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Player To Watch: Shonn Miller, Cornell

Aside from the 2010 season, which resulted in a Sweet 16 appearance, Cornell basketball has not been on most basketball fans’ radars. This season, while the Big Red may not compete for an Ivy League title, they have one of the league’s best all-around players in Shonn Miller. [caption id="attachment_15670" align="alignright" width="300"] via cornellbasketball.blogspot.com[/caption] Miller, a 6-7 junior forw ...

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Video Of The Week- Pickup Basketball Stereotypes

Sports Fans, Dude Perfect has been providing us with amazing videos of crazy basketball shots for four years now, but this video is very different than anything they have done so far. In this video they talk about the many stereotypes when playing pickup basketball and it’s pretty spot-on. I showed this video to all my friends and we assigned each other to stereotypes from the video. According to all my fri ...

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Random Athlete Of The Day- Kenny Satterfield

Kenny Satterfield, also known as “Serious Satellite,” was born and raised New York City, New York. He attended the well-known Rice High School in Harlem, an alumni base which includes Felipe Lopez, Edgar Sosa, Kemba Walker and Durand Scott.  The exciting point guard developed into a McDonald’s All-American and committed to Cincinnati. [caption id="attachment_15169" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Photo Cre ...

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Video of the Week: Winona State Vs. Barton College

Sports Fans, I was thinking of a video for this week and I was having trouble picking one out. I was going to do a volleyball clip that my friend showed me of what they call a “Triple Six Pack” (click here to see it), but it seemed short and I wanted to give you guys something that was a bit more exciting. Then, randomly, I remembered a game I watched a few years ago: the Division II NCAA Basketball Champio ...

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The Future Of Team Canada

Although hockey is and will remain the number one sport and religion in Canada, United States’ basketball influence has found its way up north. Canadian Prep Schools are becoming more popular and competitive and they are beginning to develop elite talent. Canada has become a nice pipeline for schools like Gonzaga, Syracuse, Texas and more. I wouldn’t say they really play any different from Americans, but th ...

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Throwback Team Thursday: 2009 Pitt Basketball

The 2008-2009 Pitt basketball team was regarded as one of the most physical in the country. The squad had high expectations after winning the Big East title in 2007-2008 and returning most of their key players. Pitt was led by their “Big 3”: undersized big man DeJuan Blair (Spurs), scoring machine Sam Young (Pacers), and scrappy, slightly overweight point guard Levance Fields (nowhere to be found). The grou ...

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NBA Draft Watch: Love/Hate

As we turn the calendar to June it means two things. The NBA Finals are here, and so is the NBA Draft. June 27th is the exact date we will all tune into ESPN and watch David Stern get booed for the last time. Now is that why we watch? Of course not! Maybe it’s to see who goes number one? Maybe it’s to see who the Knicks pass on so they can take a player like Jordan Hill? Maybe it’s to see when the first ran ...

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