Grayson Allen Shoves FSU Assistant Coach, Who Says It's Chill

Duke lost on the road to Florida State 88-72 Tuesday night, and keeping with what now appears to be a nightly routine, guard Grayson Allen drew the ire of a college basketball team’s fan base when yet another one of the junior’s ill-controlled appendages struck yet another human being. This time, though, Allen…

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Baylor's First Ever Spell As The Nation's Top-Ranked Team Kicks Off With Blowout Loss

Then-undefeated Baylor became the #1 team in the nation for the first time in school history on Monday. A day later, the Bears got blown out by West Virginia, and I hope they enjoyed their lone day in the number one spot, because it’s almost assuredly gone after this week.

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The ESPN Voices Feed Really Is Something

ESPN threw Bill Walton onto its ESPN Voices feed of tonight’s national championship game, and the basketball legend—clad in an Uncle Sam costume—has spent the game asking basic questions about which teams are playing, who the quarterbacks are, and where the game is being played all on top of other panelists’…

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ACC: "There Is Nothing Conclusive" About Grayson Allen's Latest Dirty Footwork

Grayson Allen’s “indefinite” suspension for lunatic play turned out to be only one game, and just one game after his return, it looks as if that may not have been long enough for him to learn his lesson. During yesterday’s game against Boston College, the junior was involved in something that looks to me more like an…

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Missouri, Georgia Coaching Staffs Fight

The Missouri and Georgia coaching staffs got into an old-man brawl at the end of the first half of today’s game between the Tigers and Bulldogs in Athens, with referee Karl Hess even inserting himself into the ruckus and shoving people in what his mind we’re sure passes for an attempt to restore order.

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Grayson Allen's Back And Coach K Doesn't Care What You Think

Grayson Allen said he had no idea he’d be back in the lineup against Georgia Tech until he arrived for the pregame walk-through, and that’s when coach Mick Krizilonski let him know: Allen’s “indefinite” suspension, for tripping yet another player, was over after one game.

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Duke Ends Grayson Allen's Indefinite Suspension After Just One Game

All it took for Duke to end the “indefinite suspension” of star shooting guard/humility-themed motivational poster Grayson Allen was one loss to Virginia Tech. Allen was suspended after Duke’s Dec. 22 win over Elon for tripping yet another opponent (this is somewhat of a habit for Allen), and coach Mick Krizilonski

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Kansas Beats Kansas State At The Buzzer Despite Blatant Traveling Violation

With Kansas and Kansas State tied up at 88 with 5.6 seconds left, the Jayhawks gave the ball to Svi Mykhailiuk. Mykhailiuk took it end-to-end and scored a buzzer-beating layup, preserving Kansas’ NCAA-high 50-game home win streak.

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Dillon Brooks Nails Second Coolest Three-Pointer Of His Career

Through 14 games, Oregon forward Dillon Brooks has taken a step to the side or backwards in nearly all major offensive categories—his long ball is hitting just 30 percent of the time. Still, as he has throughout his career, the third-year player from Ontario has focused on basketball’s fundamental tasks, like pissing off Coach K and draining nasty buzzer-beaters, and it’s working out for the 12-2 Ducks.

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Duke Suspends Grayson Allen Indefinitely

Duke beat Elon, but who cares. We’re all here for Grayson Allen getting T’d up for tripping an opponent (his third such tripping incident in the calendar year), having a mini-meltdown about it, the ensuing pile-on of Coach K, and everyone waking up this morning to the news that Duke has indefinitely suspended Allen, effective immediately.

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Iowa Refuses To Shake Hands After North Dakota, Down By 11, Tries Buzzer-Beater

With the Hawkeyes up by 11 with three seconds to play, there was no question about who was going to win tonight’s game between Iowa and North Dakota. But North Dakota forward Drick Bernstine stole the ball and tried to beat the buzzer with a little jumper anyway, and Iowa coach Fran McCaffrey was not happy. So unhappy that he walked off the court immediately, and his players followed—leaving North Dakota hanging as they waited to shake hands.

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Kentucky Downs North Carolina Thanks To Miracle Freshman Malik Monk

Malik Monk’s three-pointer with 17 seconds remaining gave Kentucky the lead for good in the Wildcats’ lightning-fire matchup against North Carolina, as the freshman phenom finished with 47 points in leading his team to a 103-100 win over the Tar Heels.

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Get To Know Marcus Keene, 5-Foot-9 Scoring Wizard

The leading scorer in college basketball this season isn’t Lonzo Ball, Josh Jackson, or Ivan Rabb. He isn’t even 6-foot. Marcus Keene plays point guard for the Central Michigan Chippewas of the Mid-American Conference, and he has a legitimate chance to become the first 30-point-per-game scorer in college basketball in 20 years.

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The leading scorer in college basketball this season isn’t Lonzo Ball, Josh Jackson, or Ivan Rabb. He isn’t even 6-foot. Marcus Keene plays point guard for the Central Michigan Chippewas of the Mid-American Conference, and he has a legitimate chance to become the first 30-point-per-game scorer in college basketball in 20 years.

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Battery Charge Against Kansas’s Carlton Bragg Jr. Dismissed, Girlfriend To Be Charged Instead

The misdemeanor battery charge brought against Kansas Jayhawks forward Carlton Bragg Jr. has been dismissed, Douglas County prosecutors announced today. In the same press release, they said a battery charge was being filed against Bragg’s girlfriend.

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The misdemeanor battery charge brought against Kansas Jayhawks forward Carlton Bragg Jr. has been dismissed, Douglas County prosecutors announced today. In the same press release, they said a battery charge was being filed against Bragg’s girlfriend.

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Suspended Morehead State Coach Sean Woods Charged With Battery

Morehead State coach Sean Woods has been charged with battery after two players reported him to campus police for physically abusing them during a November basketball game.Read more…

Morehead State coach Sean Woods has been charged with battery after two players reported him to campus police for physically abusing them during a November basketball game.

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