Around The Blogosphere: May 13, 2011

Posted by nvr1983 on May 13th, 2011

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News

  • Calipari to Bobby Knight, Media: If You Must Know, 3.14: “John Calipari rarely misses an opportunity to twist the knife a little when those who feel comfortable blasting him for everything from recruiting violations (he’s never even been accused of any) to teams with academic issues, to defamatory falsehoods about class attendance. The old saying is, what goes around, comes around.” (A Sea of Blue)
  • Martin Breunig, (Maybe) Sterling Gibbs Ask out of LOIs, Leave Maryland Shorthanded: “Mark Turgeon mentioned Maryland’s current commitments in his introductory press conference earlier today, stating that “the plan is to keep them all intact.” Looks like that plan has hit some bumps in the road. After news leaked that Sterling Gibbs asked out of his LOI earlier today, another of Maryland’s commitments, 6-9 F Martin Breunig, has also asked for his release from the university.” (Testudo Times)
  • Nick Faust Asks out of Letter of Intent, Too, and Maryland Has No Signees: “The good news: Maryland is still being considered by both Gibbs and Faust, and probably Breunig, too. The bad news: they aren’t committed and there’s no telling what happens from here.” (Testudo Times)
  • Analyzing the Draft Lottery Odds to See Who Will Go #1: “With the NBA draft lottery results ready to be announced Tuesday night, the fates of top overall prospects Kyrie Irving and Derrick Williams will be known.” (Every Month Should be March)

Analysis

  • Carolina Tar Heels @ Kentucky Wildcats 2011 — Who Has The Edge: A response to our post comparing the two preseason favorites. (A Sea of Blue)
  • Quantitative Analysis Of Early Entry Decisions: Part I: A quantitative analysis of NBA Draft early entry decisions. (Halcyon Hoops)
  • Impressions from Mark Turgeon’s Introductory Press Conference at Maryland: A couple of early reviews of Turgeon. (Testudo Times)
  • 2012 Recruit Shabazz Muhammad: A profile of one of the top guards in next year’s class. (A Sea of Blue)
  • A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: Connecticut Huskies: A look at the defending champions heading into next season. (Casual Hoya)
  • A Post-Deadline Look at the Big East: DePaul Blue Demons: Can they finally get out of the conference cellar? (Casual Hoya)
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