By Richard Kent, Staff Reporter 155 miles is really not that far. It’s the distance from Bridgeport to Philadelphia and it is a pretty straight shot down I-95. That is the very route that Niele Ivey will be traveling as the second-year head coach makes the trek from Bridgeport to lead Notre Dame into the […]Read more "Love & Basketball: The Fighting Iveys"
By Richard Kent, Staff Reporter Big Ten basketball is dramatically overrated. It has been for years and incredibly has not produced a National Champion since Michigan State in 2000. And before that, one must go back to Michigan in 1989. Think about that. Let it marinate. UConn, now in the Big East again has won three such […]Read more "Enough Is Enough With The Big Ten Love"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter OAKLAND— Is it correct for men to be coaching women in the game of basketball? There is a saying in Storrs, Connecticut, home of the UConn Lady Huskies. “Men are men and women are Champions” It was a bone of contention after the male Huskies won the championship three […]Read more "SHOULD MALES BE COACHING FEMALE BASKETBALL PLAYERS?"
Turner Sports and CBS Sports’ exclusive coverage of the 2019 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship will tip off with the NCAA First Four™ on truTV on Tuesday, March 19, and Wednesday, March 20 (6 p.m. ET, both days). First round game coverage will be held on Thursday, March 21, and Friday, March 22 (Noon-Midnight, both days) […]Read more "NCAA Tourney Opening and First Round TV Coverage Tips Off Tuesday, March 19"
FUCK The NCAA!! By Michael – Louis Ingram, Editor -in- Chief BASN Newsroom PHILADELPHIA (basnnewsroom.com) I’m sure to many this year’s edition of the Men’s Collegiate Basketball championship has been exciting: a number one seed down to defeat from the jump via a sixteen seed (respect UMBC) and upsets up the wazoo… There’s just one […]Read more "FUCK The NCAA!!"
By Gary Norris Gray, BASN Staff Reporter OAKLAND, CA. — As The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) begins its March Madness basketball tournament the first week of March, there is a growing concern about players, conferences, teams, and Mid-Majors. The Missouri Valley Conference is shrinking with each passing year as the conference begins to […]Read more "THE MVC: DEATH OF A CONFERENCE"
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Bethune-Cookman’s wondrous run through the 2017 NCAA Gainesville Regional ended Monday with a 6-1 loss to the host University of Florida before a McKethan Stadium crowd of 2,166 and an internet thoroughly enamored by the Wildcats’ bleached beards. And calm demeanor, despite the situation. And passion. And, well, everything about the program. After losing […]Read more "One Game Short: Wildcats make history in Gainesville Regional"
From The BASN News Wire Columbus, OH – The Virginia Union University women’s basketball team advances to the NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Championship game with an 86-81 victory over No. 2 California Baptist University on Wednesday evening. The sixth-seeded Lady Panthers will face top-seeded Ashland University on Friday night at 7:00 p.m. EDT at […]Read more "Panther Power: Virginia Union to Battle Ashland for NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Title"
NEW YORK — The TV schedule for the 2017 NCAA Women’s basketball tournament. All times Eastern (games are shown on a regional basis) First/second rounds Friday, March 17 XFINITY Center (College Park, Maryland) (3) Maryland vs. (14) Bucknell, Noon (ESPN2/WATCHESPN) (6) West Virginia vs. (11) Elon, 2:30 p.m. (ESPN2/WATCHESPN) Frank Erwin Center (Austin, Texas) (6) NC […]Read more "2017 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament TV Schedule"
Valley Pride in Kansas By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter BASN OAKLAND, CA (BASN/BASN NEWSROOM) With basketball’s March Madness around the corner, the Wichita State Wheat Shockers and The Lady Shockers have emerged from the mid-west. They are among mid-major teams that shocked the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) which is […]Read more "Valley Pride In Kansas"