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Victor Oladipo

'The Journey' spotlights Big Ten NBA draft picks

Big Ten products Victor Oladipo (No. 2; Orlando), Cody Zeller (No. 4; Charlotte) and Trey Burke (No. 9; Minnesota – traded to Utah) all were selected in the first round of last month’s 2013 NBA Draft. “The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2013” was in Brooklyn to cover the decorated trio’s night on the big stage. Cameras followed the players around before, during and after the draft. Here’s a gallery from draft night, too:

Yogi Ferrell

Four B1G stars make World University Games Team

Indiana’s Yogi Ferrell and Will Sheehey, Iowa’s Aaron White and Michigan State’s Adreian Payne were named to the 2013 USA Basketball Men’s World University Games Team. The Big Ten quartet made the team after five days of training camp at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. [ Read the official release and view final roster ] The field started with 26 players on June 24 before the list was trimmed to 16 finalists. The 12-man roster was finalized Saturday. The 2013 World University Games (WUGs) will be played July 7-16 in Kazan, Russia. Will and Yogi

Gallery: Oladipo, Zeller, Hardaway Jr. meet media

One day after the 2013 NBA Draft, three Big Ten first-round picks were formally introduced Friday. Orlando and Charlotte held introductory press conferences for Indiana’s Victor Oladipo and Cody Zeller, respectively, while New York had Michigan’s Tim Hardaway Jr. at Citi Field, home of the New York Mets, taking batting practice. [ RELATED: 2013 Big Ten draft picks | Gallery: Burke, Oladipo & Zeller | Free agent signings ]

Michigan State vs Valparaiso

B1G quartet named World University Games finalists

Indiana’s Yogi Ferrell and Will Sheehey, Iowa’s Aaron White and Michigan State’s Adreian Payne were named finalists for the 2013 USA Basketball Men’s World University Games Team. The finalists were announced Wednesday following three days of training camp at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. [ Read the official release and view all 16 WUG’s finalists ] The Big Ten quartet will continue to train in Colorado through Sunday, at which time the roster will be trimmed to 12 prior to the team’s departure for Russia on Monday. Iowa guard Devyn Marble did not make the

Did You See This? Victor Oladipo 'job interview'

Victor Oladipo is proof that hard work pays off. The Indiana product spent most of last offseason in the gym and it turned the previous fringe pro prospect into a guaranteed lottery pick in next week’s draft. With his improved jump shot and always-present defense, Oladipo could go as high as No. 2, according to some of the mock drafts. [ RELATED: Check out Trey Burke’s GQ Magazine photo spread ] ESPN’s Bill Simmons and Jalen Rose recently sat down with the former Indiana star, whose improved play was integral to Indiana winning the Big Ten regular-season championship and advancing

Mitch McGary

How many Big Ten stars land on DeCourcy's lists?

Sporting News and BTN correspondent Mike DeCourcy has been busy compiling his top 10 position lists. With all the talent the Big Ten returns in 2013-14, it’s only fitting that the conference boasts its share of representatives. There’s eight players, to be exact, headlined by Michigan’s Mitch McGary, the No. 1 center, and Michigan State’s Gary Harris, the No. 1 shooting guard. POINT GUARD 3. Yogi Ferrell, Indiana “As a freshman, he was mostly expected to defer to all those veterans and only occasionally to upstage them, but he is an elite athlete and capable shooter who could experience a

Yogi Ferrell

Debate It: Should IU be ranked in preseason polls?

Tom Crean and Indiana spent a big portion of last season ranked No. 1 in the nation. As we all know, though, the Hoosiers lost a ton of talent, including Jordan Hulls, Victor Oladipo, Christian Watford and Cody Zeller. They return Yogi Ferrell and Will Sheehey and also welcome a decorated incoming class, so the question needs to be asked: Should Indiana be ranked in the preseason polls?’s Tom Dienhart and Brent Yarina offer their thoughts below. Tom: The Hoosiers lost a lot of star power off their Big Ten championship team that advanced to the Sweet 16. Victor

Eric Gordon's brother, Evan, transfers to Indiana

Evan Gordon will be the second member of his family to be a one-and-done Indiana Hoosier. The younger brother of one-year Indiana standout Eric Gordon, Evan announced Wednesday that he will use his final season of eligibility at Indiana. Gordon, who spent last season at Arizona State after two seasons at Liberty, will be eligible immediately as he pursues a master’s degree. [ RELATED: Brandon Paul’s younger brother, Darius, transfers to Illinois ] Gordon, a North Central High School graduate, averaged 10.1 points, 2.9 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.3 steals per game last year for the Sun Devils. “There’s nothing

Big Ten releases 2013-14 basketball single plays

The Big Ten released 2013-14 basketball single plays Tuesday. See who all 12 teams will face only once this winter in this post. Illinois: Michigan, Purdue, at Northwestern, at Minnesota Indiana: Ohio State, Iowa, at Purdue, at Minnesota Iowa: Purdue, Nebraska, at Penn State, at Indiana Michigan: Northwestern, Penn State, at Ohio State, at Illinois Michigan State: Nebraska, Minnesota, at Purdue, at Wisconsin Minnesota: Indiana, Illinois, at Michigan State, at Nebraska Nebraska: Wisconsin, Minnesota, at Iowa, at Michigan State Northwestern: Illinois, Penn State, at Ohio State, at Michigan Ohio State: Michigan, Northwestern, at Wisconsin, at Indiana Penn State: Iowa, Wisconsin, at Michigan,

Tom Crean

Dienhart: Just say 'No' to divisions for hoops

At its spring meetings in Chicago, the Big Ten may discuss if it should have divisional play in basketball, as Rutgers and Maryland are set to join the league in 2014 to make the conference a 14-team entity. My advice: The Big Ten should take a lead from the other major conferences—ACC (12 teams), SEC (14), Pac-12 (12), old Big East (15), Atlantic 10 (16)–and not have divisional play. Yes, having divisions would make for some fun races down the stretch, as more teams likely would be jockeying for division championships. But in the SEC’s instance, it had some years