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The Sun's Arizin: How to watch Liberty Ballers vs. Boeheim's Army via live stream

Reggie Redding vs. Eric Devendorf. Bet you didn't even know you needed this.

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TGIF, 'Nova Nation! Tonight at 6:45pm ET, the Liberty Ballers take on Boeheim's Army in Chicago. The Villanova and Syracuse-centric squads should bring back a lot of memories. Anytime you get to root vehemently against Eric Devendorf, it's a great day.

If you're interested, you can live stream Liberty Ballers vs. Boeheim's Army here.

And now, the "news."

2015 NIT Season Tip-Off: Primer And Bracket Guess | Blogging the Bracket
In this series, Blogging the Bracket's Chris Dobbertean examines this season's exempt tournaments, providing facts that will probably only be interesting to him. Today, he looks at the ever-changing NIT Season Tip-Off.

Three Arkansas players arrested on suspicion of forgery | Yahoo Sports
The Razorbacks are a potential opponent for Villanova in the NIT Preseason Tip off. The school indefinitely suspended guard Anton Beard and forwards Jacorey Williams and Dustin Thomas.

Lonnie Walker helped his stock at the Nike Global Challenge | DraftExpress
He proved himself as arguably the best perimeter defender in the tournament, guarding multiple positions while constantly making plays off the ball – to the tune of 3.6 steals and 1.6 blocks per 40 minutes pace adjusted.

Predicting where college basketball's top 10 uncommitted recruits will play |
Many of the top players in the class of 2016 are still uncommitted. Where will they end up? We take our best guess.

Sun Belt Commish Confirms Contact With Eastern Kentucky, Coastal Carolina | Underdog Dynasty
After a report from the Myrtle Beach/Conway region with Coastal Carolina AD Matt Hogue confirmed his school has been in discussions with the Sun Belt, Karl Benson took to Twitter to respond.

Cuttino Mobley is the real 'Uncle Drew' | Lost Lettermen
This is stunning to see a guy dominate like this with grey hair.

Reds Fan Runs On Field, Films Selfie Video, Escapes Ballpark | Deadspin
It could have been the perfect crime. Justin Buchanan, 19, dashed onto the field at last night’s Cubs-Reds game (while filming himself the entire way), tried to say hi to Billy Hamilton, tossed his phone onto the grass over the centerfield wall, hopped the fence, clambered up into the seats, and disappeared into the anonymity of the concourse. He escaped the stadium, made the two-hour drive home to Noblesville, Ind., and would’ve gotten away with it. Except he posted his video to his Twitter account, and now he’s doing interviews. Teens, man.