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24-hour hoops marathon

  1. Cady Lalanne’s 23 points, 16 rebounds helps UMass stave off Manhattan in overtime

    Nov 18, 2014, 2:00 PM EST

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    The Minutemen had the advantage on the interior with the senior big man going for his third double-double in three games this season.

  2. Second half surge gives Wofford an early morning win over Iona

    Nov 18, 2014, 9:26 AM EST

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    The Southern Conference favorite took down the MAAC favorite on Tuesday morning.

  3. Jabari Parker dazzles national audience, but still a step behind Andrew Wiggins

    Nov 13, 2013, 4:00 AM EST

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    CHICAGO — Jabari Parker seemed distracted as he wandered the nearly empty United Center hallway to the team bus after Duke’s 94-83 loss to Kansas in the second game of Tuesday night’s State Farm Champions Classic. You could hardly blame Parker for seeming out of it. The 6-foot-9 freshman phenom created a national buzz on…

  4. Champions Classic: Kansas outlasts Duke

    Nov 13, 2013, 1:10 AM EST

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    CHICAGO — America certainly got what it wanted in the second game of Tuesday Night’s State Farm Champions Classic: A close game between No. 4 Duke and No. 5 Kansas that saw two of the country’s top freshmen square off. Both Kansas freshman forward Andrew Wiggins and Duke freshman forward Jabari Parker have entered college…

  5. Champions Classic: Appling and Michigan State use experience to top Kentucky

    Nov 12, 2013, 11:45 PM EST

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    CHICAGO — The matchup of No. 1 Kentucky against No. 2 Michigan State was the much-anticipated “undercard” of Tuesday night’s State Farm Champions Classic at the United Center in Chicago, but for Michigan State and head coach Tom Izzo it was a chance to make an early-season statement. While many fans — and the estimated…

  6. La Salle bounces back after a poor rebounding effort on Saturday

    Nov 12, 2013, 11:34 AM EST

    Wichita St. v La Salle

    While their 99-90 double overtime loss to Manhattan on Saturday afternoon qualified as one of the best games of the opening weekend, the way in which the defeat occurred revealed a big issue for the La Salle Explorers. That issue was rebounding, with the Jaspers out-rebounding La Salle 51-33 and finishing the game with a…

  7. Two-point shooting, rebounding push New Mexico State past Hawaii

    Nov 12, 2013, 7:48 AM EST

    Marvin Menzies

    Pegged as the overwhelming favorites to win the WAC, New Mexico State has two areas of strength: the versatility of junior guard Daniel Mullings, and their size in the front court. Tuesday morning against former conference rival Hawaii, the Aggies were able to take advantage of both on their way to a 95-88 victory in…

  8. Saint Mary’s plays efficiently in win over Akron

    Nov 12, 2013, 5:45 AM EST

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    If you’re still up and watching the 24-Hour Hoops Marathon, you can officially call yourself a fanatic. During Saint Mary’s 85-63 win over Akron on Tuesday morning, the game became  free throw fest as Akron got to the line 29 times while Saint Mary’s shot 36 free throws. The Gaels won so easily because they…

  9. VanVleet steps up for Wichita State during Marathon

    Nov 12, 2013, 3:55 AM EST

    Louisville v Wichita State

    One of the major questions for Wichita State coming off of their surprise Final Four run would be their ability to  replace Malcolm Armstead and Demetric Williams’ scoring touch and playmaking ability on the perimeter. Sophomore Fred VanVleet from Rockford, Illinois appears equipped to handle the role. After a high school career that saw VanVleet…

  10. Marathon chat for 24-hour hoops marathon

    Nov 16, 2010, 11:57 AM EST

    We’re almost 12 hours into the 24-hour college hoops marathon and what have you been doing? Sleeping? Catching up on work? Grabbing some food? Tell you what. Do yourself a favor and click here. Rob Dauster’s been live-blogging this thing since the start. The least you can do is follow along for a bit. If…

  11. Sweet — the 24-hour hoops marathon returns

    Aug 16, 2010, 3:35 PM EST

    Get the Red Bull out and prep the coffee pot — College basketball’s delightful day is back for the third straight year. ESPN’s 24-hour hoops marathon schedule is slated for Tuesday, Nov. 16. This year’s telecast features 20 live games (19 men’s and one women’s) broadcast on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU, while ESPN3.com also will…