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Austin Hollins

Minnesota's Austin Hollins posterizes Wisconsin

There are certain dunks that simply make you say “wow”, and then there is the type of dunk that Austin Hollins had in the second half of Wednesday night’s win over Wisconsin. Minnesota’s senior guard drove to the basket and exploded for a huge one-handed slam over Wisconsin freshman Nigel Hayes. Even better, Hollins was fouled on the slam. Watch it in this post. PUT IT ON A POSTER! @GopherBball senior Austin Hollins absolutely posterizes Wisconsin's Nigel Hayes! WATCH – — Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) January 23, 2014 Hollins has had plenty of highlight-reel dunks this season, but this

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Video: Caris LeVert steals it and soars for dunk

Here’s a safe assumption: Caris LeVert wouldn’t have been able to pull off the kind of highlight he did in Wednesday night’s win over No. 10 Iowa. The steal part, sure, he could have done. As for the driving to the hoop and jumping off his wrong foot and throwing down a powerful left-handed poke, we’re not so sure. Watch the highlight in this post. INSTANT HIGHLIGHT: Caris LeVert steals it, & hammers down left-handed @umichbball dunk WATCH – — Michigan on BTN (@BTN_Michigan) January 23, 2014 And check out this photo of the dunk:

Video: Victor Oladipo wows with dunk Saturday night

Indiana product and NBA rookie Victor Oladipo continues to make quite the statement in his first pro season. A couple nights after going for a career-high 35 points, Oladipo threw down one of the more powerful and athletic slams you’ll see all season Friday night. If you missed it, don’t worry, it’s in this post. Here it is. Enjoy! The former Indiana star and No. 2 pick is making a case for NBA Rookie of the Year, averaging 13.7 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.6 assists for the Orlando Magic. Here’s a picture of the dunk, too:

Greg Oden

Former OSU star Greg Oden returns with huge dunk

No one is going to argue the fact that NBA fans have had a small sampling size of Greg Oden. However, Ohio State fans have plenty of great memories of the 7-footer who led the Buckeyes to the 2007 National Championship Game on his way to being named a first-team All-American. Prior to Wednesday night, Oden had not scored a single point in an NBA game since December 2009. Well, good news Buckeyes fans — The streak is over! Oden tallied in six points and grabbed two rebounds in eight minutes of action Wednesday night. Four of those six points

Glenn Robinson III

Video: Glenn Robinson III soars for nasty alley-oop

Glenn Robinson III in the open floor is a wonderful thing to watch. It’s even better when he’s in the open floor and one of his Michigan teammates lobs an alley-oop his way. That was the case in Tuesday night’s 80-67 win vs. Penn State, and Robinson III didn’t disappoint at all on the transition alley-oop. Watch the highlight and another one of his dunks in this post. INSTANT HIGHLIGHT: Buckle up! Glenn Robinson III just threw down a nasty @umichbball transition alley-oop. WATCH – — Michigan on BTN (@BTN_Michigan) January 15, 2014 That wasn’t the only nice dunk

Aaron Craft

Yarina: What a wild opening week of Big Ten hoops

Well, that was an interesting and entertaining opening week of conference play, wasn’t it? Put it this way: If the rest of the regular season is anything like the first week, we are all in store for a fun ride to the Big Ten tourney and NCAA tourney. There was a little bit of everything this past week. [ MORE: View the latest men’s college basketball polls ] We had staggering statistical lines (Aaron Craft’s seven-point, eight-rebound, 10-assist, 4-steal, 0-turnover effort at Purdue), double-digit comebacks (Wisconsin rallied from a 35-24 halftime deficit vs. Iowa), highlight-reel dunks (Basil Smotherman at Minnesota), the

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Video: Austin Hollins adds to dunk highlight reel

Austin Hollins had a pair of slams on’s top 10 nonconference dunks. The Minnesota senior exploded for another impressive flush in Sunday’s home game vs. Purdue. This time, Hollins used a shot fake from beyond the 3-point line to get to the basket for a powerful right-handed throw-down. Watch the dunk in this post. INSTANT HIGHLIGHT: Austin Hollins just added to his impressive 2013-14 dunk collection. @GopherBball WATCH – — Minnesota on BTN (@BTN_Minnesota) January 5, 2014 Not too bad. Here’s what BTN color commentator Stephen Bardo said about the jam: “It’s not cold in here after that

Court Pass goes live before Big Ten games

If you’ve ever attended a Big Ten men’s basketball game, you know the excitement builds as the crowd files in. Players run drills on the court as the pep band runs through the set list, all contributing to the growing buzz. Now we offer Court Pass, a live online camera delivering exclusive pregame video from selected BTN TV games throughout the Big Ten men’s basketball season. And it starts tonight. Thirty minutes before each selected game, we turn on our cameras at the arena. How can you watch? Just make sure you have BTN2Go, then click on in to watch

Big Ten Hoops Art's nonconference honors, teams

With the nonconference season now in the books,’s basketball panel decided to release its best of the 2013 nonconference season. From superlative honors to All-Big Ten teams, our guys offer their picks.  See it all in this post. Don’t agree? Feel free to leave your picks in the submission box at the bottom of the post. [ MORE: Big Ten Geeks hand out nonconference report cards ] BIGGEST SURPRISE (TEAM) Wisconsin. We knew the Badgers would be good. Bo Ryan is still the coach, after all. But not a single person thought they would enter Big Ten play with

Traevon Jackson

Ranking the games: Will anything top Iowa at Wisconsin?

There are 12 games this week to open the Big Ten season. And many of the matchups will go a long way toward shaping the race, with Iowa’s trip to Wisconsin being the headliner. In fact, it could be one of the better games of the season. Here’s a ranking of this week’s games. [ MORE: Get Dienhart’s preview to the opening week of Big Ten play ] 1. Iowa at Wisconsin, Sun., Jan. 5. A must-see early Big Ten game that won’t disappoint, right? The undefeated Badgers will pose a challenge for a deep and talented Hawkeyes’ club that