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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Russell Westbrook Breaks Triple Double Record & Knocks Nuggets Out of Playoffs With ‘MVP’ 3 While Dropping 50 (Video)

Brodie just won the MVP in awesome fashion! Russell Westbrook records his 42nd triple-double, drops 50 PTS & hits the game-winner at the buzzer! MVP? WHY NOT!? #BrodieSZN pic.twitter.com/gMRwrVVO4J — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) April 9, 2017

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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Cam’ron on Giving Stephon Marbury & Other NY Streetball Legends “The Business” (Photos)

I heard Cam’Ron could hoop back in the day, but did he really give Stephon Marbury “the business.” The Harlem MC recently told a story on his Instagram feed about his days at Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics in East Harlem, and it included him giving some huge names the business. Cam’ron posted a

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Phil Simms Breaks His Silence after Being Replaced on CBS by Tony Romo

Phil Simms will not be going away quietly. The now removed lead CBS commentator made his first public comment since being replaced in the booth by the former Cowboys star. “I am not done,” Simms told Gary Myers of the New York Daily News in a text message. Simms made it clear that he won’t

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Jason Witten Pens Open Letter To Tony Romo Thanking Him For ’14-Years’

Jason Witten will one day enter the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and it will no doubt be tied to the arm of one Tony Romo. The Cowboys tight end just signed a new four-year extension, but today, he penned an open letter to his former quarterback, thanking him for 14-years of “great memories.”

Scottie Pippen Stars in New NBA Playoff Ad ‘Forget’ (Video)

The NBA Playoffs will start one week from today, and the league is preparing us with this dope commercial entitled “Forget.” The spot, features Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen, and will be a part of the “This Is Why We Play” global platform for the upcoming Playoffs ad campaign. “Forget” is the first of three

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Tony Romo to Suit Up for Mavericks in Season Finale

Here’s hoping Romo gets the opportunity to get a few buckets as well. Mark Cuban knows how to market his team, so what better way to bring out the Dallas fans, then by having a recently retired Cowboys legend announcing his retirement. A huge basketball fan — Tony Romo will suit up for the Dallas

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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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Kentucky’s Quade Green Out of Nike Hoops Summit After Suffering Concussion

Quade Green’s appearance on the grand stage at the Nike Hoops Summit, will have to wait, after the Kentucky Basketball commit, best point guards in the country, suffered a concussion in practice for the Team USA of the Nike Hoops Summit. Green — a five-star guard is widely considered one of the best point guards

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