Tuesday, the Big East kicked off its 30th season in the Big East Tournament. Here are 10 incredible moments from the last 30 years of Big East championship play that still resonate today. Click on the links to watch the plays. “Cardiac Kemba!” Walker Drops Gary McGhee Prior to the Big East tournament nobody considered UConn a national championship contender. However,
I don’t read the International Business Times but today I stumbled upon a sports column on their site that made the Wall Street Journal read like the ESPN Sports Almanac. After reading it, I reached in my drawer and threw a flag on the table. It reminded me of why news writers should stick to politics and stay out
After Sports Illustrated shined a light on the inner workings of UCLA basketball under Ben Howland, don’t be surprised if Howland stands for the Bruins regular season finale tonight against Washington State. With a sub-.500 record for the third season in a row, Howland’s should keep his coaching hot seat from any flammable liquids. There isn’t one singular reason for
The most high profile Drummond since a wealthy businessman adopted Gary Coleman is the best walk-on in college basketball. UConn’s freshman phenom, Andre Drummond has the world-class athleticism of #1 overall pick, the fundamentals of a low mid-major role player and the size of an NBA center. Of the 122 field goals he’s made this season, 63 have been dunks.
1) Rumors circulated today that the Lakers had signed former All-Star shooting guard Gilbert Arenas. Fortunately, they proved to be false. Besides the next time Metta World Peace loses it, do you really want to take a chance that he knows where Arenas stores his locker room piece? (see: John Brisker) 2) JR Smith made his Knicks debut on