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Interview with Stanford basketball big man, Oscar Da Silva

Stanford Basketball

Oscar Da Silva, a forward for Stanford basketball from Munich, Germany, is ready to push for success this upcoming season. Oscar Da Silva is going into his final season for Stanford basketball, ready to continue his growth on the court. Prior to the cancellation of the remainder of the NCAA season, Da Silva was averaging 15.7 points per game, alongside

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2017-18 UMBC Retrievers Men’s Basketball Team: Where are they now?

Before the 2017-18 NCAA Tournament, not many people had even known who the UMBC Retrievers were. On March 16th, 2018, UMBC did the impossible. The Retrievers took down the number one overall seed Virginia. Anybody who pays attention to college basketball and even some who don’t, knows about this game. It was the first time in college basketball history that

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Former College Hoops Star Xavier Silas is Taking his Vast Experiences to the Coaching Box

Xavier Silas experienced two different worlds at the college level, and it helped him play professionally and become successful as a coach. Silas began his career at Colorado, averaging 12 points a game in his freshman year and 9.7 in his sophomore campaign. Despite these impressive numbers as an underclassman, Silas decided to transfer after his sophomore year. Colorado’s head

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BIG-10 Awards and Tournament Predictions

An incredible regular season for the BIG-10 has come to a close and it couldn’t have ended in such dramatic fashion. The biggest and most interesting trend that stood out from other power conferences this season was the home-court advantage that stuck out in the beginning of the year. Teams like Maryland, Wisconsin, and Purdue held their ground against tough

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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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NCAA Tournament Locks, Should Be Ins, and Bubble teams (Power Conference Edition)

Can you believe it?  Selection Sunday is under one month away, which means that very soon, college basketball will rightly be taking over the sports world. At this point in time, there are a lot of teams that are locks for the ‘Big Dance’.  With that being said, there are also numerous teams with a little bit of work to

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