”Basketball is life” is a slogan we hear and say so much that sometimes we don’t stop to question just how true, or false, it might be. It takes a story like former Milwaukee Bucks big man Larry Sanders’ to remind us that being happy should come first and
Florida State guard Montay Brandon didn’t believe his lying eyes as the Seminoles scored the game-winning basket against rival Florida. He literally had to look at the scoreboard to confirm what he saw. Teammate Devon Bookert had just badly missed a 3-point attempt in a tie game as the
Down 14 to the University of Portland at the end of the game, Portland State’s Bryce White did something that could either be seen as playing hard to the final whistle, or being unsportsmanlike. As Pilots guard Alec Wintering was dribbling out the clock near the half court line,
And this is why you have to love basketball. Jalen Jenkins rebounded a free throw missed on purpose and launched a 75-footer at the buzzer that helped his George Mason Patriots down Manhattan 64-63 in Fairfax. Usually, the “miss a free throw on purpose” strategy is a good one;
He’s done it thousands of times before, but this time you won’t believe what happened. Referee Rick Crawford threw the ball up for tip off but was inadvertently struck in the face by Vanderbilt center Damian Jones to begin the the consolation game of the Barclays Center Classic. The
You always see it in the movies – girls in college throwing themselves at basketball players; the college girls all over Jesus Shuttlesworth in ‘He Got Game’ is one of its most famous scenes. But for those of us who didn’t play basketball at college, just how true is
People often refer to the “basketball gods” messing around, but with the ending to this game, you can’t help but feel Hampden-Sydney had someone looking out for them. Down two to University of Mary Washington, the NCAA Division 3 side didn’t have possession, and there was just 3.3 seconds
Just incase you had any doubt that Jordan Kilganon was the best dunker in the world right now, I think he just staked his claim. Being 2014 and all, there seems to be very little creativity left in dunking – or so I thought, and then, courtesy of Bounce
Nowadays, with hundreds of millions of users, NBA players are pretty savvy with what they can and can’t get away with saying on Twitter. One ill-advised tweet can blow up pretty quick, and though there still is the odd scandal, most players manage to stay out of the headlines.
Watch the moment former Rutgers men’s basketball coach, Mike Rice, took it way too far with his players. Several dozen hours of video of Rutgers men’s basketball practices obtained by “Outside the Lines,” show coach Rice hurling basketballs from close range at his players’ heads, legs and feet; shoving
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