Around The Blogosphere: May 2, 2011

Posted by nvr1983 on May 2nd, 2011

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  • Demetri Goodson “strongly considering” Leaving Team: Goodson is reportedly considering transferring to Texas A&M to play football. (The Slipper Still Fits)
  • The 2011 Kentucky Combine: Details on the showcase for the 4 potential Wildcats considering the NBA Draft. (A Sea of Blue)
  • Scoop Jardine Is Going To Summer Camp: Details about what basketball camps Jardine will be at this summer. (Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician)
  • Gary Harris discusses recruitment in radio interview: Quotes from the class of 2012 guard being recruited by Indiana. (Inside the Hall)
  • The Classiest Basketball Team In The Nation: Details and pictures on Jim & Juli Boeheim Foundation Dinner on Saturday. (Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician)


  • The Case For DeAndre Liggins’ Return: “Liggins is an interesting case, and as TeamWeaver notes, there is some concern about the calcification of his perception among NBA scouts. The theory goes that scouts form an opinion of a player’s potential fairly early on and it takes a lot to change that perception. I think this has some basis in reality, but I’m not so sanguine that early perceptions are a major hill to climb.” (A Sea of Blue)
  • Scouting Indiana’s newest commitment: Remy Abell: Quotes from multiple recruiting analysts about the future Hoosier guard. (Inside the Hall)

Pauley Pavilion Controversy

  • A Brief History of the Pauley Pavilion Renovation: A dateline providing an overview of how the UCLA administration and students got to this point. (Bruins Nation)
  • Morgan Center Still Full of Lies and Contradictions: Critiquing the actions of the UCLA administration. (Bruins Nation)
  • Concerns about UCLA’s Efforts to “Fix” The Student Seating Vote: Questioning the motives of the UCLA administration and its attempts to work with the UCLA students. (Bruins Nation)
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