Temple Guard Shizz Alston Named Big Five’s Most Improve Player, 1st Team All Big 5

Its been a journey, but the hardwork has paid off for Levan Alston. Temple University men’s basketball guard Shizz Alston, Jr. and Obi Enechionyia were named first and second team All-Philadelphia Big 5 in a vote of the league coaches and select media. Alston has also been named the Big 5’s Most Improved Player. #Temple

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Josh Hart, Donte DiVincenzo Help Villanova nearly sweeps 2016-17 Big 5 Awards

Villanova once again left no doubt that they are indeed the Kings of this city when it comes to college basketball after making the Big Five Awards theres. Villanova received three major Big Five awards Tuesday, with senior Josh Hart being named player of the year, Donte DiVincenzo earning rookie of the year and Jay

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How We Can Make College Basketball’s Regular Season More Meaningful & Exciting

The University of North Carolina won the NCAA Tournament championship over Gonzaga — grinding out a 71-65 game, but are fans getting tired of meaningless regular seasons and ugly post season basketball? With college basketball seeing its biggest ratings in years, and fans clamoring for more, the time has come for the NCAA and those

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Top-5 HS Guard Cameron Reddish Meets With Duke,Visits With Villanova (Video)

Jay Wright won’t know what to do with himself if he’s able to land the Westtown School’s Cameron Reddish, the top point guard in the class of 2018. Reddish recently met with the Duke staff, and had an in home visit today with Wright and Villanova. Duke's Coach K, Jeff Capel & Jon Scheyer will

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Quade Green, Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree highlight Top Signees on Allen Iverson Roundball Classic Rosters

This was a genius move, and I expect this game to rival the Jordan Brand Classic and McDonald’s All American Game in the near future. Former 76ers Legend and Hall of Famer Allen Iverson is launching his inaugural All-American Game, and its loaded with 24 of the top HS seniors — taking place April 19-21

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Twitter Reacts to Wisconsin’s Upset of No. 1 Villanova

It wasn’t the same Villanova team, but nobody in america expected a second round exit to a team that was unfairly seeded low. The 2017 NCAA tournament got its first big upset on Saturday afternoon, as No. 8 Wisconsin upset defending champion and No. 1 seed Villanova in the East Region on a late Nigel

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No. 8 Wisconsin upsets No. 1 Villanova 65-62 on Clutch Nigel Hayes Basket

CLUTCH. 👀 #MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/VCTEv4kGnV — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) March 18, 2017 The real Nigel Hayes finally showed up and Wisconsin pulled off the biggest upset of the NCAA tournament by knocking out defending national champion Villanova, 65-62, in the second round to reach the Sweet 16. Wisconsin — which shouldn’t have been a No. 8

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Villanova earns No. 1 overall seed in NCAA Tournament, With Duke No. 2 in East

The madness has arrived and the committee isn’t feeling a repeat. The Villanova Wildcats were announced as the No. 1 overall seed for the NCAA tournament as part of the bracket reveal during Selection Sunday, and lets just say the East Region is loaded. Nova will face the winner of the First Four game between

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Josh Hart scored 29 points as Villanova Thumps Creighton to win the Big East

Some of the parts may be the different, but the heart and soul of the Villanova Wildcats remains the same. The 2016 national championship team looks primed to repeat, as the second-ranked Wildcats — led by Big East and likely player of the year, Josh Hart — rolled to a 74-60 victory over Creighton to

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Josh Hart’s Triple-Double Leads Soon to be No. 1 Villanova Past St. Joe’s

Kentucky’s close loss to UCLA will be Villanova’s gain, as the Wildcats will return to where they finished the season — ranked No. 1 in the nation. Josh Hart led Nova with 16 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists for his first career triple-double, leading No. 2 Villanova to an 88-57 victory over Saint Joseph’s

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