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- Sources: Arizona hit with nine alleged violations
The University of Arizona has been charged with nine alleged rules violations, including five Level I charges, following a multiyear investigation of its men's basketball
program, sources confirmed to ESPN on Sunday.
ESPN. Sunday, 25 Oct 2020.
- The NBA made it through its pandemic season, now it looks to 5G and VR in a post-Covid world
The National Basketball
Association wants to further incorporate holograms and virtual reality courtside seat experiences as it prepares for a new future post-Covid-19.
CNBC. Sunday, 25 Oct 2020.
- Madison Square Garden Considering Fan-Less College Basketball Games For 2020-21 Season
Madison Square Garden is considering holding some fan-less college basketball
games this season, including the Villanova-Virginia game originally scheduled for Dec. 19, sources said.
Forbes. Saturday, 24 Oct 2020.
- UCLA, USC ready to take it to the next level in Pac-12 and NCAAs
The Bruins' and Trojans' women's basketball
teams know they play in one of the nation's toughest conferences. They hope that prepares them for the postseason.
Los Angeles Times. Saturday, 24 Oct 2020.
- USC basketball finally has a place to practice. Can Trojans make up for lost time?
In July, coach Andy Enfield's players had to work out on tennis courts because of the pandemic. He says the Trojans are behind, but "no one's going to care."
Los Angeles Times. Friday, 23 Oct 2020.
- More than 30 college teams to play early games at casino
A resort casino on tribal land in Connecticut is finalizing plans to host more than 30 college basketball
teams as it becomes a modified bubble for several early-season tournaments, including two being moved from New York.
Fox News. Friday, 23 Oct 2020.
- David Griffin Believes New Orleans Pelicans Will Age Into Championships Like Fine Wine
New Orleans Pelicans Vice President of Basketball
Operations David Griffin believes the core of this team will age into a championship label much like his favorite wines. ...
Forbes. Friday, 23 Oct 2020.
- Penn State coach Pat Chambers resigns after investigation
Pat Chambers resigned as Penn State's basketball
coach Wednesday following an internal investigation by the school into allegations of inappropriate conduct.
Fox News. Wednesday, 21 Oct 2020.
- Indiana student listed as 'BLACK GUY' in high school yearbook photo caption
The student was shown as a member of a basketball
team in a blurred photo from the 2020 yearbook for Brown County High School in Nashville, Ind. The district announced an investigation Monday.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 21 Oct 2020.
- The top women's college basketball prospects in the Classes of 2022, '23 and '24
Who are the top junior, sophomore and freshman recruits we should start paying attention to?
ESPN. Wednesday, 21 Oct 2020.
- At the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum, All Athletes Are Equal
The new museum in Colorado Springs is based on the idea that a wheelchair basketball
player trains just as hard as any other basketball
New York Times. Wednesday, 21 Oct 2020.
- Flattened Basketballs as Art
The sport is considered an art form, and the artist Tyrrell Winston would agree.
New York Times. Wednesday, 21 Oct 2020.
- Man speeding through Ohio neighborhood gets out of his car to shoot at kids playing basketball
Police are searching for a driver who got out of his car and shot at kids playing basketball
on a street in Akron, Ohio. The shooting occurred after one of the boys yelled at the driver to slow down.
Daily Mail. Sunday, 18 Oct 2020.
- Why Michael Jordan Proves Passion Must Precede Leadership
Michael Jordan's passion for winning, not his love of basketball, drove his leadership style.
Entrepreneur. Thursday, 15 Oct 2020.
- California panel recommends limits to police crowd control
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - Days after police and members of an unruly crowd were injured following the Los Angeles Lakers' latest basketball
championship, Gov. ...
Washington Times. Tuesday, 13 Oct 2020.
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