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Providence to Open 2015 Wooden Legacy Against Evansville

Jon Rothstein of CBSSports.com is reporting that the first round matchups for the 2015 Wooden Legacy tournament have been set. The Friars will open against Evansville of the Missouri Valley Conference with the other first round matchups — to be held at Titan Gym on the campus of Long Beach State — are Arizona vs. 326 more words

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Jon Rothstein: 'D’Angelo Russell wowed the Los Angeles Lakers'

For weeks, it was assumed the first two picks of tonight’s NBA Draft would be big men Karl-Anthony Towns of Kentucky and Duke’s Jahlil Okafor. According to multiple reports, Minnesota, who owns the first overall pick, will select Towns, which means the Los Angeles Lakers would then take Okafor with the No. 302 more words

Jon Rothstein: If We Learned Anything From LeBron's Title Runs In Miami, It's That You Want To Surround Him With As Much Outside Shooting As You Can

Jon Rothstein, CBS Sports College Basketball Insider thinks the Cavs will continue to look to surround LeBron with 3-point shooting. He takes a look at some of the guys the Cavs could be taking late in the first round and what type of guy would make sense for them. 33 more words


Jon Rothstein: 'Porzingis Has Second-Highest Ceiling In Draft'

With just over 48 hours to go before the NBA Draft, CBS Sports Radio gave Jon Rothstein the floor.

“Well, this is something that I want to bring up,” the CBS Sports college basketball insider said in-studio on Tiki and Tierney. 564 more words


Jon Rothstein On The Terps Being The Team To Beat In College Basketball

Jon Rothstein is a college basketball insider for the CBS Sports Network.

Jon joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Maryland Terrapins high expectations for next season. 139 more words


Paschal Chukwu to Transfer from Providence

In what can only be described as a massive blow to Ed Cooley, freshman big man Paschal Chukwu is transferring from Providence, per a tweet from CBSSports.com’s Jon Rothstein… 201 more words

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