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Magazine articles on basketball.
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Sports Central
December 24, 2012
Corrie Trouw
A League of Their Own These are the end days of the current college sports conference structure. Recent developments have all-but-assured the destruction of the Big East, and even best of breeds like the SEC and Big Ten will look much different than their obsessively regional previous incarnations. mark for My Articles 235 similar articles
Sports Central
December 22, 2012
Ross Lancaster
The Tale of Two Coasts During the young NBA season, there have been two storylines which seem to tower over the rest. They take place on opposite sides of the country and feature exceeding expectations on the East Coast and one of the biggest disappointments to this point in the season in league history on the West Coast. mark for My Articles 607 similar articles
Sports Central
December 5, 2012
Jonathan Lowe
Experiencing an Early Code Blue Since the Associated Press basketball poll expanded to 25 teams back in 1990, only once had a top-10 team fallen out of favor with the voters in one week. Well, actually, now it's twice. mark for My Articles 191 similar articles
Sports Central
November 28, 2012
Stephen Kerr
Rockets Head Coach Deals With Tragic Loss As important as sports is in our culture, we often forget the players and coaches we admire or criticize are real people, just like us. They are not superhuman. They have families, and they suffer pain and tragedy, just as we do. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
Sports Central
November 26, 2012
Bob Ekstrom
Numbers Don't Lie, But They Aren't Always Truthful As we settle in to watch tonight's NBA action, there will be a decided enclave of us wearing our greens and whites who will have one eye on the court and one on the scorer's table. We'll root for Rondo to get his 10 assists. mark for My Articles 64 similar articles
Sports Central
November 23, 2012
Kevin Beane
Jack Taylor's Bogus Journey You've probably heard about tiny Grinnell College's Jack Taylor going for an NCAA record 138 points earlier this week against Faith Baptist Bible College. Here are six facts about the game and Grinnell's basketball "philosophy." mark for My Articles
Sports Central
November 19, 2012
Paul Foeller
Cinderella in 2013: November Edition Our focus is on two new teams to add to the list of possible "Cinderella" teams, the Creighton Blue Jays and the Ohio Bobcats. mark for My Articles 74 similar articles
Sports Central
November 12, 2012
Joshua Duffy
Early Lessons in College Basketball When you're trying to evaluate college basketball teams, it's best not to draw too many conclusions based off just a game or two. Any team with a coach worth his salt will improve considerably between now and March. mark for My Articles 235 similar articles
Sports Central
October 18, 2012
Jonathan Lowe
Early Tourneys: The Dark Horses It has been five years since Anaheim had its chance to host a holiday tournament. While the state of Hawaii has been a college basketball destination for nearly 30 years, the city of Honolulu has only held their own event for four. mark for My Articles 204 similar articles
Sports Central
October 7, 2012
Jonathan Lowe
Early Tourneys: The Underappreciated There are several college basketball tournaments going on during the holiday season. With showcase games all over the country, some can get lost in the shuffle. mark for My Articles 357 similar articles
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