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Poll: Will Kevin Durant Go Pro?

March 21st, 2007
NBA Draft

Freshman 10: NCAA Tournament Edition

March 21st, 2007
DukeWhat a boring great weekend of March Madness! The games were so poorly played exciting! Man, there were so many favorites Cinderellas making deep runs in the tourney!

 

Collegehoops.net All-Freshman Teams

March 8th, 2007

Nat'l Freshman of the Year: Kevin Durant (Texas)
High-Major Freshman of the Year: Jeremy Wise (Southern Miss)
Mid-Major Freshman of the Year: Stephen Curry (Davidson)

CHN First-Team All-Freshman
G: DJ Augustin (Texas)
G: Mike Conley (Ohio State)
F: Kevin Durant (Texas)
F: Brandan Wright (UCLA)
C: Greg Oden (Ohio State)

CHN Second-Team All-Freshman
G: Stephen Curry (Davidson)
G: Javaris Crittenton (Georgia Tech)
F: Chase Budinger (Arizona)
F: Ryan Anderson (Cal)
C: Spencer Hawes (Washington)

Oden & Durant: Like the Plot of an Eighties Movie

February 24th, 2007
NBA Draft

NBA general managers don’t see college superstars the way most people do. GM’s see them as potential soul mates. Or, more aptly, potential soul team-mates.

Big 12 Men's Basketball Awards

February 5th, 2007

Acie Law is Player of the Week.

Daily Dribble: 1/17

January 17th, 2007
Oklahoma St

3 OT's, 108 points, a crazy circus shot, two stars combining for 74 points, and a coach that looked like he was dying.. Texas-Oklahoma State had it all. I'm not sure which team I was more impressed with. Oklahoma State for managing to survive the end of regulation and three overtimes with their starting point guard and top defender having fouled out? Or Texas for simply going 3-OT's on the road at the #14 team in the country? The Cowboys hadn't lost a home game since February 13th last year, and even #7 Pitt couldn't topple the Boys at a semi-home game. Then again, Oklahoma State won with Tyler Hatch, a walk-on with 6 career field goals, playing 33 important minutes.