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  1. NCAA - Kansas State's Jacob Pullen explains why he loves watching...

    Jacob Pullen, Kansas State

    Kansas State guard Jacob Pullen explains how his team uses film study to gain an edge and discusses his first-name relationship with Wildcats coach Frank Martin.

    Blog | Conversation | December 01, 2010
  2. NBA Draft Blog - Scouting Cole Aldrich, Solomon Alabi and Dexter ...

    David Thorpe

    David Thorpe studies the film of Cole Aldrich, Solomon Alabi and Dexter Pittman to see what the big men can bring to an NBA roster. Each could help a team, but none appears close to being a star, and maybe not even a consistent starter.

    Blog | Conversation | February 04, 2010
  3. NBA Draft Blog: Hype for several college freshmen can be misplace...

    David Thorpe

    David Thorpe studies three freshmen who entered college with immense hype, but whose college experiences so far have differed from expectations. And, despite his struggles, John Henson isn't the biggest long-term disappointment.

    Blog | Conversation | January 28, 2010
  4. Kentucky Wildcats rises to No. 1; North Carolina Tar Heels depart...

    Kentucky and North Carolina, two of college basketball's most illustrious programs, became a study in contrasts within the new ESPN/USA Today coaches' poll released Monday.

    Story | Conversation | January 25, 2010
  5. Fran Fraschilla: My take on Texas, Kansas, Kentucky and Seton Hal...

    Fran Fraschilla

    What I Am Learning I am a student of the game of basketball. Each season, I've got to begin my studies all over again. I've already had the chance to see Texas, Kentucky, Seton Hall and Kansas, and while it's still very, very early, here are a few ...

    Blog | Conversation | October 21, 2009
  6. Tucker admits poor study habits hurt him at Texas

    As hard as he worked to be a great basketball player, Texas' P.J. Tucker admits he was his own worst enemy in the classroom.

    Story | Conversation | August 30, 2005