Several former Big Ten basketball players are set to take place in the second annual “The Basketball Tournament,” which kicks off today with the South and West Regional rounds.
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Draymond Green is a gregarious personality, an NBA champion and, most recently, a very rich man, this after signing a five-year deal worth $85 million.
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The 2015 NBA Summer League opened this past weekend in Orlando (July 4-10), and several former Big Ten stars compiled strong efforts.
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Mohamed Sanu is a pretty good NFL wide receiver. Did you know the former Rutgers star wide receiver could kick in a pinch, too?
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Former Rutgers soccer star Carli Lloyd had a huge hand in helping the U.S. women’s national team advance to the World Cup final.
Surely, you didn’t think J.J. Watt would embarrass himself on ice skates, did you?
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What, you thought Sam Dekker would be too big to do household chores after being selected in the NBA draft?
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Five former Big Ten standouts were selected in the 2015 NBA Draft on Thursday night. See where the Big Ten’s top undrafted players will be playing in the NBA Summer League inside.
If you missed it, we had former Purdue standout and current Minnesota Timberwolves forward Robbie Hummel take over @BigTenNetwork for the 2015 NBA Draft on Thursday night.
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It’s NBA draft day! Before things get underway at 7 p.m. ET, it’s time to take one last look at the experts’ updated mock drafts.
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University of Illinois Director of Athletics Mike Thomas announced Wednesday that former Illinois basketball All-American Dee Brown will join his staff for the summer as Special Assistant to the Director of Athletics.
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The 2015 NBA Draft is Thursday night. Before NBA commissioner Adam Silver takes the stage to announce the first pick in Brooklyn, it’s time to take a look back at recent drafts.
Former Purdue quarterback and current NFL star Drew Brees has made a $1 million donation to the Purdue football program, it was announced Friday.
It isn’t as easy as Kyle Schwarber is making it look. The former Indiana catcher went 4-for-5 in his first MLB start Wednesday night, and he followed that up by belting his first home run Thursday night.
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With just under a month until the MLB All-Star Game, it’s time to check in on how former Big Ten players are performing.
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Several former Big Ten basketball players have their eyes set on the $1 million purse at the second annual The Basketball Tournament on July 10-Aug. 2.
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One. That’s how many players are ahead of former Michigan State running back Le’Veon Bell on NFL.com’s ranking of the top 150 fantasy players for 2015, released Monday.
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Draymond Green is an NBA champion. The former Michigan State standout helped the Golden State Warriors close out the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 6 on Tuesday night.
Draymond Green had heard it all in this year’s NBA playoffs. He had been called everything from a rising superstar to an NBA villain.
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That was fast! Nearly a year after being selected No. 4 in the 2014 MLB First-Year Player Draft, former Indiana catcher Kyle Schwarber has been promoted to the Chicago Cubs.
No quarterback in NFL history has more Super Bowl wins than Tom Brady. And no quarterback has a larger Super Bowl ring than the former Michigan star.
The NBA Finals tip Thursday night in Oakland, California.
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It’s been an emotional last few days for former Penn State defensive lineman Devon Still. On Monday, he learned he and his daughter will win a prestigious award.
Victor Oladipo spent the day Wednesday at the Model Secondary School for the Deaf in Washington D.C.
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There are several players in this weekend’s Big Ten Baseball Tournament who will likely be playing in the majors in a few years down the line.