Tag Archives: NCAA

Pieno Zvaigzdes adds size with Yancy Gates

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Lithuanian basketball club Pieno Zvaigzdes Pasvalys strengthens its front-court with rookie Yancy Gates. 22 years old 206 cm tall big man comes from NCAA where he represented Bearcats of Cincinnati. The player before was offered to other Lithuanian team, but

Buducnost Voli continues to boost its roster

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It seems that Buducnost Voli getting ready for ABA Adriatic league and Eurocup competition even more serious than seasons before. In just two days, they signed two important players and added more power in roster. Yesterday they signed Dee Bost.

Bo McCalebb signed 3-year deal with Fenerbahce Ulker

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Definitely one the most interesting signings in this season of Turkish Airlines Euroleague just happened as Bo McCalebb signed three-year deal with Turkish powerhouse Fenerbahce Ulker. After two seasons spent in Italy where he played for Montepaschi Siena, Bo McCalebb

Xavier Cincinnati Brawl

xavier cincinnati brawl

When you see this photo you have to ask yourself, is this Basketball or Martial Arts? This is sad what happened in NCAA Basketball game between Xavier and Cincinnati yesterday. Brawl, just few seconds before end of the game. You

Coach K the most successful NCAA coach

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Mike Krzyzewski or “Coach K” became the most successful Basketball coach in NCAA history after his Duke beat Michigan State 74:69. This was 903rd win for Coach K, and with this win he is the most successful coach in NCAA

Basketball game on the aircraft carrier

president barack obama uss aircraft carrier ncaa basketball game

What to say? Amazing, I was just speechless when I saw this information on different sites. Wooow, North Carolina Tar Heels and Michigan State Spartans played NCAA Basketball game on USS Carl Winson aircraft carrier, near San Diego. United States

35 seconds shot clock

Isn’t that stupid? Just don’t understand why 35 seconds? It slows game so much. If you guys watch NCAA basketball, and thanks God there are so many NCAA basketball games these days (March Madness), you will easily realize that most