Every year, we witness a new class of sports legends make a name for themselves in their respective sport, but we also say goodbye to some.
Paolo Banchero is projected to be the No. 1 overall pick in 2022’s NBA draft and has made a name for himself as a truly talented player.
Winning doesn’t come easy in any sport, so it takes a special and talented team to put together the longest winning streak in sports history.
There have been a lot of good college basketball teams in NCAA history, but which ones are remembered as the greatest college basketball teams of all-time?
It will be very weird to not see Coach K on the sidelines in 2022.
Bob Valvano is back on the radio, with his first show back being on Wednesday (April 21)! This is incredible news after he shared just two days previous (April 19) on Twitter that he has “leukemia” along with “(an) aneurysm on (his) aorta…and…some kidney damage, maybe from all (the) Aleve (he) took for (his) back”.
Roy Williams Retires As North Carolina Basketball Head Coach, Leaving Legacy And Making An Impact On Players He Coached
According to University of North Carolina Men’s Basketball: “Roy Williams, who led the University of North Carolina to three NCAA championships, is retiring after 33 seasons and 903 wins as a college basketball head coach.” Find out what so many basketball players had to say about how Williams has impacted them.
Sweet Sixteen Georgia Tech Women’s Basketball Head Coach Drops Mic On NCAA With ‘Thank You’ Letter: ‘To The NCAA: Thank You For Using The Biggest Weeks…To Expose Exactly How You Feel About Women’s Basketball – An Afterthought’
“To the NCAA: Thank you!” Nell Fortner, Georgia Tech Women’s Head Basketball coach, said. “Thank you for using the three biggest weeks of your organization’s year to expose exactly how you feel about women’s basketball – an afterthought.”
Following that loss, Buckeyes star E.J. Liddell received horrible messages on social media which threatened him and called him racial slurs.
March Miracle: Sister Jean’s Prayer Answered In Form Of Loyola Chicago Winning Game Against #1-Ranked Illinois
“As we play the Fighting Illini, we ask for special help to overcome this team and get a great win,” Sister Jean said in a prayer as reported by The Star Tribune. “We hope to score early and make our opponents nervous. We have a great opportunity to convert rebounds as this team makes about 50% of layups and 30% of its 3 points. Our defense can take care of that.”