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Old Faces In New Places: Former Villanovans Continue Their Basketball Careers

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The holiday weekend is over and we've got some stories to ease you back into the work week.

Welcome back!  We hope everyone had a great holiday weekend.  Chris decided to keep the party going, so I'm stepping in for him today.

The big basketball news over the weekend was Kevin Durrant's move to Golden State.  Imagine that, players may WANT to play in a system that values team first play because it gives them the best chance at a championship.  What a great idea!  But closer to home, there are some other former Villanova players that are moving on to the next chapter of their basketball careers.  To the "news"!

Alvin Williams working with Sixers staff | Philly.com
Former Villanova and NBA point guard Alvin Williams is assisting in the Sixers’ player development during the Utah and NBA summer leagues. - Keith Pompey

Dylan Ennis gets NCAA petition approved, will suit up for Ducks in 2016-17 | Addicted To Quack
The Oregon men’s basketball team already looked to have a talented squad next year, even if Dylan Ennis wasn’t coming back. Now, Oregon’s odds for the 2016-17 season look even better after Ennis...

Kevin Durant will leave the Thunder to join the 73-win Warriors | SBNation.com
Durant will leave Oklahoma City and choose to form a super team with Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and the Golden State Warriors.

What’s the Point? | 3 Shades Of Blue
Unless you just returned from a “Cast Away”-style exile from a deserted island without your trusty volleyball (and if you did, thanks for making us one of your first stops), you probably already know that Kevin Durant, the former MVP and Oklahoma City Thunder superstar, is now headed to the Golden State Warriors to form the most unstoppable basketball team since the Monstars laced them up two decades ago.

Sixers to sign Spanish point guard | Philly.com
So far the 76ers' free-agent acquisitions haven't caused the big splash that some followers are hoping for. Could they try to bring Kyle Lowry back to Philly next season?

Where do college basketball's top recruits come from? | Team Speed Kills
Spoiler alert: It's different from the geography of elite college football recruits.

What Coastal Carolina's NCAA Baseball National Championship Means for Sun Belt Football - Underdog Dynasty
The Sun Belt just added a legitimate national champion. Who's next? Alabama? Villanova? Hell, let's haul in Frozen Four champion North Dakota while we're at it.

SEPTA urges rail riders to look into work-week alternatives | Philly.com
With structural failures found in one-third of its train fleet, SEPTA officials announced Monday they would post scaled-back schedules by day's end and urged regional-rail riders to consider other ways of getting around. Repairs could take the rest of the summer, but riders who account for 150,000 trips on Regional Rail each day likely likely face crowded trains and big delays. Depending on the line, said Aaron Hoskins, SEPTA's assistant general manager, capacity could drop by as much as 50 percent.

Villanova University Offers Course On Conspiracy Theories | CBS Philly
Villanova University is offering students a class in something far from 'English 101.'