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The Hypothetical College Basketball Bubble

Basketball has finally returned thanks to the NBA bubble working to plan. In addition to the games being played, the activities within the bubble are almost as entertaining. College basketball can not operate under the same circumstances that the NBA is, meaning a bubble is not a reachable goal. However, in a hypothetical situation, a college basketball bubble would be

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Biggest Busts in Duke Basketball History

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Despite being a blue-blood basketball school and a consistent NCAA Tournament contender, some prospects out of the Duke basketball program haven’t performed to their full potential. The following players to play for the Blue Devils were expected to be incredible in the NBA, but fell short and were busts. Nolan Smith After staying at Duke for all four years, Nolan

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Five Most Passionate Fan Bases in College Basketball

Behind every great college basketball program is a great fan base. What makes college sports so special, especially hoops, is the support the teams receive from students, alumni, and fans around the country. Home court is pivotal in college basketball, and creates an advantage unlike any other in sports due to the passion each fan base brings to games. With

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ACC Awards and Tournament Predictions

A down year for what usually is college basketball’s most dominant conference has provided some interesting storylines thus far. Florida State has quietly crept into being a national powerhouse. UNC, despite having freshman sensation Cole Anthony, finished last in the ACC. And Georgia Tech finished fifth in the league, which is a surprise in its own. The regular season came

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Virginia’s Roadmap to the Field of 68

From ruin to redemption. Tony Bennett’s Cavaliers won the national championship last season after losing to a 16 seed the year before. All is good I’m Charlottesville, right? Maybe. But Virginia finds itself on the bubble for the first time since 2013 and is in danger of not only not repeating as champion, but not hearing its name called on

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