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Around The Country In 2 Minutes, Next Up: Anthony Pittman

Over the years, I have seen many players overlooked. I have come to understand on what separates an average player from a successful player; it is their Commitment to their craft. Oftentimes in this world most people are looking for the next big thing; this also applies to the world of High School (Basketball) sports. …

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Increasing The Efforts To Promote “HBCU Basketball Program’s” To Las Vegas Inner City Children…

Today, most people can access vast amount of information. Yet few people know how to process information and use it to their advantage. It has come down to the “what” (information) and the “how” (The management of information). In the world of youth athletics my understanding is; It appears people are Mis-informed. We have to …

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The Current Dilemma of Appropriation In High School And Youth Basketball

In our urban communities in America, their must be a level of understanding and responsibility when it comes to engaging our children in the sports world. The sports industry is not just a signature aspect of the American way of life, but it has also become a major component of the American economy. I had …

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NCAA Senior Vice President of Basketball Dan Gavitt’s statement on preparation for 2020-21 basketball season

Contingency plans provide alternatives to Nov. 10 start date  August 17, 2020 3:00pm As we prepare for the 2020-21 college basketball season, we have exercised patience and discipline in monitoring the effects of COVID-19 and making decisions regarding the season. We have learned a great deal over the course of the summer, and with health …

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An Open Letter To Us As Black Men… THE KILLING MUST STOP🛑

Leadership is a matter of intelligence, trustworthiness, humanness, courage, and sternness. These qualities are essential to any successful Nation. When you look at the state of our condition in this country, a lot of these qualities are missing from our current leadership. America is on the verge of an internal break down. I have always …

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DII provides scheduling Update for the 2020-21 College season

Here is a full and complete statement from the NCAA Division II: The Division II Administrative Committee on Wednesday continued providing scheduling flexibility for all Division II sports for the 2020-21 academic year as a response to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The committee also clarified the application of a season-of-competition waiver that was approved …

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NCAA Modifications To Fall Sports; Except Football

Here is the full and complete statement from the NCAA concerning fall sports: The Division I Council Coordination Committee granted a blanket waiver that reduces by 50% the current legislated minimum number of contests that teams in fall sports other than football must play. The waiver is available for men’s and women’s cross country, men’s …

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The Battle Ground, The Fight To Keep Our Young Talent Home… G-League vs The World

It seems like yesterday we were having a conversation about RJ Hampton & LaMelo Ball making the decision to play overseas in the NBL. The new massive pay structure to the G-League has become very attractive. The one-percent of Top high school basketball athletes or presented with the new updated version of the Select contract. …

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Juco Player Spotlight: Cashemin Williams Of Arizona Western “Interview”

The new normal definitely has been different for many basketball recruits around the country. Cash Williams of Arizona Western JC is a 6’3” point guard from Fresno California. Cash is not the type of player who shy’s away from competition. He’s definitely a competitor who hates to lose. Like many players around the country, Cash’s …

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The Uncertain Of The NCAA And College Sports Doing The Coronavirus Pandemic

The NCAA and College sports are definitely at a crossroad. Fall sports on all levels are being affected by the current situations when it comes to the coronavirus. According to Sports Illustrated, the NCAA’s highest-ranking basketball executive, has floated the idea to conference leaders about accelerating the start of the men’s basketball season. This would …

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