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Poll: Who is the Best Unranked Team?

November 27th, 2007

Poll: Who Will Win the NIT Season Tip-Off?

November 21st, 2007

Three Stars of the Day: November 17th

November 17th, 2007
Memphis

Three Stars of The Day

 

Presenting a new daily feature on Collegehoops.net, the 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:

 

Preview: NIT Season Tip-Off

November 12th, 2007

Things change quickly in college basketball.  What was a dirty word in March – NIT – is now a positive.  For teams on the bubble last March, the prospect of playing in the NIT instead of the NCAA tournament was hard to stomach.  However, now that it is November, playing in the NIT – the Dick’s Sporting Good NIT Season Tip-Off – is a welcome experience.

2007-08 Syracuse Basketball Preview

October 25th, 2007
Syracuse

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Overall Rank: #21

Daily Dribble: Top 30 Big East Players

October 23rd, 2007
Big East

After a lengthy delay, I finally present the Top 30 players in the Big East. The ranking is expanded from the Top 25 due to size of the monstrous 16-team league. The Big East's Top 5 might not be as good as some other BCS leagues, but no conference comes close in terms of the overall talent pool

1. Dominic James, PG, Marquette - Coming off a down year, James will be playing for his NBA career
2. Roy Hibbert, C, Georgetown - Improving big man gives Hoyas a unique presence down low

2007-08 Big East Stats Preview: Part Two

September 30th, 2007
Big East

This is the statistical preview for the 2nd half of the Big East. The Pac-10 and SEC articles will go up in the next few days. Each one includes projected starting lineups, projected stats for each player, and a short comment. (Stats are listed in order of points, rebounds, then assists).

Providence

G Sharaud Curry - 14, 3, 5
G Wyinmi Efejuku - 17, 4, 3
F Geoff McDermott - 11, 8, 5
F Jonathan Kale - 9, 5, 1
C Randall Hanke - 11, 6, 1
6 Dwain Williams - 7, 2, 2

Impact Freshmen: Part Two

August 24th, 2007
DukeWith a loaded incoming freshmen class, and with the success of one-and-done stars in the 2006 class like Kevin Durant, Greg Oden and Brandan Wright, the pressure is on for some of the biggest names in recent high school basketball history.   This is the Second part of our series breaking down the situations that some of the country's top freshmen will be entering, and whether that could hurt or help their success.

Eric Gordon G Indiana

Invites to USA Basketball U19 Trials

May 31st, 2007
Gonzaga

20 of the nation's top basketball players 19 years old and younger (born on or after Jan. 1, 1988) have accepted invitations to participate in the June 28-30 USA Basketball Men's U19 World Championship Team Trials that will be held at the Dallas Mavericks' practice facility. The Trials will be used to select the finalists for the USA Basketball U19 World Championship Team that will look to return home with gold from the 2007 FIBA U19 World Championship that is being held in July 12-22 in Novi Sad, Serbia.