Markieff Morris On Hawks Paul Millsap: “He’s A Crybaby” (Video)

The beef between Atlanta’s Paul Millsap and Washington’s Markieff Morris just got more intense. The two have been jawing at each other in their first-round playoff matchup, but it took another turn after the Hawks game three loss. Markieff Morris on Millsap: "He just did more for his team. He's a crybaby. Get all the

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Missouri State forward Alize Johnson Declares For NBA Draft, Will Not Hire Agent

Missouri State forward Alize Johnson announced Friday he will declare for the NBA Draft, however he will maintain his college eligibility by not hiring an agent. pic.twitter.com/FZLUBp1LVT — ZayZay (@Alizejohnson24) April 21, 2017 “I have every intention of returning to Missouri State for my senior year,” Johnson said. “This process will allow me to gain

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Russell Westbrook, Oscar Robertson Discuss Triple-Doubles & Their Careers (Video)

It’s pretty cool to see how much Oscar Robertson is actually pulling for Russell Westbrook. Robertson’s record of 41 triple-doubles in a single season was once viewed as one of the more untouchable milestones in basketball — until the Brodie came along. Westbrook dropped 42 for the Oklahoma City Thunder this season to become the

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Shaq’s Son Shareef O’Neal Commits to Play Basketball at Arizona

Sean Miller got himself a good one. Shareef O’Neal, the blue chip son of Shaquille O’Neal, has committed to play basketball at the University of Arizona. The younger O’Neal, a 6’9″, 210-pound junior power forward, is ranked No. 19 in ESPN’s rankings of the top 60 high school players in the nation. He is also

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Archbishop Ryan star Izaiah Brockington Headed to Woodstock Academy For Prep Year

Izaiah Brockington had a senior year for the ages, and now the Philly hoops star is betting on himself and a better offer — deciding to attend a prep school to join the Class of 2018. Brockington announced Monday that he’ll be spending a post-graduate year at Woodstock Academy in Woodstock, Conn., on his Twitter

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Lonnie Walker Earns His Nickname With 2 Filthy Dunks at #JordanBrandClassic (Video)

The Miami Hurricanes got a good one in Lonnie Walker — as Reading’s finest showed that he’s explosive, physical, long and can really defend. He put his explosiveness on display at the Jordan Brand Classic and it was tremendous, as he came away with the MVP. Miami got a good one in Lonnie Walker. Explosive,

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Watch Quade Green Deliver 2 Sick Dimes During @JordanClassic #NEXTvsNEXT #BBN (Video)

Big Blue Nation is going to love Quade Green, especially after watching the point guard share the ball magically while posting a stat line of 6 PTS, 10 AST and 5 REB vs West in the Jordan Brand Classic. Here are two of Green’s more impressive dimes, the first — a crazy lob to Mitchell

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Texas Unveils New Futuristic Lockers, Featuring 43-inch Flat screens (Video)

Texas is definitely trying to do it bigger than everyone else. Last week, new Longhorns head coach Tom Herman took a sledgehammer to his team’s locker room, and ushered in to new — high-tech era. Texas Director of High School Relations Bob Shipley shared photos and video of the new lockers, which feature a 43-inch

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Quade Green With Filthy No-Look Pass to Jaren Jackson During #JordanBrandClassic Scrimmage (Video) #NEXTvsNEXT

Quade Green has taken his show to Brooklyn and the famed Jordan Brand Classic. Watch as the Kentucky signee and former Neuman Goretti star puts his passing acumen to work with this filthy no look pass to Jaren Jackson during the scrimmage earlier. Check out more highlights above from Jamie Boyer! .@Q_Green1 ➡️ @therealjnari_. 😵

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Izaiah Brockington Posterizes Ajiri Johnson During Donofrio Classic Victory (Video)

His dad had crazy hops, but I’m not sure the former Coppin State legend wants any problem with Izaiah Brockington on the break. The former Archbishop Ryan star and recent decommit of NJIT — Brockington has been betting on himself lately — taking the show to the Donofrio Classic. Brockington’s left-handed slam along the base

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