25 transfers under the radar for the 2022-23 season

It’s never too early to start looking forward! Check below our list of 25 under-the-radar transfers for the 2022-23 college basketball season. Not in any particular order: Prince Dawes, Seton Hall: Dawes, a native of New Jersey, was an under-the-radar pickup for Shaheen Holloway after three years produced in Clemson. An exemplary combo keeper, Dawes … Read more

NCAA Board Approves NIT Women’s Basketball Tournament, Votes To Revive NCAA-run Enlistment Academies

On Wednesday, the NCAA Division I Board approved the reinstatement of the NCAA-certified summer basketball academies and event recruiting for high school boys. In addition, the establishment of a high school girls’ basketball academy event was also approved for the first time. The board also passed a proposal for a girls’ college basketball tournament for … Read more

Gonzaga-Tennessee MBB Show Set for PPV

The pay-per-view model in sports is an interesting one. She did very well in boxing (so much so that PPV-incompatible models were there in the beginning Merge some PPVs), MMAAnd the wrestlingHowever, attempts to incorporate this into other sports have not always gone smoothly. For example, there was a lot of joy earlier this year … Read more

The adverts explore options aimed at creating influence in the future restructuring of college football and basketball

Last month, the professional organization representing FBS sports directors issued what amounted to an ultimatum. The ‘vast majority’ of those announcements at the Lead1 League meeting in Washington, D.C. had a ‘strong preference’, the NCAA continues to run major college football if The assembly “could be more streamlined and less bureaucratic.” Otherwise what? The answer … Read more

Lucas: Washington has simple goals

Story links By Adam Lucas For many college basketball students, this is a sharp adjustment to the amount of extra attention to detail required to be a Division I basketball player. Being productive in the weight room, focusing on nutrition and hydration, monitoring sleep… all the details that aren’t necessarily important in high school. This … Read more

SLU men’s basketball opens training with a huge menu, and an abundance of options

There were moments early Travis FordHis tenure at St.Louis University was when Billikens had barely enough players to do a productive workout and the rotation was easy because the bench was weak. In his seventh season as coach, Ford was on the floor Thursday on his first official day of training with 16 players — … Read more

College Basketball Winners and Losers: Duke, Indiana making the right moves; Louisville, Arizona stumbles

College basketball teams across the country returned to the gym this week for their first official practice of the 2022-23 season, which unofficially ended the unofficial season. While fans must wait several more weeks to see their programming in action, the coaching staff now has a chance to begin molding their teams into teams capable … Read more

Oregon begins men’s basketball with a revised slate, focusing on defense and culture

Six months after blowing up the men’s basketball team’s roster, Oregon State coach Wayne Tinkle took an important step Wednesday in the rebuilding project. Training for the 2022-23 season officially begins today. The team – and for that matter, the coaching staff – joining Tinkle on the ground have little leftovers from last year’s 3-28 … Read more