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Big Things Ahead For Five Mountain West Players

Mountain West

Every year, relatively unknown players step up and become well-known names while producing on the court. Then they leave and the cycle continues as new players step up to fill roles on the team. Taking a look at the Mountain West men’s basketball teams, here are five players poised to step into bigger roles and make an impact next season.

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Three MAC Players To Watch Out For


The MAC conference is a conference that gets overlooked way too often. Here are three players that are due for a big season ahead of them.   1. Justin Turner-Bowling Green: All eyes were on this kid, yes because he was a scoring machine last season with Bowling Green, but because he was set to transfer. Some schools that were

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Gibson Jimerson ready to make noise

Gibson Jimerson

Gibson Jimerson, the highly-touted three-star player, played his final year of high school out of Montverde Academy in Florida. He led his high school team in scoring and shooting percentage. Not too bad if you ask me. Now, Gibson Jimerson is a Saint Louis Billiken. Unfortunately, his freshman campaign ended too abruptly for him. He suffered a foot injury on

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San Diego State Will Remain Solid

Yes, the most unthinkable and outrageous season in the history of the San Diego State Basketball program ended abruptly in a lamentable fashion. Honestly, they were an incredible team. They topped BYU by five at the ruckus Marriott Center, and BYU then eventually took down Gonzaga. 20 days later, they took down Iowa and All-American, Luka Garza, by ten. Then

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The Potential for SLU Next Year

The Billikens of Saint Louis could be a scary team next year if they catch fire and limit injuries. The squad, is set to have everyone return except 5’10 Tay Weaver who averaged 4.5 points per game. Practically over 90% of the whole team’s production will be returning along with a couple of players who were hurt last season due

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The X and Dru Show

Crafty, elusive, and clutch are three adjectives to describe the Missouri Tigers backcourt. Dru Smith and Xavier Pinson are going to have to carry a lot of load next year for the Tigers, if they want to be successful. They did this year, and expectations are much higher for next year. Smith, who will be a senior next year is

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