Stevens’ decision to leave the Bulldogs program couldn’t have come at a worse time.
Brad Stevens has been hired to coach the Boston Celtics. The team announced the deal Wednesday evening.
Louisville’s press, Damyean Dotson’s upside and Denzel Valentine’s versatility are just three of the many reasons to love the Sweet 16.
64 teams. 32 contests. All going down in an exhilarating — and, yes, exhausting — two-day mosh pit of hoops.
Butler, Creighton and Xavier are moving to the new Big East. They will join the so-called Catholic 7 basketball schools who left to start a new conference and are keeping the Big East name.
The biggest thing that stands out after watching one of Butler’s practices is the overall level of efficiency.
Brad Stevens is more than prepared for the questions regarding whether or not Rotnei Clarke will be Butler’s starting point guard for the upcoming season.
Be afraid America — be very afraid.
They might feel like the 1990s Buffalo Bills to some, but if you watch the Bulldogs play, you’ll have a greater appreciation for what they do on the basketball court.
Kemba Walker provides the Bulldogs with a challenge they have yet to face during their two-year run through the bracket — a superstar. Shutting him down is almost an impossible task. Slowing him down isn’t much easier.
Coach Brad Stevens says his team respects Walker but can’t focus too much attention on him because it could leave room for other UConn players to get loose.