Found December 16, 2011 on
Larry Brown Sports:
We all know the fast break is the best way to beat full-court pressure. The most exciting way to beat full-court pressure is to finish the play on the other end with a dunk. It’s even more exciting when that dunk happens to come in the form of an alley-oop. As far as taking the [...]
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If you haven’t already get to know the name Jared Cunningham. The Oregon State star is averaging 17.2 points per game this season and is one of the most athletic players in the country.
Last night Oregon State defeated Howard 93-72 and in that game Cunningham had one of the best dunks so far in this college basketball season.
The Beavers point guard Ahamd Starks passed...
Ahmad Starks scored 22 and Angus Brandt added 21 points, both career highs, to lead Oregon State to a 93-72 win against Howard Thursday night.
Roberto Nelson added 20 points and eight rebounds for Oregon State (8-2), off to its best start since the 1984-85 team opened 8-1.
Brandon Ford and Prince Okoroh had 13 points apiece for Howard (3-8).
Starks, a sophomore, scored eight points...
In the midst of a week almost totally devoid of must-see highlights or intriguing matchups, Oregon State did its best to rescue college basketball fans from the doldrums.
Facing token full-court pressure a few minutes into the first half of Thursday's 93-72 win over Howard, Oregon State point guard Ahmad Starks easily beat it by floating a pass to an open center Joe Burton at...
Oregon State forward Joe Burton is 6-7 and 280 pounds, and yet here he is, feeding Jared Cunningham from the top of the key for a beautiful alley-oop against Howard last night. (Burton is averaging 3.6 assists through 10 games.) It took the Beavers three dribbles and three passes to beat a full-court press, which is just about the best kind of break...
Oregon State forward Joe Burton can be seen here feeding teammate Jared Cunningham for this fantastic reverse alley-oop against Howard.
OREGON STATE followed up a surprise loss to Idaho in the way some expected -- by blowing out their next opponent. Roberto Nelson led the way, with 21 points to lead Oregon State to 95-53 victory over Illinois-Chicago on Tuesday night.