

April 18th, 2007

PHILADELPHIA (04/17/07) – Craig Williams, a 6-8, 230-pound forward out of Central High in St. Croix, Virgin Islands, has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Temple University on a men’s basketball scholarship. Williams becomes the fourth member of Temple head coach Fran Dunphy’s first full recruiting class, joining early signees - 6-9 forward Lavoy Allen, 6-10 forward Micheal Eric and 6-2 guard Martavis Kee.

Collegehoops.net All-Improved Team

March 27th, 2007
Michigan St
Most Improved Player: Herbert Hill (Providence)

All-Improved Team


G: Aaron Brooks (Oregon)
G: Acie Law (Texas A&M)
G: Drew Neitzel (Michigan State)
F: Dionte Christmas (Temple)
C: Hebert Hill (Providence)

 

- Last year’s CHN Most Improved Player was Florida’s Joakim Noah.

 

Daily Dribble: 12/06

December 6th, 2006
Louisville

The difference as usual for LSU in their win over #6 Texas A&M was that they had Glen Davis, while their opponent didn't. Lost in Florida's championship, Tyler Hansbrough's Player of the Year hype, and this year's stellar class, is that Davis just might be the country's best player. Big Baby had 24 points and 9 rebounds to key the win. And this isn't one of those 24 point efforts in an up and down game where both teams are scoring into the 80's or beyond. This is 24 points in a game featuring two tight defenses, limited possessions, and where Davis' 9 field goals were almost half of LSU's 20. A&M was led by Antanas Kavaliauskas who is quietly becoming a major offensive player for Billy Gillispie. The big Lithuanian added 18 points a game after setting a career high with 23 against Pacific.

2006-07 Preview: Team's #121-130

October 2nd, 2006
Capsules of teams ranked 121st to 130th in CHN's 144 Teams in 144 Days Preview.