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    • College Basketball’s Best Off-Guards

      College Basketball’s Best Off-Guards

      The off-guard spot is the weakest position in college basketball this season. For comparison’s sake, the No. 20 lead guard in the list we released yesterday was Davidson’s Jack Gibbs, who ranked 62nd in our top 100 players list. For off-guards, only 16 were ranked in our top 100, meaning the final four in this list didn’t crack that list. Why is this the case? Is it because the best scoring guards in basketball are trying to mold themselves after the likes of Russell Westbrook, John Wall and Derrick Rose as opposed to, say, Kobe? Is it because the emphasis on court-spacing has turned the off-guard spot into a spot-up shooter’s role? Or is this just a random year where the two-guards just aren’t

    • Summit League Preview: Three-team race at the top

      Summit League Preview: Three-team race at the top

      Beginning in September and running up through November 11th, the first day of the regular season, College Basketball Talk will be unveiling the 2016-2017 college hoops preview package. Today, we are previewing the Summit League. There are some changes coming in the Summit League this season. South Dakota State and Denver both have new head coaches. North Dakota State became the fourth program in the league to totally renovate their basketball facility. And, perhaps the biggest change of all, is that IPFW will now be branded as Fort Wayne. What won’t change, however, is that the three best programs in the conference appear to once again be headed for the top of the league standings.

    • Greg Oden says he's done playing basketball: 'It's over'
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      Greg Oden says he's done playing basketball: 'It's over'

      Greg Oden last played professional basketball in China in 2015. It’s been 869 days since the last time Greg Oden saw action during an NBA game. The Indianapolis Star’s Dana Hunsinger Benbow recently caught up with Oden, the former Indiana Mr. Basketball and 7-foot phenom once touted as the sport’s next great big man.