Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Tuesday Morning Dump

- Today's must read comes from Jason King over at Yahoo!, who published an interesting article on becoming the No. 1 recruit in your class.

- Bob Huggins, who tripped and fell in Las Vegas on Saturday, actually broke seven ribs, not four. He is still laid up in the Las Vegas hospital.

- Tom Izzo believes that Purdue is the favorite to win the Big Ten. I don't necessarily disagree, but I do believe that Sparty is much more likely to advance deep into the tournament.

- The name is corny as all hell, but the 'Flourishing Five' series at CBS is pretty good.

- Mike DeCourcy has been doing some great work helping up get to know some of the best reruits in the country. Here, he writes about Brad Beal, a 6'3" shooting guard on his way to Florida next season.

- IUPUI's Ron Hunter talks with Jeff Goodman about the Jaguar recruit that died of cancer over the weekend.

- God Shamgod, the former Providence point guard, is playing next season in China. He caught up with Lost Lettermen. How many players do you know with a move named after him?

- This is why we are hoping Kentucky and Washington will play in the Maui Invitational.

- Isiah Thomas, back to the NBA?

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