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Game thread: Georgia State vs. Middle Georgia State

Georgia State will open its men’s basketball regular season by hosting Middle Georgia State at 7 tonight at the GSU Sports Arena.

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Georgia State went 25-10, winning the Sun Belt’s regular season and tournament titles. 241 more words

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Fighting Peaches: Interview w/ #gsupanthers men's basketball head coach Ron Hunter 11/3/15

By E. Marcel Pourtout, Editor

The Sports Inquirer spoke with Georgia State men’s basketball head coach Ron Hunter during his team’s practice on Nov. 3. Topics included the overall health of the team, breakdown of the players, incorporating the younger players into the program and Hunter’s offseason. 33 more words


LOOK: Ron Hunter Falling Off His Stool Has Its Own Bobblehead

Ross Kelly, CBS Local Sports

Since when do college basketball coaches of teams in the Sun Belt Conference get their own bobbleheads? When said coach is Ron Hunter who provided one of the most memorable moments in NCAA Tournament history last season. 139 more words


There's now a bobblehead of the moment when Ron Hunter fell off his stool at the NCAA tournament

Hey @coachrhunter Greatest. Bobblehead. Ever. @GeorgiaStateMBB https://t.co/piqJgnSaLA
11Alive Sports (@11AliveSports) October 26, 2015

One of the most memorable moments in the 2015 NCAA tournament came when Georgia State coach Ron Hunter watched in disbelief as his son, now-Celtics player RJ Hunter, swished a three to give his team the lead with less than five seconds to go against Baylor.

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The story behind the Ron Hunter bobblehead

You’re not truly famous until a bobblehead doll is modeled after you.

Georgia State men’s basketball coach Ron Hunter is now immortalized with a bobblehead of him falling off the stool he was forced to coach from after tearing his Achilles celebrating his team’s win in the championship of the Sun Belt tournament. 663 more words

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VIDEO Ron Hunter dances at Georgia State's midnight madness

Georgia State’s Ron Hunter appears to have recovered from the Achilles tendon tear he suffered last March while celebrating the Panthers winning the Sun Belt Conference Tournament title. 102 more words