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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘NCAA basketball’

Stefanie Dolson Helps UConn Crush Notre Dame In NCAA Final

It probably will not surprise anyone that the UConn Huskies have won the Women’s NCAA championship, led by the talented senior Stefanie Dolson. Last night’s performance was outstanding by each of the UConn players, and they clearly showed why they were undefeated heading into the game. In order to win the championship this year, they had to get past another …

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John Calipari Shoots Down Rumors About Coaching LA Lakers

While he is denying it now, there was a rumor that coach John Calipari might be heading back to the NBA to coach the Los Angeles Lakers. The Lakers have struggled immensely this season, and could certainly use some help. John Calipari is a veteran basketball coach, and as a coach that is disliked by a number of people for …

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Duke vs. Kansas: Here’s What Twitter Is Saying In Real Time

Currently #4 Duke is playing #5 Kansas in the Champions Classic in Chicago. This is the follow-up game to the thriller that was Kentucky vs. Michigan St. where we saw Michigan St. come out on top. Follow what people are saying about the game in real time. Here’s the #DUKEvsKANSAS conversation: Tweets about “#dukevskansas” What are your thoughts on the …

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Kentucky vs. Michigan St: Here’s What Twitter Is Saying In Real Time

Currently #1 Kentucky is playing #2 Michigan State in the Champions Classic in Chicago. This is the first regular season meeting between a #1 and #2 teams since 2008 when Tennessee beat Memphis. Follow what people are saying about the game in real time. Here’s the #MSUvsUK conversation: Tweets about “#MSUvsUK” What are your thoughts on the game? Let us …

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Kevin Ware Returns To Play With Louisville

Anyone who was watching that emotional game that Louisville played against Duke during the NCAA tournament will surely remember the horrific injury that was suffered by Louisville’s Kevin Ware. His dramatic injury resulted in a broken leg in one of the most gruesome injuries to witness in the sport, as we all watched him go down in pain. To many …

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CBS Broken Leg Replay Banned on TV, “No Problem” Online

CBS was broadcasting the NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional final between Louisville and Duke on Sunday when Louisville player Kevin Ware suffered one of the most gruesome injuries ever seen in college basketball. As Ware jumped to block a three point shot he landed poorly, snapping his tibia (shin) bone in half. CBS replayed the event twice in the immediate aftermath, …

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Kevin Ware: Leg Surgery Could Bring Him Back Next Year

During last night’s NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional final between Louisville and Duke, Louisville player Kevin Ware jumped to block a three point shot and landed poorly, breaking his leg, including his tibia (shin) bone, in two places. The gruesome injury was caught on live TV and Ware’s teammates can be seen reacting viscerally to the injury, which occurred directly in …

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Tubby Smith Fired From Minnesota Basketball

College basketball coach Tubby Smith coached the 11-seeded University of Minnesota men’s basketball team past six-seeded UCLA in the second round of the men’s NCAA basketball tournament, but the team lost to third-seed Florida in the next round. Evidently, a tournament showing and a winning record are not enough to guarantee a coaching position in the NCAA these days. The …

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Ken Trickey Dies at 79, Former ORU Basketball Coach

Ken Trickey, former Oral Roberts University men’s basketball coach, has passed away at the age of 79. Trickey died on the morning of December 4 from complications of cancer and Alzheimer’s Disease. According to the obituary on his website, Trickey passed peacefully at his home in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Trickey began coaching the ORU men’s basketball team in 1969. He posted …

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John Calipari And Staff Sign Extensions at UK

Winning the National Championship is good for your resume, isn’t that right, John Calipari? Especially when it comes to a town that’s been waiting for 14 years for another banner. Not only does it look good on your permanent record, it can also help make your bank account even larger than it already is. Isn’t that right, John Calipari? The …

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