Not basketball but but still pretty cool. Marc Ashford deserves some Spotlight. VC Canadian baseball player, the only canadian out of 12 international players to recieve the Golden Glove award at the Cal Ripken tournament in Baltimore.

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RUMOR: JUCO transfer commits to KSU

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The Owl Howl is hearing a rumor that power forward Nate Rucker will transfer to Kennesaw State University. Rucker is a 6’6” 245 pound forward out of the Memphis Tennessee area.

He was a 2010 graduate of Melrose High School in Memphis, where he averaged 8.4 points, 9.1 rebounds and 2.6 blocks per game as a senior and led his team to their first state championship since 1983.

He was also recruited out of high school by Memphis, East Tennessee St., Middle Tennessee St., Tennessee St. and Tennessee Tech.

As a freshman at Northern Illinois University, Rucker started 29 of 30 games and averaged over seven points and four rebounds while shooting 54% from the field. He posted career highs of 14 points and 10 rebounds (twice).

Following his freshman season, Rucker transferred to Southwest Tennessee Community College close to his home in Memphis where he averaged…

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Terrell Owens Plays Some One-On-One… With a “Little” Man

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Terrell Owens is no longer taping his ankles in preparation for taking on an opposing defensive back, because he’s too busy taping them up after they got broken in a game of one-on-one versus YouTube sensation, Mani Love. Love, a little person,  challenged the former All-Pro and current NFL wash-out to a game of one-on-one during a recent gym outing. Owens started out a little hesitant, and with good reason. In the end, the 4’5” baller served up some humble pie to the 6’3” Owens and won convincingly. Must be tough to be Terrell Owens right now, he’s un-employed, broke, behind on child support, too old for the NFL, and now… he finds himself on the losing end of a pick-up game to a man almost half his size.


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NBA Basketball Right Around Corner & The Top 5 Players in the League


With the NBA basketball season being about a week away, my and many others patience begins to grow thinner and thinner. From the high flying dunks and sneaky thievery on defense to flopping calls and technical fouls, I LOVE THE NBA!! But there are certain players who just seem to stand out more than others. They are the Superstar players of the NBA. These are players you constantly tune in to watch night in and night out.

What i am going to give you are the Top 5 players in the NBA and reasons behind it. Check it out and let me know if you agree or disagree!


Derrick Rose, All though the 2011-2012 season was an injury plagued season, he was the best player in the league in 2010-2011. He has just about single handedly returned the Chicago Bulls back to an elite team within the NBA being Chicago’s 1st…

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The NBA basketball season is about a week

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From the high flying dunks and mean stealing defense, diving telephone and technical foul, I like NBA! !But there are some players seem to be more outstanding than others. They are the star players in the NBA.

These are players do you often listen to watch night, go out at night. I will give you top five players in the NBA and reasons for it. Check and let me know whether you agree or not agree! Derek Ross, although in the 2011-2012 season injury was the season, he is the best player in the league in 2010-2011.

With the NBA basketball season is about a week, I and many other patience began to become more and more thin. He just alone back to Chicago bulls back to an elite team in the NBA is Chicago 1 since Michael Jordan era MVP. He is still young, not reached his prime minister…

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Basketball Great of The Day


Patrick Ewing #33 – New York Knicks

Patrick Ewing, one of the top NBA centers is a Jamaican American retired Hall of Fame basketball player.

He was 7 feet tall and weighted in at 240 pounds.

He played in Georgetown University under Coach John Thompson and was selected as the 1st overall pick in the 1985 NBA draft by the New York Knicks.

Notable awards include:

11x NBA All-Star

All-NBA First Team

3x All-NBA Defensive Second Team

Adolph Rupp Trophy

And he retired with a total of:

24,815 Points (21.0 ppg)

11,617 Rebounds (9.8 rpg)

2,894 Blocks (2.4 bpg)