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Did These College Coaches Deliver On Their Early Promises? | Part 2
  • College Basketball
  • April 25, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Did These College Coaches Deliver On Their Early Promises? | Part 2

Here’s Part 2 of our examination into the introductory press conferences of some of the notable college basketball coaches who were hired last offseason. You can read Part 1 here. These introductory press conferences can be full of cliches, like talk of establishing a culture or playing fast, but they can also lend themselves to […]

Where Would You Go to School if You Were the Next Kyler Murray?
  • College Football
  • April 25, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Where Would You Go to School if You Were the Next Kyler Murray?

The first round of the 2019 NFL Draft is Thursday night and there’s been more than a little speculation that Oklahoma’s Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Kyler Murray will be the No. 1 overall pick by the Arizona Cardinals. That would make Murray a top-10 pick in both the NFL (2019) and MLB (2018) drafts after the […]

College Hoops 2018-19 Transfer List
  • College Basketball
  • April 25, 2019
  • Jeff Goodman, Stadium Basketball Insider

College Hoops 2018-19 Transfer List

[Now that I’m allowed to do the transfer list again, I’ll do what I used to do: keep the most updated and comprehensive version of those leaving for what they hope are greener pastures. Remember, walk-ons are NOT included on the list. When I first started compiling this list about a decade ago, there were […]

Did These College Coaches Deliver On Their Early Promises? | Part 1
  • College Basketball
  • April 24, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Did These College Coaches Deliver On Their Early Promises? | Part 1

Introductory press conferences for coaches are often full of cliches, ranging from “establishing a culture” to promises of an uptempo play style — with frequent mentions of words like “program,” “opportunity” and “community.” Inspired by Hoop Vision’s Jordan Sperber’s compilation of cliches from the latest coaching carousel, we decided to rewind the clock to a […]

Dame Time: Damian Lillard’s Legacy Grows With Series Dagger
  • NBA
  • April 24, 2019
  • Chinmay Vaidya

Dame Time: Damian Lillard’s Legacy Grows With Series Dagger

Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard made headlines earlier this season when discussing championships on The Posted Up Podcast with Yahoo’s Chris Haynes. On the heels of his exhilarating game-winner Tuesday night, Lillard’s statement is fascinating context, so we’ll show you the full quote: “Six, seven years of fighting, trying to get over the hump — […]

Up-To-Date List of College Basketball Players Who Declared for 2019 NBA Draft
  • College Basketball
  • April 24, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Up-To-Date List of College Basketball Players Who Declared for 2019 NBA Draft

On Tuesday, April 23, the NBA announced the 233 players who filed as early entry candidates for the 2019 NBA Draft, which included 175 players from colleges and other education institutions and 58 international players. Here’s the list of the 175 college basketball players who have declared for the 2019 NBA Draft. The NBA Draft […]

Will the Suns Give Their Next Head Coach a Fighting Chance?
  • NBA
  • April 23, 2019
  • Chinmay Vaidya

Will the Suns Give Their Next Head Coach a Fighting Chance?

The Suns have once again decided to move in a new direction with their head coaching position. Phoenix relieved Igor Kokoskov of his duties after one season with the team. Kokoskov went 19-63 with the Suns in what was going to be a rebuilding year with the priority being the development of Phoenix’s young players. […]

No. 1 2020 College Football Prospect Bryan Bresee Makes College Decision
  • College Football
  • April 23, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

No. 1 2020 College Football Prospect Bryan Bresee Makes College Decision

Defensive tackle Bryan Bresee, the No. 1 overall prospect in the 2020 recruiting class according to the 247Sports Composite rankings, committed to Clemson on Tuesday afternoon. Bresee, a 6-5, 290-pound recruit from Damascus (Md.) High School, chose the defending national champion Tigers over Alabama, Georgia, Michigan, Ohio State and Penn State. He ranks as the […]

What’s Next for Virginia After Kyle Guy Stays in the 2019 NBA Draft?
  • College Basketball
  • April 23, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

What’s Next for Virginia After Kyle Guy Stays in the 2019 NBA Draft?

Reigning national champion Virginia’s returning players for the 2019-20 season combined for 48 starts last year, at most, after junior guard Kyle Guy, the 2019 Final Four Most Outstanding Player, announced Monday that he’s keeping his name in the 2019 NBA Draft. The Cavaliers were certainly going to lose redshirt sophomore forward De’Andre Hunter, a […]

Idaho State Coach Ryan Looney Agrees to Three-Year Contract
  • College Basketball
  • April 23, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Idaho State Coach Ryan Looney Agrees to Three-Year Contract

Ryan Looney made the jump this offseason from Division II Point Loma Nazarene University, where he was the head coach for three seasons, to the Division I ranks at Idaho State. Looney agreed to a three-year contract with the university on April 17, according to a signed offer letter Stadium obtained via public records request. […]

“Pooh: The Derrick Rose Story” – How to Watch the D-Rose Documentary
  • NBA
  • April 23, 2019
  • Stadium Staff

“Pooh: The Derrick Rose Story” – How to Watch the D-Rose Documentary

Stadium Films presents “Pooh: The Derrick Rose Story.” The documentary is available on-demand at WatchStadium.com/pooh. The film tells the story of Derrick Rose’s life, from his upbringing in the Englewood neighborhood of Chicago all the way to his 2018-19 season with the Minnesota Timberwolves. The documentary features interviews with Chicago media and members of the […]

Five-Star Combo Guard Cole Anthony Commits to North Carolina
  • College Basketball
  • April 23, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Five-Star Combo Guard Cole Anthony Commits to North Carolina

Cole Anthony, the top uncommitted prospect in the 2019 recruiting class, made his college decision. The 6-3, 184-pound combo guard from Oak Hill Academy will play for North Carolina next season. Anthony, the son of former NBA player and basketball analyst Greg Anthony, is ranked as the No. 3 recruit in the country, according to […]

Ranking the Best Transfers in College Basketball This Offseason
  • College Basketball
  • April 23, 2019
  • Jeff Goodman, Stadium Basketball Insider

Ranking the Best Transfers in College Basketball This Offseason

Transfers have become, over the last handful of years, a major component of recruiting. We’re approaching 750 total transfers for this year. Think about this: Texas Tech wouldn’t have reached the Final Four without transfers Matt Mooney (South Dakota) and Tariq Owens (St. John’s). Brandon Clarke came to Gonzaga after two years at San Jose […]

Postseason Grades for Every American Athletic Conference Basketball Team
  • College Basketball
  • April 22, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

Postseason Grades for Every American Athletic Conference Basketball Team

The American Athletic Conference sent four teams to the 2019 NCAA Tournament, one more than it did the year before, and it finished ahead of the Pac-12 in kenpom.com’s conference rankings for the season. Here are Stadium’s postseason grades for every team in the AAC, which take into account the preseason coaches’ poll, conference and […]

William & Mary Coach Dane Fischer Signs Five-Year Contract: Salary, Buyout, Incentives
  • College Basketball
  • April 22, 2019
  • Andy Wittry

William & Mary Coach Dane Fischer Signs Five-Year Contract: Salary, Buyout, Incentives

William & Mary hired Dane Fischer to replace Tony Shaver this offseason and Fischer agreed to a five-year contract through June 30, 2024, according to a signed offer letter Stadium obtained via public record request. Fischer’s base salary is $225,000 annually with a guaranteed annual increase based on the team’s conference record from its last […]

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