The Road To Success

The Road To Success

The late, Coach John Wooden (former Men’s Basketball Coach at UCLA) was not only a winner, he was one of the best at “personal development”. He knew it was “people” who would help him achieve his goals. Whether people will admit it or not… most are starving for someone to break out of the pack … Read more

Cameron Sealey Named to South Atlantic First Team All-Conference

Shooting Guard Garners Post-season Honors for Third Straight Year Former NSR basketball prospect, Lenoir-Rhyne’s Cameron Sealey has been named to the 2010-11 All-South Atlantic Conference Women’s Basketball First Team.  Cameron was second in the conference in scoring (17.9 ppg) this season and led the Bears in free throw percentage (.801), steals (50) and three-pointers made (49) in 2010-11.  A … Read more

T*W*I*S: BYU Stands Its Honor Ground As Chances of an NCAA Tournament Top Seed Slip Away

Brigham Young University’s basketball program was knocked for an unexpected loop this week when it suspended third leading scorer and top rebounder, sophomore Brandon Davies for an unspecified Honor Code infraction.  The 6’9″ forward was the inside presence the Cougars relied upon to complement Player of the Year candidate Jimmer Fredette’s frenetic playing style.  As the team neared … Read more

T*W*I*S: And Down the Stretch We Come…In Basketball

With all the Super Bowl brouhaha over, thankfully, we turn our attention to basketball and tournament season.  Although still a couple to a few weeks away, teams are nonetheless already scrambling for higher seeds.  In high school hoops, tournament basketball is arguably the most exciting event of the year.  The air becomes thick with fan anticipation as the regular season winds down.  Must-win games … Read more