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11 hrs ago | Peachtree Hoops
The Hawks seem in need of adding a two-way perimeter player in the draft. Kentucky's James Young and Duke's Rodney Hood both fit that description and are similarly ranked by many scouts.
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16 hrs ago | Post and Courier
The NCAA tournament is one week away, but conference tournaments serve up a tasty appetizer, especially when these familiar foes duke it out for all 40 minutes.
17 hrs ago | WTOC-TV Savannah
NC State's T.J. Warren was named ACC Player of the Year by media vote. The Clemson Tigers' K.J. McDaniels skied above the competition in ACC play this season.
Virginia guard Malcolm Brogdon couldn't ask for a more ardent advocate than Miami coach Jim Larranaga, who voted Brogdon not only the ACC player of the year but also the conference's top defender.
Warren received 48 first-place votes, beating out Duke Blue Devils freshman Jabari Parker , who placed second with 25 votes.
In results announced Tuesday, Warren received 48 of a possible 77 votes from members of the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association.
In fact pick your yin-yang "duality of man" metaphor, and you've got a descriptor of Clemson University's 2013-14 basketball season.
Moss Point's Devin Booker, right, has been chosen to play in the Jordan Brand Classic April 18 in New York.
North Carolina State's T.J. Warren and Duke's Jabari Parker were unanimous selections Monday to the all-Atlantic Coast Conference team.
In the conference with perhaps the nation's most decorated individual superstars, Clemson junior forward K.J. McDaniels could not be overlooked.
Aren't sure of what really happened as the ball left Josh Newkirk's hand with time expiring? Don't worry, Shaking the Southland has you covered.
Lamar Patterson had a career-high 30 points, including a 3-pointer with 3 seconds left, as Pittsburgh overcome a five-point deficit in the final seconds of regulation and beat Clemson 83-78 in overtime Saturday.
North Carolina got the best of Duke in their first meeting of the season. There's no reason to think it can't happen again.
OVERVIEW : It was certainly hard to see Clemson and Pitt throwing down to decide the ACC's fifth seed back on January 21st when the Panthers blew the doors off of the Tigers 76-43.