Monday, November 30, 2009

Monday Morning Dump

Hope everybody had a great weekend. Today's dump is going to be a massive one as we are trying to digest all the news and notes from a packed weekend of delicious food and terrific basketball.

- If you don't know who the Portland Pilots are by now, You're no hoops fan

- UConn will get better when Majok returns

- Demetri McCamey is not performing up to Bruce Weber's lofty standards

- Win against Nevada gives Roy Williams his 600th career victory

- Former Duke star doesn't buy all the "non-athleticism" talk

- John Wall continues to shine as Kentucky takes the Cancun Challenge; take a closer look at Kentucky's work in Cancun

- UCLA got trounced by Portland; Bruins fans are not happy; Andy Katz and Gary Parrish weigh in

- But there is a chance freshman Tyler Honeycutt is back by Dec. 12th

- Trevor Mbakwe's case may be dropped

- Syracuse's big men are having trouble adapting to new rules

- A computer poll of the lower 24 conferences (long and confusing)

- I never thought it was possible to write this much about cheerleading

- The 10 things Jeff Goodman was thankful for this week

- Who are the best juniors in the country?

- Mick Cronin was upset over the no-call in the Maui Invitational title game. Stevenson should have never made that pass, but it was a foul.

- Is Josh Pastner better at recruiting than John Calipari?

- $100,000 is a lot of money

- An in-depth review of the Maui Invitational championship game

- Iowa State has more than just Craig Brackins

- A quick interview with Duke's Nolan Smith

- A great read about where Stanley Robinson was at this point last season

- Joe Mazulla is happy to get back to work with the Mountaineers; Speaking of WVU, with Ebanks back, they are a legit threat to make it to Indianapolis

After the jump, A half-court game-winner

Northeastern beats Wright State on a buzzer-beater. Watch for the mascot

Sean McDonough rips Karl Hess

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