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    • NBC Sports

      The eight most important NBA Draft Early Entry decisions remaining

      The deadline to withdraw from the NBA Draft is on Wednesday, May 24th, meaning that the players that have not signed with an agent have roughly 48 hours left to determine their basketball future. If he stays in: It will be a massive blow for Purdue, although one that the program should not be surprised about. Without him, Purdue still has a shot to be a top 25 team and a threat to finish near the top of the Big Ten.

    • Virginia Baseball eyes the postseason as a possible regional host
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      Virginia Baseball eyes the postseason as a possible regional host

      NCAA Baseballs Selection Monday is just a week away, and in what has become an annual tradition (14 years and counting) for Virginia, the Hoos will be using the week to prep for the NCAA Tournament. After coming into the year with question marks about whether or not they could keep the streak alive, the Hoos have delivered, winning over 40 games for the 11th time in 14 years and playing their way into the Regional Host conversation. While 41 wins is gaudy, their resume leaves much to be desired.

    • Saddiq Bey’s offers list continues to grow. He may still be growing, too.
      Washington Post

      Saddiq Bey’s offers list continues to grow. He may still be growing, too.

      As his reputation continues to swell, making the time he was lightly recruited feel farther and farther in the past, Saddiq Bey has just one request. It’s not a big one. The 6-foot-7 scorer wants to grow two more inches. And if two became three, he wouldn’t mind that, either. “I’m praying to god, I hope so,” Bey said through continuous laughter. “Look, I’m thankful for what I have now, but I also know that with my game a few more inches could really, really set me apart.” When Bey got to Sidwell Friends as a freshman, he was a 5-foot-9 guard with a smooth jump shot. Then he grew 10 inches over the last three years, and colleges took note of a player still figuring out how to move in his distorted