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Here are 14 hoops thoughts as we enter 2014

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Woodbury Behind-the-Back Pass to White for the Dunk

The conference hoops season tips off New Year’s Eve. I hope you’re excited, too! Before the games really start to count, here are 14 (random) thoughts I have entering 2014. For the record, no, these thoughts are in no particular order.

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Watch our top 10 nonconference dunks

Sam Thompson

Traevon Jackson Dunk

With the conference hoops season set to tip, it’s time to consider BTN.com’s top 10 dunks from the nonconference season. See our complete list in this post. Did we miss one? Feel free to leave your favorite dunk in the comment box at the bottom of the post.

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Saturday hoops roundup: Badgers stay unbeaten

Frank Kaminsky

Sam Dekker 1-Handed Alley-oop Dunk

The Big Ten closed out the nonconference season with a 5-1 record on Saturday, highlighted by Wisconsin’s 80-43 win over Prairie View A&M. With the victory, the Badgers finished the nonconference slate with a perfect 13-0 record.

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Video: Sam Dekker soars for transition alley-oop

Sam Dekker

Sam Dekker 1-Handed Alley-oop Dunk

Sam Dekker is no stranger to making highlight-reel plays, and he added another jaw-dropper in Wisconsin’s 80-43 win over Prairie View A&M on Saturday afternoon. This time, Dekker soared for a crowd-pleasing one-handed transition alley-oop. Plain and simple, Dekker got up. And his Wisconsin teammates loved the play. Watch the alley-oop and reaction to it in this post.

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Bardo: Purdue jumps up in Power Rankings

A.J. Hammons

Woodbury Behind-the-Back Pass to White for the Dunk

Big Ten play is less than a week away, can you feel it? That means it’s time for my latest and greatest Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal. This week, Purdue made a big jump after an impressive win over West Virginia, while Indiana and Michigan fell in the rankings.

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