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November 14th, 2016

Baker's Dozen

For the most part, this was a standard weekend in Big 12 basketball, even though Texas did their best to make it interesting (more on that later) and Kansas started the season 0-1. A lot of new faces shined in new places, like Jamie Dixon at TCU, and a lot of young talent made their debuts, like Josh Jackson in Kansas. Teams have not played enough games to formulate a true opinion on them, and players have not logged enough minutes to know how good they really are. That’s part of what makes this part of the season so exciting.

ACCtion Jackson

The opening weekend of college basketball is in the books and I, for one, couldn't be happier. Basketball is back. And even though the NBA has been in full swing for a little over three weeks now, college basketball is just different. Aside from the obvious that the players aren't professionals, there's just a different level of excitement when watching your college team play as opposed to your NBA team. Every game matters more as a loss early in the season can affect whether a team gets into the NCAA Tournament come season's end.

March 24th

High School Blog: Wrap-up

Player of the Year

Lonzo Ball 6’5 – Chino Hills 2016 (UCLA)

Lonzo BallLonzo Ball*McDonald’s All American
*Naismith Player of the Year
*Morgan Wooten Player of the Year

March 14th

SEC Wrap-Up

Player of the Year

Tyler Ulis - Kentucky

Big East Conference Wrap-Up

Player of the Year

Kris Dunn Providence

March 13th

Atlantic Coast Conference Wrap-Up

Player of the Year

Malcolm Brogdon - Virginia

March 11th

Pac 12 Conference Wrap-Up

Player of the Year

Jakob Poeltl – Utah

March 8th

Big 12 Conference Wrap-Up

Player of the Year

Buddy Hield – Oklahoma

Big Ten Conference Wrap-Up

Player of the Year

Denzel Valentine, Michigan State

March 5th

Ivan the Great

Player of the Week

Ivan Rabb – California