Archive | November, 2011

Kentucky basketball notes: Is UK 'locked into' too many non-conference rivalries?

By Jerry Tipton / jtipton@herald-leader.com A possible expansion of Southeastern Conference play could mean a noteworthy contraction of Kentucky's non-conference schedule, UK Coach John Calipari said Wednesday. Calipari's comments echoed a posting on
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St. John's basketball draws first road game of the season vs. No. 1 Kentucky

BY Roger Rubin Mike Dunlap, who will be filling in for head coach Steve Lavin as he recuperates from prostate cancer surgery, says Kentucky's size is the first thing he noticed about the WIldcats' roster. LEXINGTON, Ky. – “Fear Factor” would probably
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With Lockout Nearing End, Basketball Back in Focus

By BRIAN MAHONEY AP Basketball Writer Teams began talking to agents Wednesday as the lockout inched closer to its end, and basketball moved back into focus. Dwight Howard and Chris Paul were linked to trade speculation, while free agents such as Tyson
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 With Lockout Nearing End, <b>Basketball</b> Back in Focus
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Georgetown basketball is growing up quickly on offense heading into Alabama game

With 10 underclassmen among the 13 players on the Georgetown men's basketball team, Coach John Thompson III was preaching defense heading into the season. That's traditionally been the Hoyas' identity, and in this case it figured to be their most
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Boys Basketball: Herndon High Wins Season Opener

By Todd C Smith Sophomores DeAndre Thomas and Dorian Johnson began their second season by leading the Herndon High boys basketball team past Washington-Lee Tuesday. The duo led the youth-dominant Hornet squad with 18 and 17 points, respectively,
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Girls basketball preview: New coach likes Eagles' prospects

Southern Door girls basketball coach Brandon Wautier, background left, leads his team through drills during practice Monday. / Tina M. Gohr/Door County Advocate *All games start at 7:30 pm unless noted otherwise. Brandon Wautier is excited about both
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Pali High Basketball Teams Triumph

By Steve Galluzzo Expectations are sky high for the Palisades High girls basketball team this season. Not only are the Dolphins pursuing a second consecutive LA City Section Division II title, they want a state championship to boot.
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AP source: Feds search Fine's office

AP SYRACUSE, NY — Federal agents have searched the campus office of former Syracuse assistant basketball coach Bernie Fine as part of the investigation of child molestation allegations against him, according to a law enforcement official familiar with
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HHS boys' basketball team should be defined by effort

By BEN KLEINE Hillsboro High School boys basketball coach Darrel Knoll asks his players to improve every practice and every game. If his team competes hard, makes an attempt to comprehend the game, does its school work, and stays out of trouble in the
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Syracuse Orange Basketball: Huge Test Comes Friday Versus Florida

With all of the off-the-court drama at Syracuse, the actual basketball games have taken a backseat. However, this Friday with the inaugural Big East-SEC Challenge, Syracuse welcomes a top 10 team not from Philadelphia to the Carrier Dome for the first
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 Syracuse Orange <b>Basketball</b>: Huge Test Comes Friday Versus Florida
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