Pandemic Profiles: South Carolina Men’s Basketball Looks to Get Better Each Day

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The University of South Carolina men’s basketball program had a tumultuous 2020-21 season, one that was unprecedented regarding its standard. Head Coach Frank Martin is apologetic for such. At the same time, he is unapologetically excited about what’s ahead. After a Troubling Season, South Carolina Men’s Basketball is Excited for What’s Next Days passed and […] READ MORE



10 NBA Draft Busts Scenery Change: Shareef Abdur-Rahim

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The Memphis Grizzlies, as only elder Millennials and Gen-Xers remember, started their franchise north of the border in Vancouver. The team was established during the NBA’s 1995 expansion. That also included the Toronto Raptors. The Raptors survived (ironically because they’re dinosaurs). The Grizzlies migrated to Tennessee (ironically because there are no grizzlies there).  After six […] READ MORE



Richard Pitino Ready to Rebuild New Mexico

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On March 16, Richard Pitino became the head men’s basketball coach at the University of New Mexico. After being let go by the University of Minnesota, he was unemployed for less than a day. A change and a fresh start were needed, and Pitino’s move to the southwest made perfect sense. Richard Pitino Wants to […] READ MORE


Kim Mulkey Leaves Baylor to Coach LSU

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Kim Mulkey has left Baylor as the women’s head basketball coach for the same role at LSU. Big-name coaches changing major programs isn’t that uncommon, but it’s definitely rare regarding this level of status. This would be like if Mike Krzyzewski left Duke. Some things just aren’t meant to last forever, however, especially when home […] READ MORE



The NCAA Men’s Basketball National Championship Game Gave Us Exactly What We Needed: Dominance

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We yearned for Gonzaga versus Baylor all year, especially after an early-season matchup was teased than stolen away by a wicked Madame. Months later, we were gifted the 2021 Men’s Basketball National Championship game. Baylor’s 86-70 defeat of Gonzaga on Monday night wasn’t just an essential end to an unprecedented year. It was the accelerant […] READ MORE



Sunday’s Sweet 16 Games Were Mostly Background Noise

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Eventually, an NCAA Tournament bracket begins to correct itself. Sunday’s underwhelming Sweet 16 games are proving that theory to be correct. Two more one-seeds advanced to the Elite Eight and two “Cinderellas” continued their stories. Sunday’s Sweet 16 Games Were Underwhelming The key to staying alive in a bracket pool is not picking upsets; it’s […] READ MORE