Reading Time: 3 minutesJosh Christopher – SG, Arizona State Height/Weight: 6-foot-4, 205 LBS High School: Mayfair Five star recruit Josh Christopher is a versatile player who should fit well into the offensive scheme at Arizona State. Currently ranked #11 on ESPN’s recruiting database, Christopher is a scoring wing with a reliable long range jumper, and the potential to improve that part of his game. He is best when driving through the lane. Arizona State is currently ranked #2 in the Pac-12 Preseason Poll so with Christopher at the wing and leading scorer Remy Martin back at guard for another...Read More
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Reading Time: 2 minutesFriday morning came with some unfortunate news for Pokes fans. Oklahoma State basketball had received a postseason ban for a Level 1 violation. The Cowboys also received a 3 scholarship reduction through 2023, and 3 years probation. This is connected to the broader scheme of the FBI investigation into corruption in college basketball. The allegations against Oklahoma State center around former assistant coach Lamont Evans. Evans was fired in late 2017, but allegations against him stem nearly as far back as a year and a half. Evans supposedly accepted a multitude of bribes from financial advisors...Read More
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Men will literally sit around and name random sports players for two hours instead of going to therapy.
he tried his best
Now why would we do that?!? We already have our WR1 https://twitter.com/swxgbuck/status/1519822962744086529
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