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  • Creighton Prepares for Big East Tourney

    Creighton Prepares for Big East Tourney

    Creighton Assistant Coach Patrick Sellers joins Chris DiSano and Adam Finkelstein to talk about his team’s chances in the Big East Tourney and what it is like to coach National Player of the Year candidate Doug McDermott.

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  • VCU Locked in on A-10 Tournament

    VCU Locked in on A-10 Tournament

    VCU Asst. Coach Mike Morrell joins Chris DiSano and Adam Finkelstein to talk VCU basketball heading into the Atlantic 10 Tournament in Brooklyn. VCU has a strong postseason history recently, and Coach Morrell thinks the strength of the A-10 will help VCU heading into this postseason. He also talks “HAVOC” and how the Rams plan to use every foot of the Barclays Center Court this weekend.

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  • How many wins do the Friars need?

    How many wins do the Friars need?

    Providence College Asst. Coach Brian Blaney joined Chris DiSano & Adam Finkelstein to talk Friars basketball heading into the Big East Tournament. He touches on Bryce Cotton’s “Ironman” status and playing with a limited rotation, as well as their mindset heading into a huge matchup with St. John’s in what many consider a “Win-and-In” game.

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  • Big East & A-10 Postseason Live Chat

    Big East & A-10 Postseason Live Chat

    Join Cox Sports for a very special college basketball post-season Live Chat. Hosted by Chris DiSano (CollegeChalktalk.com, Campus Insiders) and Vin Parise (Cox Sports, SNY, NBC Universal Sports), we’ll take an in depth look at the Big East and Atlantic 10 Tournaments and talk about what the bubble teams need to do to earn an NCAA bid. We’ll find out who’s hot, who’s not and who are the  Tournament dark horses. Our recruiting guru Adam Finkelstein (ESPN.com) will weigh in […]

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  • Player Profile: Tremont Waters

    Player Profile: Tremont Waters

    The five-foot-eight South Kent freshman has had a virtually unprecedented impact for someone of his age and size in a league as competitive as AAA. He’s highly skilled with a unique presence and composure about him that simply can’t be taught. He’s extremely clever, often relishing the opportunity to trick his defender, and always capable of burying threes. While it is obviously still early in his recruitment, he’s already being tracked by a number of high-major programs, and has already […]

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  • Jarvis Garrett is a Coup for URI

    Jarvis Garrett is a Coup for URI

    The top available point guard in the nation, Jarvis Garrett of Notre Dame Prep Guard, committed to the University of Rhode Island on Tuesday. Cox Sports’ Adam Finkelstein breaks down what the commitment means to Dan Hurley and the Rams program moving forward.

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  • Player Profile: Christian Wilkins

    Player Profile: Christian Wilkins

    Christian Wilkins – A true two-sport star who anchored the interior for last year’s New England championship on the hardwood while simultaneously earning a variety of high-major offers on the grid-iron. At six-foot-five and nearly three hundred pounds, Wilkins is a near impossible match-up in the paint at Suffield Academy with an immovable center of gravity and aggressive moves to attack the rim through contact. While he’s most likely to pursue college football, he’s an undeniable scholarship caliber talent in […]

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  • Player Profile: Kaleb Joseph

    Player Profile: Kaleb Joseph

    Kaleb Joseph – The Nashua, New Hampshire native exploded onto the recruiting scene in his first year at Cushing and continued to work his way up national rankings and recruiting lists alike.  Now, he’s a top 50 player in the national class of 2014 and headed to Syracuse next year where he’ll potentially learn under current freshman star Tyler Ennis, if not immediately take the reins should Ennis opt to leave for the NBA.  Joseph has good size and athleticism […]

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  • Adam Finkelstein talks about Ed Cooley’s Friar recruits

    Adam Finkelstein talks about Ed Cooley’s Friar recruits

    February means tough conference play, make it or break it games on the road to tournament season, and, of course, recruiting expert Adam Finkelstein’s annual visit to “Friars All Access” to discuss Ed Cooley’s recruiting efforts. Adam points out that Cooley’s relentless approach to recruiting has really been noticed, and that Providence College is considered a team on the rise.  Cooley has been recruiting at an extremely high level since his arrival, but has basically been fairly unlucky, as we […]

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  • NPSI: Day 4 Recap

    NPSI: Day 4 Recap

    NPSI: Day 4 Recap By: Tara Haywood The NPSI wrapped up today at the Murray Center on the campus of Rhode Island College. Spectators and scouts alike got their final look at some of the nation’s top prospects during this incredible 4-day event. Here is the rundown of the games brought to you live by Cox Sports on February 2nd, 2014: St. Thomas More vs. Canarias Academy of Spain The Chancellors of St. Thomas had a very strong first half […]

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