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UConn Basketball: Recruiting impact of NBA interest of Kevin Ollie

UConn basketball head coach Kevin Ollie has drawn attention from NBA teams in both of the past two off-seasons. Last year the Los Angeles Lakers expressed interest. This year the Oklahoma City Thunder has shown that they were poised to make a run at Ollie. He however decided that UConn is the place he wants to be, at least for now. Kevin Ollie being a top commodity in the National...
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April 27, 2015  |  Discuss

UConn Basketball: Will Kevin Ollie leave for the NBA?

UConn basketball head coach Kevin Ollie has been speculated as one of the top head coaching candidates for the National Basketball Association. Kevin Ollie played for 11 teams in 13 seasons during his time in the NBA. He is potentially the most alluring head coaching candidate in the college ranks along with University of Florida head coach Billy Donovan. Kevin Ollie Last off-season...
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April 21, 2015  |  Discuss

How will UConn Basketball replace Ryan Boatright?

With Ryan Boatright Graduating, the Huskies need someone to take over at point guard. With the loss of Ryan Boatright, UConn basketball is lacking a true point guard to handle to ball. Ryan Boatright brought the ball up the court nearly every possession. The Huskies are not by any means lacking guards. On their roster for next season the guards are Daniel Hamilton, Omar Calhoun...
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April 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Video: Ryan Boatright Injured During Scuffle Between Memphis And UConn

Things got very chippy midway through the first half between Memphis and UConn, and a brief shoving match led to Huskies star Ryan Boatright leaving the game for a chunk of the game. Boatright and a few UConn teammates got into it with a group of Tigers near the Memphis bench, and the Huskies’ star guard caught a blow to the face during the brief scuffle.  Boatright has reentered...
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February 19, 2015  |  Discuss

UConn Basketball: Analyzing Ryan Boatright’s NBA Draft stock

UConn Basketball’s only senior Ryan Boatright, will be graduating this May. He’s a point guard who has played in some big games throughout his college career with the Huskies. Boatright was highly touted form a young age. He was so talented with amazing ball handling skills that he verbally committed to the University of Southern California when he was just 14 years old and a...
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February 11, 2015  |  Discuss

UConn's Ryan Boatright Completes the Sweetest Pass of the Tournament to Set Up the Slam

UConn's Ryan Boatright had the look of someone that really wanted to score on this play. He had the drive, he put on the moves, threw down with a spin, but the St. Joseph's defense converged on him anyway. Was he worried? Absolutely not.He had Amida Brimah wide open for the dunk!@cjzero/TwitterThe two teams ended up going to overtime where the No. 7 seed Huskies took down No....
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March 21, 2014  |  Discuss
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