Tag Archives: James Blackmon Jr.

Top 10 reasons the Indiana Hoosiers are the best story in college basketball
February 26, 2016

Indiana Basketball stands very near an accomplishment that would have been impossible to imagine three months ago. After losing to Wake Forest, UNLV, and Duke during a two-week stretch that was thoroughly disappointing, Indiana found itself, and is in the drivers seat to win the Big Ten regular season crown over teams like Maryland, Michigan State, […]

Indiana and Purdue both post big wins; might get back to the NCAA Tourney this year
November 21, 2014

by Kent Sterling Purdue beating Grambling State is hardly big news.  There is no way that Grambling State should ever be able to compete with the Boilermakers. It was the way Purdue won the game that’s impressive.  After a first half where they led 37-15, Purdue backed it up with a 45-15 half.  That showed […]

Time for Indiana All-Stars to stop picking on Kentucky
June 15, 2014

by Kent Sterling The Indiana All-Star basketball events are wonderful traditions, and should continue whether or not people show up to watch.  It’s great for the very best at any pursuit to assemble and create life-long memories and friendships. But let’s find another victim, can we?  The Commonwealth of Kentucky is not churning out hoop […]

Indiana Basketball – Additional Transfers Will Be Difficult to Justify
March 31, 2014

by Kent Sterling Rumors waft through media workrooms this time of year, and I heard one the other day that did not please me.  It’s not Tom Crean’s job to please anyone in the media.  He answers to his players and athletic director Fred Glass, but the fallout for another transfer will be far less […]

Indiana University Made Absolute Right Call in Refusing to Enter CBI
March 17, 2014

by Kent Sterling Prior to being snubbed by the tournament that theoretically invites the 69th-100th best basketball teams in the country to play in anonymity for a couple more weeks, the brain trust at Assembly Hall decided that Indiana would not seek nor accept an invitation to the CBI Tournament. That was the right call […]