Every college coach in America, including UTEP head coach Tim Floyd, are saying they are only thinking about the next game and not looking ahead during conference championship week with Selection Sunday right around the corner
Pretty sure Matt Record was the talk of the town for this spectacular effort right before the halftime buzzer of the Hoops for Hope charity tournament championship in Manchester, New York. Halfcourt shots might be a dime a dozen, but when an 11 or 12 year-old uses every muscle he has to chuck a ball well over 40 feet from the basket it is an amazing feat that doesn’t happen very often in that age bracket
While most basketball fans were watching the All Star game festivities, there was a more incredible and watchable moment in Springfield, Missouri this weekend when a blind man nailed a shot from downtown to win free McDonalds for a year
Even with CJ Cooper sitting for most of the first half with three fouls, Coach Tim Floyd made a bit of a surprise, but necessary move bringing in freshman guard and El Paso’s own Aaron Jones to take over point guard duties with UTEP leading 10-2 early in the game
After a conference opening loss at home to Charlotte a few weeks ago, there was an uneasy feeling from Miner Nation that maybe this was a preview of things to come for the rest of the season. Even after bouncing back to defeat Marshall two nights later, the jury was still out as to what to expect from Coach Tim Floyd and his short-handed roster
The “bank” is usually not open for business on a basketball court, especially not from 80-feet away, but Temidayo Yussuf, a high school basketball player at St. Joseph Notre Dame High School in Alameda, California proved everyone wrong by making one of the craziest buzzer-beating shots this season
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