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Well-traveled big man Marcus Cousin, who patrolled the middle for the Kyoto Hannaryz during the 2012-13 campaign, has finalized a deal to play for the Shinshu Brave Warriors this season, according to published reports on Wednesday. The 211-cm Cousin helped the Hannaryz reach the Final Four. Comment?
DARCY Ward has been blown away by the support shown by fans from across the world, according to 'surrogate father' Neil Middleditch. The Poole Pirates team manager has been by the side of Ward since flying out to Poland the day after the Aussie's horror crash which left him with severe spinal injuries. Comment?
HANDS FULL: Lavington's Adam Prior attempts a one-handed mark against Wodonga's Zach Jones on Saturday. Picture: MARK JESSER Prior won the league's goalkicking award after booting six in Saturday's 86-point win at Wodonga for a season tally of 66. But O'hAilpin could manage only one goal as Albury was upset by Wangaratta Rovers by 16 points at the W.J. Findlay Oval to finish 10 goals behind Prior. Comment?
While the game of basketball has been stamping its brand internationally, Texas Tech is currently placing its own mark on the professional game. There are currently 22 former Red Raiders playing professionally in 14 countries - United States, Brazil, Canada, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Philippines, Poland, Romania, Spain and Sweden. Comment?
Texas Tech is expecting over 120 men's basketball alumni this weekend, as the Red Raiders host Oklahoma State at 3 p.m. on Saturday at United Supermarkets Arena. The Red Raider alumni, which will feature nine decades of former players, have agree to play an alumni game following the Texas Tech-Oklahoma State matchup. Comment?
Texas Tech's Toddrick Gotcher drives on Oklahoma's Jordan Woodard during their game on Saturday in Lubbock. With the eighth-youngest team in the power-five conferences according to KenPom, the Red Raiders cling to the hopes of finishing .500 on the season. Comment?
Texas Tech's Toddrick Gotcher drives on Oklahoma's Jordan Woodard during their game on Saturday in Lubbock. With the eighth-youngest team in the power five conferences according to KenPom, the Red Raiders cling to the hopes of finishing .500 on the season. Comment?
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