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Champion’s Classic Preview, 2019

College basketball is back, and what better way to start it off then the Champions Classic. In the event’s 9th year, this is the first in which each of the four teams are ranked the four best in the country. This short tournament has a chance to be a historic start to the season. The night at Madison Square Garden

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Kentucky Wildcats 2019 Overview

Projected Starting Lineup: PG: Ashton Hagans SG: Tyrese Maxey SF: Khalil Whitney PF: EJ Montgomery C: Nick Richards   Key Additions: Khalil Whitney, Keion Brooks, Tyrese Maxey, and Johnny Juzang Key Losses: P.J. Washington, Tyler Herro, Keldon Johnson, and Reid Travis Credit: Lexington Herald Leader Season Ceiling: 32-5 (SEC Tournament Champions, NCAA Tournament Final Four Appearance) Season Floor: 23-11 (NCAA

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The Top Tier Players and Coaches in SEC History

The SEC has a reputable name for creating accomplished NBA players and having dynamic teams who are continuously improving and competing with each other. Since its creation in 1933, powerhouses such as Kentucky, Tennessee, and LSU have proven their worth to this date with 7 of the SEC participating in the NCAA Tournament. With these strong teams come sensational players

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CBB Review Too Early Top 25 (June 2019)

Team (Total Votes) (First Place Votes) Michigan State (197) (6) Kentucky (182) (1) Duke (181) (1) Kansas (159) Maryland (156) Louisville (154) North Carolina (143) Villanova (138) Virginia (132) Memphis (124) Gonzaga (121) Texas Tech (110) Seton Hall (108) Ohio State (77) Arizona (73) LSU (59) Baylor (52) Purdue (44) Utah State (41) Michigan (39) Washington (39) Auburn (38) Tennessee (34) Florida (31) Iowa

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Where will Matthew Hurt go?

Matthew Hurt, a 6’8 power forward out of Rochester Minnesota is the 10th ranked player in the class of 2019. He is one of the last top recruits to decide on a school, but will be announcing on Friday, April 19th where he will spend next year. The 4 schools he’s considering are Duke, Kansas, UNC, and Kentucky. Here are

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Previewing the Sweet 16

Sixteen teams remain. Eight games to be played to decide who is elite enough to move on to be one step closer to cut down the nets and take a trip to Minneapolis to play for the National Championship. Seven conferences remain and will battle it out in hopes that their teams can keep the momentum going and break into

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