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  1. Ramone Moore changes his mind on draft

    Diamond Leung

    Temple leading scorer Ramone Moore has decided not to enter the NBA draft after a change of heart, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. A day after the 6-foot-4 guard junior guard told the paper he would declare for the draft, he thought better...

    Blog | April 25, 2011
  2. Preseason No. 1? It could be North Carolina

    Diamond Leung

    Once again, the attention turns to Harrison Barnes. Does he leave for the NBA draft or team up with the rest of the Tar Heels to form what could be the top team of the preseason? After leading scorer Tyler Zeller and leading rebounder John Henson ...

    Blog | April 06, 2011
  3. Klay Thompson's suspension is untimely

    Diamond Leung

    Washington State is fighting to position itself for a chance to make the NCAA tournament, and then this happens. Klay Thompson, the Pac-10's leading scorer and an NBA prospect, has been suspended for Saturday's regular-season finale against UCLA -...

    Blog | March 04, 2011
  4. Anatoly Bose has come a long way for Nicholls State Colonels

    Diamond Leung

    Raised on a farm in Kazakhstan and in a beach-town suburb of Sydney, Anatoly Bose is doing his best to bring recognition to Nicholls State, a program based in Thibodaux, La.

    Story | Conversation | December 21, 2010
  5. 'Baby Jordan' breaks his silence

    Diamond Leung

    You remember Harold Miner, right? Given the nickname "Baby Jordan," USC's all-time leading scorer left school early and went on to have an NBA career that was anything but Jordan-esque. The left-hander twice won the dunk contest, but played only 2...

    Blog | September 08, 2010
  6. Fredette ready for the NBA?

    Diamond Leung

    BYU guard Jimmer Fredette, the Mountain West Conference's leading scorer at 21.2 points per game, has proven he can play. But is he ready to leave school early? The Salt Lake Tribune asked him about the possibility of forgoing his final season in ...

    Blog | February 02, 2010