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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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  • 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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  • Player Profile: Goodluck Okonoboh

    Player Profile: Goodluck Okonoboh

    Goodluck Okonoboh – After years of playing alongside Nerlens Noel, Okonoboh established himself as an incredibly dominant shot-blocker in his own rite during the last two years.  One of the nation’s top shot-blockers, the bouncy six-foot-nine big man has starred at some of the biggest venues the grassroots basketball world has to offer in recent years, from the Elite 24 to the Adidas Invitational.  The Wilbraham & Monson big man announced his commitment to UNLV live on national television this […]

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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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  • NPSI: Day 3 Recap

    NPSI: Day 3 Recap

    There were a number of familiar names on the court today. Fans were treated to watching the likes of soon-to-be Division I players Jarvis Garrett, Kaleb Joseph, Daxter Miles and Goodluck Okonoboh. They also had the chance to see terrific underclassmen, including some of the best prospects in the country. Heavy attendance today at the Murray Center. Notre Dame Prep vs. Mont Clare Academy Notre Dame was right back in action this afternoon, taking on the talented Mont Clare Academy from Phoenixville, […]

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  • NPSI: Day 2 Recap

    NPSI: Day 2 Recap

    By: Tara Haywood The second day of the NPSI at Rhode Island College is in the books.  It was certainly a day that former professional athletes, major university head coaches and scouts (too numerous to mention) filled the seats to see some of the very best prospects. All of today’s games, brought to you live by Cox Sports, are recapped below. St. John’s NW Military vs. Notre Dame Prep For the second time in as many days, the Crusaders of Notre […]

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  • NPSI: Day 1 Recap

    NPSI: Day 1 Recap

    By: Tara Haywood The National Prep School Invitational opened today on the campus of Rhode Island College. Below is the first in a series of quick daily summaries of games brought to you live by Cox Sports. The NPSI continues through Sunday, February 2nd. Be sure to catch all of the action streaming live! Stay tuned for tournament recaps and interviews with the rising stars on the court.   St. Thomas More vs Suffield Academy Suffield and St. Thomas More […]

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  • Hoop Hall Classic: Big Names Showcase their Skills

    Hoop Hall Classic: Big Names Showcase their Skills

    Cox Sports’ Adam Finkelstein caught all the action at last week’s Hoop Hall Classic in Springfield, MA, recapping impressive performances by some of the top players in the 2014 class.  Some names that college hoop fans will come to know very well next year flashed their potential showing why they were so sought after in recruiting, including No. 1 Overall Jahlil Okafor (Duke), No. 3 Cliff Alexander (Kansas), No. 5 Emmanuel Mudiay (SMU), No. 6 Karl Towns (Kentucky), No. 9 […]

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  • “Toughest” baller in New England Prep Circles? Mike Auger

    “Toughest” baller in New England Prep Circles? Mike Auger

    His toughness is his calling card and Recruiting Insider Adam Finkelstein talked to New Hampton’s Mike Auger about his rep as the guy you want battling inside the paint. Whether switching-off to grab a slashing guard at top of the key or defending the post down low, Auger welcomes contact. (Check out the positioning and subseqeunt rejection battling against Indiana-bound 6’9″ Noah Vonleh at 0:44) Mike can hold his own with the books as well as the “bigs,” and Ivy […]

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  • Bonzie Colson Getting Some Big-Time Offers

    Bonzie Colson Getting Some Big-Time Offers

    Class of 2014 forward Bonzie Colson of Barrington talked earlier this Spring with Cox Sports Recruiting Insider Adam Finkelstein about his basketball success and college recruitment. Colson is said to be taking officials to Pitt, Florida St, Miami, and Notre Dame. URI Coach Dan Hurley has also shown interest in the the reigning Rhode Island Gatorade Player of the Year. “Selfless, efficient, composed, simple — that describes Bonzie Colson,” said Jesse Bopp, head coach of Vermont Academy “He is at […]

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