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The Sun's Arizin: Villanova Wildcats news & links for July 15, 2015

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Huuuuuuuuuump Daaaaaaay! The Under Armour Association finals start today in Atlanta, so expect to see some news around players like Trevon Duval, Quade Green and Hamidou Diallo. Whether that news includes something related to Villanova, we'll have to wait and see. The second live period begins today at 5pm ET.

And now, the "news."

Reggie Redding: A Day In The Life Vol. 2 | Hardwood Herald
After another successful season across the pond, Reg is going to fill us in on how the end of the season went for his Alba Berlin squad and how he plans to spend the offseason.

Philadelphia Union Academy's Bradley twins commit to Villanova | Brotherly Game
Shane Bradley and Conor Bradley have verbally committed to play college soccer at Villanova University in 2016.

Former Villanova basketball star Jana Rediger offers athletic training | Main Line Media News
When Jana Rediger helped lead the Villanova University woman’s basketball team to a 52-48 victory over then unbeaten University of Connecticut in the Big East Championship in March 2003, she used her athletic prowess and determination. Now she's using it again to help the next generation.

Duke is beating Kentucky at its own game in recruiting |
There's no one better at securing star recruits than Mike Krzyzewski rignt now.

Memphis finally grants Austin Nichols unconditional release |
Nichols is free to transfer wherever he wants with two years of eligibility left.

PSA Cardinals, City Rocks to Run Kentucky-Style AAU Combine on Sunday |
As odd as it seems giving all the AAU events going on over the next few weeks, the concept behind this is actually very good since it will give the lesser known players more of a spotlight in front of college coaches.

Ed'O Bannon lawsuit: NCAA ordered to pay $46M in lawyers fees |
A judge ordered the NCAA to pay $44.4 million in attorneys' fees and another $1.5 million in costs to lawyers for the plaintiffs in the Ed O'Bannon class-action antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA. Note to Brian: just get on a case like this and we'll have that Wawa Arena in no time.

Actual FCC complaints from people who saw LeBron James' penis on TV |
Only a few people complained to the government about seeing it, and a couple weren't actually mad, but they're all pretty good.

Oh, and Amazon wishes you #HappyPrimeDay- get your midsummer shopping on...