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Archive - Jan 2013

January 11th

Matthews duo has St. Rita rolling

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Chicago Sun Times/AJ Rompza
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Wooden Award 2012-13 Midseason Top 25

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John R. Wooden Award

Their are a few NCAA most valuable player awards and the John R. Wooden award, named after the legendary UCLA coach, usually seen as the biggest. The Mid-Season Top 25 list was announced with these names:

Anthony Bennett, UNLV

Laurence Bowers, Missouri

Trey Burke, Michigan

Isaiah Canaan, Murray State

Michael Carter Williams, Syracuse

Jack Cooley, Notre Dame

Seth Curry, Duke

Jamaal Franklin, San Diego State

Final 20 Candidates Announced for 2013 Bob Cousy Award

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The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

As we are entering the midway point of the college basketball season, some of the major awards are starting to take shape. Every year at this time, the Bob Cousy award for the NCAA's top point guard trims its list to 20. These finalists were announced and instead of just telling the 20 names, lets rank them on the likelihood of coming home with this award. This of course will be ranked on their play up to this point and predicted play for the rest of the college season.

1. Trey Burke, Michigan

2. Michael Carter Williams, Syracuse

January 11th

Okafor, White fuel No. 1 Young to easy win

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Chicago Tribune/Colleen Kane

Spotlight shines on Wiggins

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Huntington Herald-Dispatch/Grant Taylor
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Only a freshman, McLemore becoming The Man for KU

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The Topeka Capital-Journal/Austin Meek
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