Happy Tuesday, 'Nova Nation! A couple of really good podcasts for your audio content consumers today. Adam Zagoria and Josh Newman had Jay on their podcast to talk about the White House trip, the unique bond of the Big East and next year's team.
But that's not all! Neumann-Goretti coach Carl Arrigale joins the show to talk about his star players Quade Green and Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree.
Finally, Ryan Arcidiacono is on a local San Antonio podcast to talk about what he can bring to the Spurs.
And now, the "news."
The 4 Quarters Podcast: Jay Wright, N-G coach Carl Arrigale & recruiting | ZagsBlog
Jay Wright calls in to talk about the team's meeting with President Barack Obama, Ben Simmons in Philly, Kris Dunn in Minny, next year's Wildcats squad, and the future of the Big East. Later, Arrigale talks about Quade Green and Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree.
Podcast: Ryan Arcidiacono talks joining Spurs | Spurs Nation
Ryan Arcidiacono joined the Point Game Podcast to talk about his decision to sign with the Spurs, what he can bring to the team, who he is looking forward to meeting and more.
Kyle Lowry Named to USA Roster For Rio Olympics | Villanova.com
Guard Kyle Lowry was named on June 27 as part of the 12-man roster for the United States Men's Senior National Team that will compete in the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
Nazareth football's Julian Liaci gives verbal commitment to Villanova | lehighvalleylive.com
Liaci is not only a star receiver, but a state champion for Nazareth's track & field program.
Best NBA draft prospect on each top-25 college basketball team | ESPN
The 2016 NBA draft is just one day away, but it's not too soon to identify future prospects. The next crop of NBA All-Stars will be playing college hoops next season for the nation's top teams.
NBA draft: How college teams will replace lottery picks | SI.com
From Ben Simmons to Henry Ellenson, college teams have marquee pieces to replace.
Summer Series ’16: Foul trouble | The kenpom.com blog
This is the part of year where I have the time to laboriously explore a single topic at my own pace and you have the time to read about it. Welcome to the 2016 Summer Series. This off-season I will be digging into the issue of foul trouble.
Former Temple hoops star Hal Lear dies at 81 | ESPN
Hal "King" Lear, a Temple basketball star during the 1950s, died Saturday at his White Plains, New York home.
Is American basketball really that bad? | News & Observer
Only about half of the 60 players taken in the NBA Draft were born in the United States.