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Re: NCAA 17/18. Villanova campeona

por Cassell » 14 Jun 2018, 14:00

72-10 escribió:
Mocker escribió:A mi me parecio bastante trospido la verdad, en lo que lee he visto, veremos si es elegible


Chart de WKU?

Creo que llevaban ya un par de graduates curiosos. Y Bearden se borró del draft.

Si no me equivoco el año pasado ya reclutaran a Mitchell Robinson antes de que los dejase tirados.
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Re: NCAA 17/18. Villanova campeona

por Mocker » 14 Jun 2018, 14:15

72-10 escribió:
Mocker escribió:A mi me parecio bastante trospido la verdad, en lo que lee he visto, veremos si es elegible


Chart de WKU?

Creo que llevaban ya un par de graduates curiosos. Y Bearden se borró del draft.

El historial de $tan$bury es el que es eh, de todos los 5 stars que recluta ni dios juega para el al final, solo Sidney (Monta Ellis, Johnathan Bender, Travis Outlaw, Mitchell Robinson,...) lo normal es que Bassey acabe siendo no elegible o algo asi, el chart hoy dia es;

Bearden-Ohmer/Gambrell
Hollingsworth-Queen/Banton
Murray-Savage/Anderson
Williams-Nelson/Smith
Bassey-Horton/Diagne

15 tios con scholarships y el maximo son 13, de esos Diagne, es el unico que no ha firmado la LOI, no se que leches piensan hacer?

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Re: NCAA 17/18. Villanova campeona

por 72-10 » 14 Jun 2018, 16:09

Historias de elegibilidad al margen, que seguro que tendrán movidas, solo con la evolución de Anderson, Hollingsworth, Bearden ya deberían ser un mid-major a los que poner bajo la lupa. Los ví un par de partidos del NIT este año y jugaban sorprendenteme bien. Mejor que cualquier equipo anterior de Stansbury. Habrá que seguir el partido contra Marshall.

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Re: NCAA 17/18. Villanova campeona

por Mocker » 14 Jun 2018, 18:16

Hombre y DeSean Murray tambien

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Re: NCAA 17/18. Villanova campeona

por jorgemason » 20 Jun 2018, 05:57

Como otros año pongo los que para mi son los 100 mejores seniors tratando de objetivar la elección de acuerdo con la trayectoria del equipo y los méritos individuales y atendiendo a la calidad de la conferencia conforme al RPI. Los datos se refieren a las dos últimas temporadas. Muy pocos serán elegidos en el draft pero muchos destacarán en Europa. Son 60 por orden y 8 más por posición.

1 G: Devonte Graham (6'2''-G-95) of Kansas  BIG 12 SECOND TEAM ELITE EIGHT PLAYER OF YEAR SEMIFINALIST
2 G: Trevon Bluiett (6'6''-G-94) of Xavier  BIG EAST FIRST TEAM ELITE EIGHT FIRST TEAM SECOND ROUND
3 G: Joel Berry II (6'0''-G-95) of N.Carolina  ATLANTIC COAST SECOND TEAM CHAMPION FIRST TEAM SECOND ROUND
4 G: Jevon Carter (6'2''-G) of W.Virginia  BIG 12 SECOND TEAM SWEET SIXTEEN FIRST TEAM SWEET SIXTEEN
5 F: Gary Clark (6'7''-F-94) of Cincinnati  AMERICAN ATHLETIC - SECOND ROUND PLAYER OF YEAR SECOND ROUND
6 PF: Kelan Martin (6'6''-PF) of Butler  BIG EAST SECOND TEAM SWEET SIXTEEN FIRST TEAM SECOND ROUND
7 G: Marcus Foster (6'3''-G-95) of Creighton  BIG EAST FIRST TEAM FIRST ROUND FIRST TEAM FIRST ROUND
8 G: Jaylen Adams (6'2''-G-96) of St.Bonaventure  ATLANTIC 10 FIRST TEAM - CO-PLAYER OF YEAR FIRST ROUND
9 F: Angel Delgado (6'9''-F-94) of Seton Hall  BIG EAST FIRST TEAM FIRST ROUND SECOND TEAM SECOND ROUND
10 G: Keenan Evans (6'3''-G-96) of Texas Tech  BIG 12 THIRD TEAM - FIRST TEAM ELITE EIGHT
11 G: Rob Gray (6'1''-G) of Houston  AMERICAN ATHLETIC FIRST TEAM - FIRST TEAM SECOND ROUND
12 F: Yante Maten (6'8''-F-96) of Georgia  SEC FIRST TEAM - FIRST TEAM -
13 F: Peyton Aldridge (6'8''-F-95) of Davidson  ATLANTIC 10 SECOND TEAM - CO-PLAYER OF YEAR FIRST ROUND
14 F: Johnathan Williams III (6'9''-F-95) of Gonzaga  WEST COAST FIRST TEAM FINALIST FIRST TEAM SWEET SIXTEEN
15 Jordan McLaughlin (6'1''-G-96) of USC  PACIFIC 12 HM SECOND ROUND FIRST TEAM -
16 F: Vincent Edwards (6'8''-F-96) of Purdue  BIG TEN HM SWEET SIXTEEN SECOND TEAM SWEET SIXTEEN
17 C: Isaac Haas (7'2''-C-95) of Purdue  BIG TEN HM SWEET SIXTEEN THIRD TEAM SWEET SIXTEEN
18 C: Thomas Welsh (7'0''-C-96) of UCLA  PACIFIC 12 HM SWEET SIXTEEN SECOND TEAM FIRST FOUR
19 PG: Nate Mason (6'1''-PG-95) of Minnesota  BIG TEN FIRST TEAM FIRST ROUND HM -
20 G: Chris Chiozza (6'0''-G-95) of Florida  SEC - ELITE EIGHT FIRST TEAM SECOND ROUND
21 G: Jaylen Barford (6'3''-G-96) of Arkansas  SEC - SECOND ROUND FIRST TEAM FIRST ROUND
22 G: Kassius Robertson (6'3''-G-94) of Missouri  SEC - - FIRST TEAM FIRST ROUND
23 G: Matt Mobley (6'3''-G) of St.Bonaventure  ATLANTIC 10 SECOND TEAM - FIRST TEAM FIRST ROUND
24 F: Justin Tillman (6'8''-F-96) of VCU  ATLANTIC 10 SECOND TEAM FIRST ROUND FIRST TEAM -
25 G: Jared Terrell (6'3''-G-95) of Rhode Island  ATLANTIC 10 - SECOND ROUND FIRST TEAM SECOND ROUND
26 F: Bonzie Colson (6'5''-F) of Notre Dame  ATLANTIC COAST FIRST TEAM SECOND ROUND - -
27 G: Tra Holder (6'1''-G) of Arizona St.  PACIFIC 12 - - FIRST TEAM FIRST FOUR
28 PG: Manu Lecomte (5'11''-PG-95) of Baylor  BIG 12 THIRD TEAM SWEET SIXTEEN SECOND TEAM -
29 F: Jeffrey Carroll (6'6''-F-94) of Oklahoma St.  BIG 12 SECOND TEAM FIRST ROUND THIRD TEAM -
30 F: Vladimir Brodziansky (6'11''-F-94) of TCU  BIG 12 SECOND TEAM - THIRD TEAM FIRST ROUND
31 G: Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk (6'8''-G-97) of Kansas  BIG 12 - ELITE EIGHT SECOND TEAM SEMIFINALIST
32 F: Kyle Washington (6'9''-F-93) of Cincinnati  AMERICAN ATHLETIC SECOND TEAM SECOND ROUND HM SECOND ROUND
33 G: Devon Hall (6'5''-G) of Virginia  ATLANTIC COAST - SECOND ROUND SECOND TEAM FIRST ROUND
34 G: Khadeen Carrington (6'3''-G-95) of Seton Hall  BIG EAST SECOND TEAM FIRST ROUND - SECOND ROUND
35 G: Kenrich Williams (6'7''-G) of TCU  BIG 12 - - SECOND TEAM FIRST ROUND
36 PG: Kyron Cartwright (5'11''-PG-96) of Providence  BIG EAST SECOND TEAM FIRST FOUR HM FIRST ROUND
37 F: Jae'Sean Tate (6'4''-F) of Ohio St.  BIG TEN HM - SECOND TEAM SECOND ROUND
38 C: Dusan Ristic (7'0''-C-95) of Arizona  PACIFIC 12 - SWEET SIXTEEN SECOND TEAM FIRST ROUND
39 G: Grayson Allen (6'5''-G-95) of Duke  ATLANTIC COAST - SECOND ROUND THIRD TEAM ELITE EIGHT
40 F: Desi Rodriguez (6'6''-F-96) of Seton Hall  BIG EAST - FIRST ROUND SECOND TEAM SECOND ROUND
41 G: Daryl Macon (6'3''-G-95) of Arkansas  SEC - SECOND ROUND SECOND TEAM FIRST ROUND
42 F: Rodney Bullock (6'8''-F-94) of Providence  BIG EAST SECOND TEAM FIRST FOUR - FIRST ROUND
43 G: Bryant McIntosh (6'3''-G) of Northwestern  BIG TEN SECOND TEAM SECOND ROUND - -
44 G: Matt Farrell (6'1''-G-96) of Notre Dame  ATLANTIC COAST HM SECOND ROUND THIRD TEAM -
45 F: Theophilus Pinson Jr. (6'6''-F-95) of N.Carolina  ATLANTIC COAST - CHAMPION HM SECOND ROUND
46 F: Jeff Roberson (6'6''-F-96) of Vanderbilt  SEC - FIRST ROUND SECOND TEAM -
47 C: Jock Landale (6'11''-C) of St.Mary's, CA  WEST COAST FIRST TEAM SECOND ROUND PLAYER OF YEAR -
48 G: Trae Bell-Haynes (6'2''-G) of Vermont  AMERICA EAST PLAYER OF YEAR FIRST ROUND PLAYER OF YEAR -
49 PG: Jonathan Stark (6'0''-PG-95) of Murray St.  OHIO VALLEY FIRST TEAM - PLAYER OF YEAR FIRST ROUND
50 F: Zach Thomas (6'7''-F-96) of Bucknell  PATRIOT FIRST TEAM FIRST ROUND PLAYER OF YEAR FIRST ROUND
51 G/F: Xavier Cooks (6'8''-G/F-95) of Winthrop  BIG SOUTH FIRST TEAM FIRST ROUND PLAYER OF YEAR -
52 G: Brandon Goodwin (6'2''-G-95) of FGCU  ATLANTIC SUN FIRST TEAM FIRST ROUND PLAYER OF YEAR -
53 G: Zach Lofton (6'3''-G-92) of Texas Southern/New Mexico St SOUTHWESTERN/WESTERN ATHLETIC PLAYER OF YEAR FIRST ROUND FIRST TEAM FIRST ROUND
54 C: Nana Foulland (6'9''-C-95) of Bucknell  PATRIOT PLAYER OF YEAR FIRST ROUND FIRST TEAM FIRST ROUND
55 G: Devin Sibley (6'2''-G) of Furman  SOUTHERN PLAYER OF YEAR - FIRST TEAM -
56 G/F: Bogdan Bliznyuk (6'6''-G/F-95) of E.Washington  BIG SKY SECOND TEAM - PLAYER OF YEAR -
57 PG: Jordan Howard (5'11''-PG) of Cent.Arkansas  SOUTHLAND FIRST TEAM - PLAYER OF YEAR -
58 G: Desonta Bradford (6'4''-G-96) of E.Tenn.St.  SOUTHERN THIRD TEAM FIRST ROUND PLAYER OF YEAR -
59 PG: Justin Bibbins (5'8''-PG) of Long Beach St./ Utah  BIG WEST/PACIFIC 12 SECOND TEAM - FIRST TEAM -
60 G/F: Scott Lindsey (6'5''-G/F-96) of Northwestern  BIG TEN THIRD TEAM SECOND ROUND - -


POINT GUARD
1 G: Junior Robinson (5'5''-G-96) of Mt.St.Mary's  NORTHEAST SECOND TEAM FIRST ROUND PLAYER OF YEAR -
2 G: Kendrick Nunn (6'3''-G-95) of Oakland  HORIZON - - PLAYER OF YEAR -
3 PG: Andrew Rowsey (5'11''-PG-94) of Marquette  BIG EAST - FIRST ROUND HM -
4 G: Shannon Evans II (6'1''-G-94) of Arizona St.  PACIFIC 12 - HM FIRST FOUR
5 G: Thomas Wilder (6'3''-G) of W.Michigan  MID AMERICAN FIRST TEAM - FIRST TEAM -
6 G: Jahad Thomas (6'2''-G) of Mass.-Lowell  AMERICA EAST FIRST TEAM - FIRST TEAM -
7 G: Austin Luke (6'3''-G-94) of Belmont  OHIO VALLEY FIRST TEAM - FIRST TEAM -
8 PG: Andre Walker (6'0''-PG) of Loyola, MD  PATRIOT FIRST TEAM - FIRST TEAM -

GUARD
1 G: Kahlil Dukes (6'0''-G-95) of Niagara  METRO ATLANTIC - - CO-PLAYER OF YEAR -
2 G: Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman (6'4''-G-94) of Michigan  BIG TEN - SWEET SIXTEEN HM FINALIST
3 G: Gabe DeVoe (6'3''-G-95) of Clemson  ATLANTIC COAST - - HM SWEET SIXTEEN
4 G: Allerik Freeman (6'3''-G-94) of Baylor/N.Carolina St.  BIG 12/ATLANTIC COAST - SWEET SIXTEEN HM -
5 G: Donovan Jackson (6'2''-G-96) of Iowa St.  BIG 12 - SECOND ROUND HM -
6 G: Joe Chealey (6'3''-G-95) of Charleston  COLONIAL FIRST TEAM - FIRST TEAM -
7 G: Tyler Nelson (6'3''-G) of Fairfield  METRO ATLANTIC FIRST TEAM - FIRST TEAM -
8 G: Ahmad Thomas (6'3''-G) of NC-Asheville  BIG SOUTH FIRST TEAM - FIRST TEAM -

FORWARD
1 G/F: Chandler Hutchison (6'7''-G/F) of Boise St.  MOUNTAIN WEST FIRST TEAM - FIRST TEAM -
2 G: Brandon Tabb (6'5''-G-95) of Beth.-Cookman  MID EASTERN SECOND TEAM - PLAYER OF YEAR -
3 F: Jermaine Crumpton (6'6''-F-94) of Canisius  METRO ATLANTIC THIRD TEAM - CO-PLAYER OF YEAR -
4 G: Dakota Mathias (6'4''-G-95) of Purdue  BIG TEN HM SWEET SIXTEEN HM SWEET SIXTEEN
5 G: George King (6'6''-G-94) of Colorado  PACIFIC 12 - - SECOND TEAM -
6 G: Paul Miller (6'5''-G-96) of N.Dakota St.  SUMMIT FIRST TEAM - FIRST TEAM -
7 F: Calvin Hermanson (6'6''-F) of St.Mary's, CA  WEST COAST FIRST TEAM SECOND ROUND SECOND TEAM -
8 G: E.C. Matthews (6'5''-G-95) of Rhode Island  ATLANTIC 10 THIRD TEAM SECOND ROUND THIRD TEAM SECOND ROUND

POWER FORWARD
1 F: Kevin Hervey (6'7''-F-96) of Texas Arlington  SUN BELT PLAYER OF YEAR - FIRST TEAM -
2 F: Jemerrio Jones (6'5''-F) of N.Mexico St.  WESTERN ATHLETIC - FIRST ROUND PLAYER OF YEAR FIRST ROUND
3 F: Tre'Shaun Fletcher (6'7''-F-94) of Toledo  MID AMERICAN - - PLAYER OF YEAR -
4 F: Terrell Miller (6'8''-F) of Murray St.  OHIO VALLEY FIRST TEAM - FIRST TEAM FIRST ROUND
5 F: Tanner Leissner (6'7''-F-95) of New Hampshire  AMERICA EAST FIRST TEAM - FIRST TEAM -
6 F: Jalen Hayes (6'7''-F) of Oakland  HORIZON FIRST TEAM - FIRST TEAM -
7 F: Colton Weisbrod (6'5''-F-95) of Lamar  SOUTHLAND FIRST TEAM - FIRST TEAM -
8 F: Phillip Carr (6'8''-F) of Morgan St.  MID EASTERN FIRST TEAM - FIRST TEAM -

CENTER
1 C: Shaquille Morris (6'8''-C-94) of Wichita St.  MISSOURI VALLEY/AMERICAN ATHLETIC THIRD TEAM SECOND ROUND FIRST TEAM FIRST ROUND
2 F: Alize Johnson (6'9''-F-96) of Missouri St.  MISSOURI VALLEY FIRST TEAM - FIRST TEAM -
3 F: Zach Smith (6'8''-F-96) of Texas Tech  BIG 12 HM - - ELITE EIGHT
4 F: Joseph Lual Acuil (7'0''-F-94) of Baylor  BIG 12 - SWEET SIXTEEN THIRD TEAM -
5 C: Ben Lammers (6'10''-C-95) of Georgia Tech  ATLANTIC COAST SECOND TEAM - - -
6 F: David Collette (6'10''-F-93) of Utah  PACIFIC 12 - - SECOND TEAM -
7 F: Junior Etou (6'8''-F-94) of Tulsa  AMERICAN ATHLETIC - - SECOND TEAM -
8 F: Malik Pope (6'10''-F) of San Diego St.  MOUNTAIN WEST - - SECOND TEAM FIRST ROUND

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Re: NCAA 17/18. Villanova campeona

por neverforget » 20 Jun 2018, 12:26

A mi Kahlil Dukes, de Niagara, me parece bastante aprovechable en el ámbito fuera de la NBA.

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Re: NCAA 17/18. Villanova campeona

por Cassell » 21 Jun 2018, 14:00

UConn reportedly conducted an investigation into former basketball coach Kevin Ollie's tenure and concluded that he violated NCAA rules, thereby justifying his termination without receiving the remaining $10 million on his contract.

According to documents obtained by the Hartford Courant under the Freedom of Information Act, the school alleges that Ollie set up a call between a recruit and former UConn player Ray Allen, shot baskets with a recruit on an official visit and was aware that three players were working with an outside trainer on campus -- all NCAA violations.

In a letter to Ollie contained in the documents, UConn athletic director David Benedict wrote: "At the time of your hire, the importance of absolute compliance in running our men's basketball program was stressed to you by president (Susan) Herbst and then-athletic director Warde Manuel. That makes the violations I ... describe all the more troubling."

In a statement to ESPN in March, Ollie said he fulfilled his obligation to promote an atmosphere of compliance throughout his tenure. Michael Bailey, the director of the UConn chapter of the American Association of University Professors, issued a statement saying that UConn was employing a double standard by firing Ollie for cause while not dismissing other coaches, including Jim Calhoun, who were found to have violated NCAA rules.

Ollie, a former star for the Huskies and NBA veteran, coached UConn to the national title in 2014. But the Huskies missed the last two NCAA tournaments and he was fired in March. UConn finished 14-18 in Ollie's final season.
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Re: NCAA 17/18. Villanova campeona

por dree_15 » 21 Jun 2018, 14:05

Estaba claro que la universidad le iba a buscar trapos sucios para justificar la rescisión del contrato (y ahorrarse 10 millones de paso). Creo que de hecho Ollie hubiera sido el primer entrenador al que echan de la universidad donde ganó el título sin haber cometido una violación de las reglas internas o de la NCAA.

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Re: NCAA 17/18. Villanova campeona

por Cassell » 23 Jun 2018, 15:17

Chris Webber will be back on Michigan's campus this season. The former Fab Five star accepted an invitation from Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh to be an honorary captain at a home game during the 2018 season.

Webber was making an appearance on local radio station WTKA 1050-AM in Ann Arbor on Friday when Harbaugh called in to the show and asked Webber if he would be willing to come back, and the former Wolverines basketball standout accepted the invite on the spot.

"Coach, you know, that's no problem. I'm definitely honored, and as you know, getting to speak to you over the years, I love what you've done with the program and good luck," Webber said. "Yeah, I'll definitely be a part of it. Followed you guys going to, I think to Rome and all that good stuff. I heard you're going to Africa next year, I'm going to try to jump in the suitcase with you guys. I would definitely be honored, Coach. You know, I would do anything for you. The No. 4's at Michigan need to stick together."

Webber left the Michigan basketball team after his sophomore season in 1993 to enter the NBA draft. He was later implicated in NCAA violations dealing with improper benefits by booster Ed Martin. To go along with the self-imposed sanctions from Michigan, the NCAA imposed a 10-year ban on Webber from having any association with the Michigan program.

While the ban had recently been lifted, the five-time NBA All-Star has not made any public appearances in Ann Arbor, on campus or at any sporting events, so this announcement comes with quite a bit of fanfare. It's undetermined as to which home game Webber will serve as the honorary captain, but his presence certainly will draw a lot of eyes when it is announced.


Vía equipo de fútbol americano, pero por fin se produce el regreso de Chris Webber al campus.
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Re: NCAA 17/18. Villanova campeona

por Cassell » 25 Jun 2018, 22:18

UConn President Susan Herbst told Kevin Ollie she was upholding his firing because the former men's basketball coach had a pattern of breaking NCAA rules and committed serious violations, according to a letter obtained by The Associated Press.

The school released the June 19 letter from Herbst to Ollie on Monday in response to open records requests from the AP and other news organizations.

Ollie has asserted that the violations which led to his firing in March were minimal and isolated.

Herbst refutes that idea in the letter, writing that "eventually even a series of `isolated' or `de mimimis' violations can become a pattern of non-compliance, which is what occurred in the Men's Basketball program under your leadership."

She said the violations "are serious under any definition which may be applied and constitute just cause for your termination."

Ollie's attorney, Jacques Parenteau, said the minor issues cited by Herbst can't be called a pattern "just by lumping them together and claiming a pattern exists."

"The collective bargaining agreement requires `serious misconduct' with each act to be viewed on its own merit in order to have just cause to terminate employment," he said. "President Herbst's letter claiming serious misconduct based on this alleged `pattern of non-compliance' is just bootstrapping and nothing more than a desperate attempt to articulate a reason that sound legitimate in order to deny Coach Ollie the money he is owed by UConn."

Ollie has been appealing the decision to fire him with cause, which would allow the school to forgo paying him the more than $10 million left on his contract with the school.

Michael Bailey, the director of the UConn chapter of the American Association of University Professors, the employee union that represents Ollie has said the union plans to take the decision to arbitration.

The violations cited by Athletic Director David Benedict in firing Ollie and outlined in more than 1,300 pages of documents released last week include: Ollie shooting baskets with a recruit during an unofficial visit to the school last September; Ollie arranging a video call between a potential recruit and Ray Allen, the former NBA great who is now considered a school booster by the NCAA and Ollie arranging improper training sessions with a friend who is a personal trainer both on campus and during out of state trips that amounted to improper gifts.

Herbst said in her letter that Ollie's failure to report any inadvertent violations constitutes either a knowing disregard for his compliance obligations or a "gross inability to satisfy them."

Ollie was fired after a 14-18 season amid an NCAA investigation. He led UConn to a 127-79 record over six seasons, including the 2014 national title.

The NCAA has not released the results of its investigation.

The documents provided by UConn last week include transcripts of interviews by the school's compliance staff and NCAA officials about alleged violations. That includes secondhand information provided by former UConn assistant coach Glenn Miller, who was fired by Ollie after the 2016-17 season, about an alleged $30,000 payment by Ollie to the mother of a player.

That was not cited by Benedict as one of the issues leading to Ollie's firing and Parenteau has said it is untrue.
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Re: NCAA 17/18. Villanova campeona

por jorgemason » 26 Jun 2018, 07:44

MovistarTV empezó ayer con la First Four sus retrasmisiones veraniegas del torneo de la NCAA

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Re: NCAA 17/18. Villanova campeona

por Cassell » 27 Jun 2018, 17:25

Chris Herren Jr., whose father has become a motivational speaker against drugs and addiction since they derailed his basketball career, has enrolled at Boston College and began summer school on Monday.

Herren was originally a recruit in the class of 2019, but reclassified in order to play for the Eagles this fall. He won't be on scholarship as a freshman, sources told ESPN.
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NCAA 17/18. Villanova campeona

por Rodions Kurucs » 27 Jun 2018, 22:47

Filip Rebrača, son of famous ex Serbian NT player Željko Rebrača, will attend North Dakota Fighting Hawks (D1, Big Sky).
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Re: NCAA 17/18. Villanova campeona

por Cassell » 08 Jul 2018, 15:50

North Dakota's Geno Crandall is moving to Gonzaga as a graduate transfer and will be eligible to play this season.

Crandall, a 6-foot-4, 180-pound guard, is expected to bolster a backcourt lacking depth.

Crandall averaged 14.3 points and 4 assists for North Dakota in his career, shooting 48 percent from the floor.

Last December, he scored 28 points as North Dakota pushed Gonzaga to overtime in an eventual loss.

Gonzaga point guard Josh Perkins is recovering from a shoulder injury but should be ready for the season. Gonzaga's backup point guard options were incoming freshman Greg Foster Jr. and redshirt freshman Joel Ayayi.

Crandall joins a Bulldogs team coming off of a Sweet 16 finish and a 32-5 record.
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