Basketball Sizes: A Quick Guide for All Levels of Play
NBA and College Basketball Sizes Basketball sizes vary by age, gender, and level of play. The official size of the basketball used by the NBA is 29.5 inches in circumference. [...]
How NILs May Help Keep College Basketball Players In School
When the NCAA began allowing college athletes to profit from their name, image, and likeness (NIL), many observers decried it as the end of college sports as we know it. [...]
SMU NIL Agreement – Student-Athletes can now be paid.
The custom of paying college athletes to play has always been forbidden. The NCAA has always tried to keep sports and athletes clean from bribery and play-to-pay schemes. However, the [...]
How Does a Student-Athlete’s Time Commitment Differ Between Division I and Division III Programs?
If it’s not talent or scholarship money, what’s the biggest difference between Division I and Division III athletics?
How to Get Recruited For High School Track & Field
Knowing this timeline is important to plan how you will approach the process for you and your parents to make it the best possible experience.
Watch Listen Up: Interview with Isis Young Pro Basketball Player In Germany
On this episode of Listen Up, Bailey is joined by Isis Young former college basketball player who recently signed a pro contract to play in Germany for the Saarlouis Royals. [...]
Basketball Inbound Plays for Beginners
A basketball inbound play occurs at the beginning of every period, except for the first, after all made baskets and following any stoppages in play such as a dead-ball turnover (when [...]
5-foot-2 Darnell Rogers is Leading a D1 Basketball Team In Scoring
UMBC basketball is the ultimate underdog. Not only is their mascot an actual retriever, but after knocking off 1-seed Virginia as a 16-seed in the 2018 NCAA Tournament, the program [...]
Duke Freshman Cassius Stanley Sets New School Record For Max Jump Height
Cassius Stanley now holds the record for highest max vertical jump in Duke basketball history. Stanley, a 6-foot-6 freshman guard from Los Angeles, accomplished the feat earlier this week: MAX [...]
Admiral Schofield Came to Tennessee 30 Pounds Overweight. He Left as One of Their Best Players Ever
When Admiral Schofield arrived in Knoxville for his freshman year at the University of Tennessee, he wasn’t exactly the big man on campus. That’s to be expected for a recruit [...]