Knicks’ Cleanthony Early Throws Down Dunk Over 2 Dallas Defenders At NBA Summer League

Former Wichita State Shocker star Cleanthony Early threw down a monster jam over 2 Dallas Maverick defenders during the NBA Summer League on Friday. Early, who was a second round pick but should’ve been a first rounder, scored 13 points in the game. Follow Cleanthony on Twitter at @Clearly_BallLyf. [@.GIFDSPORTS] The post Knicks’ Cleanthony Early Throws Down Dunk Over 2 Dallas Defenders...
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July 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Wichita State Head Coach Greg Marshall Discusses Knicks Forward Cleanthony Early

We caught up with Gregg Marshall to discuss promising small forward Cleanthony Early. Many analysts pegged Early as a pick just outside the lottery, but he slipped all the way to the Knicks at pick No. 34. Phil Jackson must have liked the Wichita State product. How does Early’s college coach feel about him?
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June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Witchita St's Cleanthony Early falls on face after dunk attempt

Wichita State’s Cleanthony Early didn’t win last night’s college basketball dunk contest with this attempt (Eastern Kentucky’s Marcus Lewis won). However, outside of Adreian Payne’s two-handed 360 flush, Early easily had the most entertaining dunk attempt on the night. [GIFdsports] The post Cleanthony Early Falls on his Face after Dunk Attempt Fail appeared first on Diehardsport.
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April 04, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Cleanthony Early threw down best dunk of Tourney

Those of you who watched the Wichita State-Kentucky game on Sunday witnessed the best game of the 2014 NCAA Tournament thus far. No. 8 seed Kentucky barely advanced to the Sweet 16 with an upset win over the Shockers in a game that also featured some of the best dunks of the tournament. Cleanthony Early […]
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March 24, 2014  |  Discuss

NCAA basketball; not your father’s game

The face of college basketball has changed. Yes, it still features the iconic faces of Coach K and Jim Boheim. And yes some programs continue to remain the enviable leaders of the sport (see Duke, Syracuse, Kentucky). But men’s college basketball to your father or your father’s father would be nearly unrecognizable; and that’s what makes the game so intriguing. The rise of the mid...
February 09, 2014  |  Discuss

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