The Duke Blue Devils had to fight this past weekend. But like they’ve done so many times before, they survived. And they’re only going to get better.
The Arizona Wildcats were ranked No. 2 entering the week. Now they’ve just suffered their third consecutive defeat—this to Purdue, 89-64. Yeesh.
Wednesday morning, for whatever reason, president Donald Trump decided he was going to tweet about LaVar Ball. So here we are.
Donald Trump isn’t taking LaVar Ball’s slight well.
President Trump wanted thanks for helping 3 UCLA players. What did LaVar Ball think?
UCLA came to a decision on their three players who were arrested in China.
Duke passed their first big test of the season, outlasting the Spartans on Tuesday.
We cannot stop coach Mike Krzyzewski. Hell, we can barely hope to contain him.
Once again, Duke has landed the nation’s top recruit.
Larry Bird and Magic Johnson were once credited with making March Madness a thing. But for Bird, the road to the NBA was long and rocky.
Wherever you look, discussions about how “random” this Final Four are taking place. But if you’ve been paying attention, that’s not the case at all.
Continuing our focus on superior guard play in March, we turn to Lonzo Ball, De’Aaron Fox, Nigel Williams-Goss, and plenty more.
The key element to this year’s NCAA tourney has been superior guard play. In the first of our two-part look, we focus on Thornwell, Dorsey, and Mason III.
With the Final Four picture officially set, it’s tough to look beyond the Tar Heels. Because sometimes, the obvious choice is the correct one.
Jump on the Gamecocks bandwagon now because you won’t get away with pretending you’ve been in their corner all along. They’re here now; how foolish were we?
Saturday night’s NCAA action came to a close with the Kansas Jayhawks slipping up at the worst possible time. Where does that leave us? And, what’s next?
The year is 2017, and the Gonzaga Bulldogs are suddenly two wins away from a National Championship. Should we be surprised? No. We’ve been waiting for this.
Day 6 of the NCAA Tournament gave us our first buzzer-beater, but at the expense of the Badgers. Plus, hey, John Calipari knows what he’s doing.