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Senior Spotlight: Udoka Azubuike

Annnd at center, the senior from Delta, Nigeria. Number 35, Udoka Azubuike! Kansas fans have loved hearing these words for the last 4 years. Udoka Azubuike, the 20 year old senior has had quite the career, with many downs, but even more ups. From the 280 pound, role player as a freshman to the 255 pound All-American today, the growth

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Interview With Texas Starter and Sharpshooter Jase Febres

Jase Febres, the 6’5 guard from Houston, Texas has what it takes to take Texas to the next level. Jase Febres averaged a respectable 9.3 points, including back to back games scoring 17 and 23 points, and showed off his shooting touch with multiple games with over 5 three-pointers made. Unfortunately, as the season was coming down to the wire,

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Top 5 Crazy College Basketball Stat Lines Of the 2019-2020 Season

Cameron Parker

This season was full of crazy stat lines, but some stood out more than the others. From surreal point totals, record-breaking assist numbers, and even a 25 point 25 rebound performance, here are the 5 craziest stat lines of the season. 5) Shamarkus Kennedy Stat line: 17 Points, 10 Rebounds, 10 BLOCKS, 72.7 FG% For most, a triple double contains

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Senior Spotlight: Virginia Basketball’s Mamadi Diakite and Braxton Key

Virginia Basketball

Mamadi Diakite entered Virginia’s basketball program in the 2014-15 season, taking a redshirt year and becoming a solid player in his four year career. After declaring for the draft in 2019, Diakite returned to school with the expectation as the go-to guy. Braxton Key transferred to Virginia after the 2018 season and was a key to Virginia’s championship run, especially

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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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Each College Basketball Recruiting “Bust” Since 2000

As the popularity of the “one and done” keeps increasing in college basketball, people want to keep up with what happens on the recruiting end for teams. This results in a bigger spotlight for players in high school, whether from college recruiters or the media. Since 1998, RCSI has released high school recruiting rankings for basketball, and since then, Rivals,

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