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17 Super Players To Watch In The Tournament’s Super 17

The Basketball Tournament is a crazy combination of Hoosiers, $1 million, ESPN and a ton of basketball dreams.

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Way Too Early MAAC RPM Projections

Rosters are starting to settle (mostly) down and summer league is starting up. Now seems like a great time to start looking at what next season could look like in the MAAC.

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Iona Asking More From Kelvin Amayo This Offseason

Kelvin Amayo may have been the flashiest player in the entire Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference last season.

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Iona Looking To Fulfill Potential For MAAC Run

For a team that won the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference’s last two straight regular season titles, the Iona Gaels still feel like a team with unfulfilled potential. 

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Iona Extends Tim Cluess Through 2019-20

In a press release issued Thursday afternoon, Iona College announced the extension of head coach Tim Cluess’ contract through the 2019-20 season.

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My All-Metropolitan Ballot

The All-Metropolitan Men’s Basketball ballots were due yesterday. I’m a big fan of transparency, so for that reason I’m posting my full ballot here.

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NIT Bracketology: The Final Edition

The NIT bracket looks sealed after UConn’s loss in the American Athletic Conference final. The Huskies look like they’ll be playing at home again soon though.

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Three Questions For The NIT Selection Committee

If I had a Selection Sunday genie who could grant me three wishes related to the NIT bracket — well that would be really weird — but here are the three questions I would ask this season.

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NIT Bracketology: March 13

Let’s talk about Murray State.

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Should Iona And St. Francis Brooklyn Have Gotten Automatic NCAA Bids?

The meaning and definition of justice has been debated all the way back to the time of noted fan of the Eurostep, Socrates, and has had various definitions across the millennia. Sports are a good testing ground for justice and ethics. They are games, after all, not matters of life and death (not that Socrates […]

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