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Best College Hoops Team For Players In The NBA

In the spirit of March Madness I thought I’d let you know how your favorite team’s players rank up against the best after they graduate and go onto bigger and better things. For most of them, that would mean going to the NBA and not a car rental company, insurance agency, etc. And by going up against the best, I mean Kentucky. There isn’t a more successful collegiate school right now that can boast their players in the NBA. Here’s a current list of active NBA players who played at Kentucky:

College Campus Tour (Pt. V) – NCAA Hoops

Welcome all to 2015. Before we depart from the origin point of a brand new 365-day journey, this edition of the College Campus Tour will reflect upon an action packed New Year’s Eve that was loaded with notable performances. The following handful of players closed out the 2014 calendar in fantastic fashion and certainly set the stage for the early winter portion of the NCAA Men’s Basketball schedule.

College Campus Tour (Pt. IV) – NCAA Hoops

This time, the College Campus Tour will take us around the nation to check in on some of the best second-generation stars donning NCAA Division I uniforms this season. The list of men’s basketball players whose fathers also showcased talent on the hardwood as student athletes is more extensive than one might think. The current crop includes names such as Shawn Kemp Jr. (Washington), Treavon Jackson (Wisconsin) and John Horford (Florida); all three of which have done their surnames well. However, the focus here is on a few sons that are each performing at exceptionally high levels for their respective programs.

College Campus Tour – NCAA Hoops

The NCAA men’s basketball season has officially gotten under way, and with that it is time to take a look back at some of the sensational statistical feats around the nation over the first few days of the campaign.


Missouri State seems like a great place to start, as Bears junior guard Marcus Marshall knocked the starting gates of the 2014-15 season right off their hinges with a 38-point performance (12-16 FG, 6-7 3Pt, 8-8 FT) versus Eastern Illinois Friday. This incredible effort is even more impressive when considering the fact that this marked Marshall’s first game back after missing the final 17 contests of last season due to knee surgery.