The clock is winding down. You want the ball in one player's hands. Which Big Ten player would you choose? We asked a handful of Big Ten media members for their choice.
The Big Ten office released its latest men's basketball players of the week Monday, and there are a pair of winners for player of the week and freshman of the week. See the honorees, plus watch select video highlights, inside.
Another Big Ten star has announced he will return to school for the 2015-16 college basketball season. Just two days after Michigan’s Caris LeVert made his official announcement to return to school, Indiana’s James Blackmon Jr. announced he will do the same. Blackmon Jr., who was named All-Big Ten honorable mention as a freshman this past season, averaged 15.7 points and 5.3 rebounds for the Hoosiers. His return ensures IU will be one of the top-ranked teams in the Big Ten heading into next season. “I just felt the best situation for me was to come back and play my
BTN.com web editor Sean Merriman take a look at the past five Big Ten freshman classes and compares them to some of the top newcomers in this year's class from a statistical standpoint.
James Blackmon Jr. threw down a huge dunk over two Maryland defenders in the Hoosiers' 68-66 loss to Maryland on Wednesday. Check it out in this post!
Maryland's Melo Trimble and Ohio State's D'Angelo Russell sit atop our analyst's top 5 freshmen list. See his full list inside.
We're a couple weeks into the college basketball season, and there’s no doubt the youngsters are going to alter the landscape of this year’s Big Ten race.
The Big Ten office released its latest Big Ten Men’s Basketball Players of the Week on Monday. See the honorees in this post. Co-Players of the Week: Shannon Scott, Ohio State, G, Sr. Averaged 15.0 assists, 9.5 points and 2.5 steals per game and shot 57.1 percent in leading Ohio State to wins over Marquette and Sacred Heart For the week, posted an assist/turnover ratio of 6.0 (30 assists and five turnovers), while accounting for 50 percent of the Buckeyes’ offensive output Against Marquette, scored eight points, handed out 14 assists and swiped two steals Chipped in 11 points, dished
Prediction: This isn’t the last time we’ll spotlight a James Blackmon Jr. highlight. The heralded Indiana freshman drove and soared for a poster dunk in Monday night’s scrimmage vs. Indianapolis at Assembly Hall. Blackmon loved the dunk. His teammates loved the dunk. Indiana fans loved the dunk. Check out the highlight in the video above. Another exciting Indiana freshman, Robert Johnson, had a nice highlight Monday, too. Check out it below. Robert Johnson does it all (rebound, lead break, finish) on this @IndianaMBB play. http://t.co/MSfL2vIIwl — Indiana on BTN (@BTN_Indiana) November 11, 2014