Lonzo Ball and De'Aaron Fox are both projected top-10 picks in the NBA draft. The last time Lonzo Ball and De'Aaron Fox met was one of the best games of the entire college season. Kentucky and UCLA, both loaded with NBA athleticism and tons of offensive talent, had a track meet of a college game that resulted in an awesome 97-92 win for UCLA.
The shot may be forgotten in time, but the celebration will live on forever. Moments after tying Friday night’s Sweet Sixteen matchup with a running, one-legged three-pointer, Wisconsin senior Zak Showalter did what anyone would do with Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers in attendance. He put on the title belt. Watch below as Showalter celebrates his three-pointer in classic Rodgers style: The celebration was short lived. Wisconsin eventually lost in heartbreaking fashion in overtime when Chris Chiozza hit his own running three-pointer to beat the buzzer, sending Florida to the Elite Eight. According to Sports Illustrated, Rodgers actually told Showalter before the game that “he wanted
What an amazing day to be a Hoosier. Coming off a disappointing 18-16 season, missing the NCAA tournament for the second time in the last four years, Indiana fired head coach Tom Crean. Athletic Director Fred Glass harped on finding a new coach that will “perennially contend for and win multiple Big Ten championships, regularly go deep into the NCAA tournament, and win our next national championship — and more.” Archie Miller is that head coach. Many fans clamored for UCLA head coach and Indiana legend Steve Alford, but after he emphatically took himself out of consideration Friday night, Indiana had to move on. Considering how poorly Alford was regarded out west roughly a year ago today, with