Many may argue conference tournament week is better than the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament. Every team in the country still has an opportunity of making the Dance at the start of the week, but as the days go by, more and more dreams are crushed. Teams have to win three, four and sometimes five straight games in as many days to claim an automatic bid in the field of 68. Read More »
During last season’s NCAA Tournament, I remember Baylor’s Crazy Light 2s being the talk of the tournament. Now for this year, adidas has unveiled new uniforms for six major college basketball teams. They are calling them the adizero uniform system, and they’ll be worn during this season’s NCAA postseason play. Read More »
Team Jordan schools are doing their part to raise awareness of cancer and promote healthy living by joining the Coaches vs. Cancer movement. This month, players at North Carolina, Georgetown, Marquette and Cal will be rocking pink Js – the Jordan CP3.V, Jordan Play In These II and Air Jordan 8.0 – to show their support. Check ‘em out: Read More »
When former 11-year NBA player Lamond Murray began to help his son and daughter research colleges, he came across a company named NCSA that was dedicated to helping young athletes find the right colleges for them. Murray was so impressed, he didn’t just employ their services â€“ he became a part of their organization.
Using his experience from becoming the No. 7 pick in the 1994 NBA Draft out of the University of California, Murray speaks to young athletes and their families about how NCSA can help navigate the tricky landscape of college recruiting, finding the best fit to set them up for success. Read More »
Like Georgetown, if you’re looking for a great program and some great swag in your college choice, Cal just may be the spot for you. As one of the few Jordan Brand schools in the nation, you know you’re going to get laced out. So even though the Golden Bears didn’t make the NCAA Tournament, check out the exclusive version of the Jordan Evolution ’85 that arrived on campus for them to wear. Read More »