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GW Announces Out of Conference Schedule George Washington announced their out of conference schedule. It is highlighted by November 9th’s game against Howard. On that night, the Colonials will induct Pops Mensah-Bonsu and Mike Hall into the school’s Hall of Fame. Howard is one of four local schools GW willRead More →

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Now that we have a better handle on what players are staying and which ones are going, there’s some clarity. Also, the transfer database has started to filter out a bit. So here we are with 2.0 of the Way Too Early… 1. Michigan State 2. Kentucky 3. Duke 4.Read More →

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Per Georgetown Athletics, Georgetown and Syracuse have re-upped their rivalry for the next four years. “I’m excited we will be able to have Syracuse on the schedule for the next four years,” said head coach Patrick Ewing. Georgetown’s schedule has been under constant scrutiny since Ewing’s arrival. This year’s outRead More →

Cole Anthony

ESPN’s number two rated player of the 2019 class, Cole Anthony (Oak Hill), has chosen to attend University of North Carolina. Anthony, son of UNLV/NBA player Greg Anthony, will join Armando Bacot (IMG Academy) and Jeremiah Francis in Chapel Hill. Anthony Harris (PVI, Fairfax, VA) is also visiting the UniversityRead More →

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I’ve finally decided to jump in the deep end and do a “way too early” top 25. I’ve always avoided a list like this because we don’t know who’s leaving for the NBA early plus there’s a million or two kids in the Transfer Database. But here we are… 1.Read More →

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When the buzzer sounded on Duke’s season, it didn’t take long before the anti-one and done crowd started celebrating. The Blue Devils freshmen had become this generations Fab Five in way of hype. Zion Williamson was the face of college basketball. RJ Barrett (Canada) and Cam Reddish (USA) had priorRead More →