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Big Ten hands out first men's hoops weekly honors

The Big Ten office released its first Players of the Week for the 2013-14 men’s basketball season Monday. The honorees include a pair of first-time winners, including Nebraska sophomore Shavon Shields, who put 28 points in an easy win over Florida Gulf Coast. Player of the Week: Shavon Shields, Nebraska, G – So. – 6-7  Scored a game-high 28 points in Nebraska’s 79-55 season-opening win over 2013 Sweet 16 participant Florida Gulf Coast Shot 61.5 percent (8-for-13) from the field and was 12-for-12 from the free throw line Pulled down six rebounds and dished out three assists against zero turnovers

Watch Friday night Big Ten hoops highlights

Nine Big Ten men’s basketball teams opened their 2013-14 seasons Friday night, including No. 2 Michigan State and No. 7 Michigan, and every team emerged victorious. Watch all of the top highlights and get scores, stats and recaps for all of the games in this post. Illinois 80, Alabama State 63 | RECAP | BOX | PLAY-BY-PLAY (AP) Rayvonte Rice scored 22 points and had nine rebounds in his debut to lead Illinois to a season-opening 80-63 win over Alabama State on Friday. Rice is a Champaign native but spent two seasons at Drake before transferring to Illinois (1-0). INSTANT

Top 10 Plays from B1G exhibition games

Can you feel it ladies and gentlemen? College basketball is officially here. The Big Ten basketball regular season is scheduled to kick off Friday night with a full-slate of action. But let’s not forget how entertaining the past two weeks of exhibition hoops have been. We have seen everything from dunks, to blocks to a freshman guard scoring seven points in a span of 37 seconds. With that said, let’s go ahead and count down the top 10 plays from this year’s Big Ten exhibition games. [ MORE: BTN.com Big Ten hoops mock draft ] 10. Michigan freshman guard Derrick

B1G Clicks: Tracking today's Big Ten trends

Did you miss something while you stepped away from your computer? We’re tracking some of the best Big Ten social media happenings and posting them all right here. Check out today’s edition, including a video of former Indiana standout Victor Oladipo performing “Ain’t No Sunshine” at the Spirit of Indiana Showcase for Indiana University Athletics. Like what you see? We do this every weekday. Visit our Clicks archive. Here are Wednesday’s B1G Clicks: Our take: Is there anything Victor Oladipo can’t do? The 10 angriest coaches in college basketball http://t.co/NDuABUGA02 — Diamond Leung (@diamond83) November 6, 2013 Our take: Four

BTN.com's Big Ten hoops mock draft results

The Big Ten men’s basketball season officially tips off Friday night. Before the ball goes into the air, the BTN.com team thought it would be fun to hold a Big Ten mock draft. Our draft consisted of five teams and six rounds, and we all selected a starting 5 and one “reserve,” which could be any player. Here are some specifics before getting to the teams. The draft included BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart, BTN.com senior editor Brent Yarina, BTN.com editor Sean Merriman, BTN.com video operations coordinator Wesley White and Big Ten Geeks writer Josh Reed. It went in alphabetical

Video: Watch Monday exhibition hoops highlights

BTN aired a half-dozen Big Ten men’s basketball exhibition games Monday night. As expected, Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Nebraska and Purdue all cruised to easy tune-up home wins. We published all the best highlights from the busy night on the hardwood in this post. MICHIGAN 79, WAYNE STATE (MI) 60 INSTANT HIGHLIGHT: Like watching Glenn Robinson III fly? You'll love these @umichbball plays. WATCH – http://t.co/FcGlwHfPwq — Michigan on BTN (@BTN_Michigan) November 5, 2013 MICHIGAN STATE 83, INDIANA (PA) 45 INSTANT HIGHLIGHTS: If you like dunks, you will love this @MSU_Basketball highlight reel. Watch! – http://t.co/g6AyVLtnti — Big Ten

Sights & Sounds: Best of 2013 Big Ten Media Day

Big Ten Basketball Media Day was a chance for the media to be introduced to some of the top players and the coaches around the conference. It was also a chance take in all the sights and sounds around the Big Ten, and there were plenty of good ones. With that said, here is a rundown of the best moments from Thursday’s Big Ten Media Day. [ More: Media Day: One-on-one with the Big Ten’s best ] Best dressed: Shavon Shields, Nebraska Shavon Shields is a candidate for best dressed @ #B1GMediaDay. Pinstripe suit, Nebraska Red tie and hipster glasses. pic.twitter.com/mFGGKyZBPg

Toughest venue? Best uniform? See what B1G stars say

The city of Chicago was filled with college basketball’s best on Thursday as the top players and coaches from around the Big Ten gathered at the annual Big Ten Media Day. It was a chance to ask some out-of-the-norm questions and find out who really are the best personalities around the Big Ten. I conducted a Big Ten poll, asking one player from every team a series of five questions. See what they had to say here in this post. Editors note: Player responses are anonymous. Players could not use their teammates/stadium/city/uniform/coach in their answers. [ More: Hoosiers reload with

Hoosiers reload with Vonleh & Co.

Looking for the most difficult team to peg? Look for further than Indiana. The Hoosiers lost two of the Big Ten’s top players in Victor Oladipo and Cody Zeller. But Tom Crean welcomes a talented collection of eight newcomers for an Indiana team that won the Big Ten and advanced to the Sweet 16. Among the key newcomers are Arizona State transfer Evan Gordon, 6-11 Luke Fischer, and wings Troy Williams and Stanford Robinson. But the top new face is 6-9 Noah Vonleh. “He’s got a special work ethic and he’s got a special humility,” said Crean. “And sometimes the

Watch all the Big Ten men's coaches speak

Here are the podium press conference sessions from all 12 Big Ten men’s basketball coaches. Indiana’s Tom Crean: “We have a lot to learn. I think the biggest thing we’re trying to get accomplished right now is to get our team to understand — this team to understand what it takes to practice at a championship level and showing the standards of last year, not necessarily who it was, but how it was done, I think is the most important thing.” Illinois’ John Groce: “We want to play faster this year. Have we built ourselves for more speed? Yes. Will