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The NBA Combine starts today, and things will heat up for Josh Hart

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All eyes will turn to the junior guard today.

Huuuuuuuuuuuump Daaaaaaaaaay! The NBA Combine kicks off today in Chicago and runs through the weekend. Following that, players who haven't yet signed with an agent - like Villanova's Josh Hart - will have 10 days to decide what to do. He'll probably be playing the The Clash on repeat (no he won't!).

We'll keep our eyes peeled for Hart coverage from the combine, but there's some good advance coverage below if you aren't familiar with this event.

And now, the "news."

Josh Hart talks about his game ahead of the NBA Combine | Facebook Video
The junior also discussed who he tries to model his game after, and recaps that crazy night in Houston among other topics in this 8+ minute interview.

Five things to know about the NBA Draft Combine | CBSSports.com
The NBA Draft Combine is an important event in every pre-draft cycle. Here are five things to watch for as the event gets going in Chicago this week.

How Big East can be big winner (or loser) of NBA Draft Combine | New York Post
The Big East will be front and center, with what would arguably would be the league’s three best players next year — Seton Hall’s Isaiah Whitehead, Villanova’s Josh Hart and Providence’s Ben Bentil — competing to see where they stand in this year’s draft class.

Villanova Softball Set to Face St. Johns Friday in BIG EAST Tournament Semifinal | Villanova.com
The Villanova softball team will look for its first BIG EAST Tournament title ever when it meets St. Johns in the second semifinal game of the BIG EAST Championship Friday, May 13.

Looking Forward: Who will be the Breakout Stars of the 2016-17 season? | CollegeBasketballTalk
These guys are going to be some of the biggest names in the sport next year.

John Calipari's shots at Duke stoke an already smoldering rivalry | Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: The Blue Devils and Wildcats are battling for top recruits and for the title of next year's preseason No. 1 team.