In NCAA action you get time to lock into your first opponent. No time to enjoy the win as the next game is a short turnaround. Unique offense or defense has an advantage in the second game because lack of prep time. Best to be different, uber talented or really lucky.
Alabama with a huge win over Virginia Tech. Avery Johnson is a master at taking away what the opposition does best. Coming into the NCAA tournament the Hokies were averaging 20.2 transition points per game, best in the ACC. Alabama's defense held them... https://t.co/kzyMrKWYyb
Text book press break by the #Dons! @Bucket4Bucket gets the ball in the middle of the floor and feeds a streaking @JRat_25 who lays it in from the right side! #Dons have some breathing room up 71-62 w/ 1:32 left.
Lest we forget, former Clemson QB Kyle Parker was one of many PRO baseball players playing college football or hoops. NCAA rhetoric that you can’t be a pro and go to school at the same time is nonsense (and a total lie). https://t.co/90zIkxdwxZ
First, they put up 90 points on the road against South Dakota. Tonight, they dropped 96 on Mercer.@MeanGreenMBB is making a run at the @CBITourney title, and they’re going to be big time players in the Conference USA race come 2018-19. #GMG#BSC
Another brutal 24 hours for Pac-12 men’s hoops, which went 1-4 in NIT second round. No. 1 seed USC, No. 3 Oregon, No. 3 Stanford and No. 5 Washington lost. No. 2 Utah is the only team alive and nothing short of a NIT title can begin to salvage a miserable season for the Pac-12.