Rocket Watts commits to play for Tom Izzo, Michigan State

DETROIT, Michigan — Rocket Watts announced his commitment to Michigan State on Saturday night. Watts chose the Spartans over Florida State, which he visited in early September. Visa det här inlägget på Instagram The next step is all about development- as a player as student as a teammate and as a person. That’s why I’ve…

Former NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson hired as Fisk basketball coach

NASHVILLE, Tennessee — Former NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson was officially introduced Monday as Fisk’s new coach. He replaced Larry Glover, the school’s athletics director who spent the past three years coaching the team. Anderson, 47, starred for Georgia Tech’s 1990 Final Four team. He played for several NBA teams from 1991 to 2005. He made…

Blake Griffin opens performance facility at Oklahoma University

NORMAN, Oklahoma — During alumni weekend, former Oklahoma Sooners and NBA star was on campus Saturday for the dedication of the Griffin Family Performance Center. Blake Griffin, the AP Player of the Year in 2009, made the largest donation ever from a Sooner basketball alongside of the unveiling of the new facility. Former Sooners Buddy…

Duke Cruise past McGill 103-58 to Cap Unbeaten Canada Tour

MONTREAL, Quebec — Freshman Zion Williamson recorded 36 points, 13 rebounds, four assists, three steals and two blocks, as Duke capped its three-game tour of Canada with a 103-58 victory over McGill University Sunday afternoon at Place Bell in Montreal in front of 10,098. Canadian-native R.J. Barrett poured in 23 with a game-high 10 assists….

Freshmen Duo Leads Duke Past Toronto, 96-60

MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO — R.J. Barrett scored 35 points, 9 reboundss, 3 dimes in his second hometown exhibition game for Duke, while Zion Williamson added 24, 8 rebounds, 2 steals and the Blue Devils beat the University of Toronto 96-60 on Friday night in an exhibition game. The Blue Devils will finish the three-game tour in…

Zion Williamson takes off from the foul – line

DURHAM, North Carolina — Duke freshman, Zion Williamson, takes off from the foul – line displaying his leaping ability at 6-foot-7 285 pounds. ZION WILLIAMSON FROM THE FT LINE. @ZionW32 🚀🚀🚀🐰🐰🐰🐰😤😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱 pic.twitter.com/2l1pwiz2Mc — Duke Basketball (@DukeMBB) 14 augusti 2018

NCAA makes significant changes to College Basketball

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana — The NCAA made significant changes to college basketball. The NCAA Board of Governors and Division I Board of Directors adopted a series of significant policy and legislative changes, setting in motion actions to change the structure of the NCAA fundamentally. “These changes will promote integrity in the game, strengthen accountability and prioritize…

Chris Paul donates $2.5 million to Wake Forest hoops program

WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina — Houston Rockets All-Star guard and former Wake Forest Demon Deacon CP3 (Chris Paul) is donating $2.5 million in support of the basketball team. The donation announced Tuesday is the school’s largest by a former Wake Forest basketball player. School officials say it will assist a project to expand and enhance the…