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Poaching Problem: Mid-major college basketball teams fight 'slimy' recruiting from bigger schools

After one season in recent years, a Weber State men's basketball player walked into head coach Randy Rahe's office with a troubled look on his face after a freshman season of inconsistent playing time. “Can you believe this, coach?” the player said. “What's up? Is everything OK?” Rahe replied

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Duke Basketball: Don't count out Coach K to land Brandon Boston Jr.

Although most chatter from insiders suggests otherwise, Kentucky does not at all appear to have sealed the deal for a longtime Duke basketball target. Don't blindly buy the hype from Kentucky fans. The Duke basketball coaches are still alive, if not the leaders, in the race for Brandon Boston Jr.

Read more: https://balldurham.com/2019/06/16/duke-basketball-coach-k-land-boston/?src=rss

Davis brothers from La Crosse commit to play basketball for Wisconsin

MADISON – Wisconsin coach Greg Gard secured not one, but two oral commitments for the 2020 class on Saturday night. Shortly after watching La Crosse Central play its first game in UW's team camp, Gard met with brothers Johnny and Jordan Davis and their parents. The result: The Davis brothers gave

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These are the 5 most important players in the Pac-12 for the 2019-20 college basketball season

Here are the five players Andy Katz expects to make a lasting impact on their teams in the Pac-12 this season. AWARD CONTENDERS: Cousy Award | West Award | Erving Award | Malone Award | Abdul-Jabbar Award 1. McKinley Wright IV, 6-0, Jr., Colorado: Wright has been one of the hidden gems for two seasons

Read more: https://www.ncaa.com/news/basketball-men/article/2019-06-13/these-are-5-most-important-players-pac-12-2019-20-college?src=rss

A former college basketball player is leading the U.S. Open. Seriously.

Brooks Koepka might get all the buzz for his athleticism and honest desire that he'd play baseball over golf, but it's actually a different name on this U.S. Open leaderboard that had the most successful career in another sport. You'd be forgiven if “Steph Curry lite” isn't the first

Read more: https://www.sbnation.com/golf/2019/6/15/18680408/gary-woodland-college-basketball-career-us-open-kansas-washburn?src=rss

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