The North Carolina hoops team recently went shopping for donations to the Salvation Army, providing toys for underprivileged children around the holidays. A great cause at a great time of year.
Our next #DunkOfTheYear nominee comes via Nevada’s Deonte Burton. Notice the [badly] missed block attempt.
Dick Vitale is perhaps ESPN’s most easily-recognized personality ever on the college basketball scene. Watch some fellow ESPNers do their best Vitale in celebration of his 35th year with the network.
Kentucky forward Willie Cauley-Stein is making his case for joining the RTC #AllHairTeam. Have other nominations? Send them to us on twitter @rushthecourt.
Every sports interview ever? This cartoon probably isn’t all that far off.
Former US olympian Karch Kiraly would even be impressed by this rejection from St. Louis’ Jordair Jett (talk about living up to your name)…
Saturday afternoon gave us this beauty from Boulder, and a good old-fashioned RTC as a result.
Kentucky’s hoops team recently had dinner with former president George W. Bush and presented him with this jersey in gratitude.
Always in the limelight, Ole Miss guard Marshall Henderson is sportin’ a new do. Henderson was anything but electric in a 61-58 loss last night to Kansas State, shooting just 4-of-18 from the field.
Michigan’s Nik Stauskas apparently needed that shoe. He went 0-for-2 for four points in a 69-79 loss to Duke last night.
If this one-handed alley-oop and one is any sign, Stetson’s hoops program might just have some life in it. This #DunkOfTheYear gem was provided by SU forward Kentwan Smith.
In all fairness, it’s not an easy name to spell. Some ACC hoops players try to spell Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski’s last name with hilarious results. Thanks to TSN for the link.
Southern Miss enters the #DunkOfTheYear fray with this Michael Craig slam against Louisville over the weekend.