The 2014 NBA Draft may be over, but the offseason is only just getting underway.
Just hours after Mitch Kupchak and Jim Buss selected Julius Randle with the seventh overall pick in the draft – and after buying a pick from the Washington Wizards to acquire Jordan Clarkson at 46 – the team continued their mini-rebuild by securing two undrafted prospects to play for their Summer...
According to a report from ESPN’s Jeff Goodman, Ohio State forward LaQuinton Ross has played his final game as a Buckeye.
Ohio State's LaQuinton Ross will declare for NBA Draft, sources told ESPN.
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) March 24, 2014
Just days after the Buckeyes were eliminated by Cinderella story Dayton, Ross reportedly met with OSU head coach Thad Matta to discuss...
Despite a report to the contrary, Ohio State junior forward LaQuinton Ross says he has not yet decided if he will return to Columbus for his senior year.
Jeff Goodman reported Monday that sources told ESPN Ross will declare for the NBA Draft.
Ross himself denied, via Twitter, that he had come to a decision.
Ross, who averaged 15.2 points and 5.9 rebounds this season, is on the border...
LaQuinton Ross scored 16 points before being ejected because of a scuffle, leading No. 24 Ohio State to a 76-60 victory over Northwestern on Wednesday night.
Late in the second half, when Ohio State had a large lead on Northwestern, a little bit of frustration set in and Nikola Cerina decided to turn the game into WWE.
(h/t Land-Grant Holy Land)
Some people just can't take getting manhandled on a box out! But then again, this is Big Ten basketball and things are going to get physical.
After whiffing on a punch aimed for Amir Williams...
Today, Ohio State forward LaQuinton Ross is celebrating his birthday and is letting the world know it by retweeting dozens and dozens of ‘Happy Birthday’ wishes. Most of his friends and friends want him to go out and party…and then there’s Ohio State strength coach Dave Richardson, who gave him a slightly different reminder:
Happy birthday @qross2011 . Go to class
There was a time, certainly last November and maybe as recently as March 10, that LaQuinton Ross was Ohio State's secret weapon.
The secret is out. Fair trade, considering the Buckeyes season lives on.
Ohio State is one game from second straight Final Four after beating Arizona Thursday night, 73-70, on a 3-pointer by Ross with a little over 2 seconds left. It capped a wild game...
Not a comedian.
This morning’s top five stories from around the web:
1. LaQuinton Ross sent Ohio State through to the Elite Eight.
2. Syracuse’s zone frustrated Indiana to no end.
3. Doug Gottlieb isn’t good at making jokes.
4. UCLA wants Brad Stevens.
5. Marquette blew out Miami to set up an all-Big East East Region final.
Today’s college sports crossword puzzle:
When Ohio State freshman LaQuinton Ross fired off an angry tweet shortly after not getting off the bench in No. 6 Ohio State's win at Minnesota Tuesday night, Ross knew he'd screwed up.
So he went to Thad Matta as soon as the Buckeyes' coach returned from the locker room from the postgame press conference and told Matta that he realized he was wrong in tweeting "...
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Not everyone on sixth-ranked Ohio State was happy with the Buckeyes' bounce-back win at Minnesota on Tuesday night.
Shortly after the Buckeyes' 78-68 win, freshman LaQuinton Ross, who didnt play, tweeted "I don't know how much longer I can take this BULL!!!!!"
The tweet was subsequently deleted and Ross later posted: "I let my emotions get the best of...