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Report: Enosch Wolf signs pro contract in Germany

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Former UConn center Enosch Wolf will forgo his senior season to sign a pro contract in Germany, according to a report from Sportando.net. Wolf, who averaged 3.4 points and 3.4 rebounds a season ago, was indefinitely suspended following a Feb. 11 arrest. He missed the final eight games of the season, and was reinstated without […] [Read More]
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UConn to hold tribute for Calhoun

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Nearly a year after Jim Calhoun’s retirement, UConn will host “Heart of a Champion: A Tribute to Jim Calhoun” on Sunday, Sept. 22 at Gampel Pavilion. The event will feature guest speakers, including former Huskies from different eras, according to the UConn website. Calhoun, who retired last September, transitioned into a one-year role as special […] [Read More]
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Jeremy Lamb hits game-winner in Orlando Summer League

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With Kevin Martin in Minnesota, it appears Jeremy Lamb will get a chance to contribute next season for Oklahoma City. Lamb, who continually bounced from the D-League to the Thunder, averaged just 3.1 points and 6.4 minutes in 23 appearances this past year. He’s back on the Thunder summer league roster, and is struggling from […] [Read More]
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Notes/Quotes with Mike Aresco: “We’ll just have to prove it on the field and on the court.”

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On the first official day of the American Athletic Conference, I caught up with commissioner Mike Aresco to discuss the state of the league. You can read my column here and check out some of the highlights from the interview below: *Aresco on the potential for more realignment:  “It looks like there’s a much better […] [Read More]
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UConn in the clear for now, others could be in trouble for 2015 tournament

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The academic progress rating (APR) can be an insanely confusing subject. So I’ll break this down as simply as possible: UConn, banned from the tournament last year because of a low APR score, is eligible in 2014. Based on their recent scores, the Huskies look to be in good shape for 2015, too. Some other […] [Read More]
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NCAA releases APR data, UConn eligible for 2014 postseason

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    The NCAA released its annual academic progress rating (APR) Tuesday, and UConn, as expected, is in the clear. The Huskies men’s basketball program, banned from the 2013 postseason because of subpar academic marks, scored a 947 in 2011-12, lifting their two-year average well-above the required 930. So, after a one-year hiatus, the Huskies […] [Read More]
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Memphis to host 2014 AAC tournament

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The FedEx Forum in Memphis will host the inaugural American Athletic Conference men’s basketball tournament, the league announced Tuesday. According to various reports, Memphis emerged as the favorite weeks ago, beating out venues in Hartford and Philadelphia. “We are very excited to have the first American Athletic Conference championship at FedExForum,” said AAC commissioner Mike […] [Read More]
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A look at UConn’s 2013-14 roster…

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Here’s a look at UConn’s 2013-14 roster following the addition of George Washington transfer Lasan Kromah, a fifth-year senior with immediate eligibility. Kromah figures to absorb R.J. Evans’ minutes from a year ago. A 6-foot-5 guard noted as a solid perimeter defender, Kromah played for UConn assistant Karl Hobbs as a freshman. Hobbs was the […] [Read More]
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