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Villanova Basketball prepares for Big 5

December kicks off with a week of Big 5 games.


Happy Friday Nova Nation! I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving, and that you’re off finding great deals today. I’ll keep it short and sweet today since there aren’t many links and there’s no game until Sunday. Be sure to check back later for our La Salle preview, and have a great weekend.

In other “news”, Villanova takes on La Salle in the Big East Volleyball Tournament Semifinals, Omari Spellman is thriving with the Warriors, and two Villanova freshman could be headed to the NBA next year. Enjoy!

Villanova Men’s Basketball

2020 NBA Draft Big Board: LaMelo Ball Isn't the Only Guard Vying for Top Spot | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights
The top 2020 NBA draft prospects have kept the scouting discussion buzzing as they follow up last year's class, which was led by Zion Williamson, Ja Morant and RJ Barrett...

NBA Wildcats

Omari Spellman thankful Warriors are helping save his NBA career | Yahoo! Sports
The Warriors are helping Omari Spellman conquer his demons, and he's saving his NBA career in the process.

Villanova Athletics

Villanova Opens BIG EAST Tournament Against Marquette | Villanova University Athletics
Milwaukee, Wisc. – Third-seeded Villanova volleyball opens up postseason play with a matchup against second-seeded Marquette in Milwaukee tomorrow at 3:30ET/2:30CT

College Basketball

10 college basketball things we're thankful for | 247 Sports
Thanksgiving is here, a key timeframe in the college basketball season, largely because of the number of holiday tournaments that pit some of the nation's top teams together.

2019 Battle for Atlantis bracket, schedule, teams, picks: Michigan stuns UNC, will meet Gonzaga in final |
The Wolverines will battle the Bulldogs in the championship game of the Battle 4 Atlantis

The Court Report: The triumphs, tragedies and untold stories behind SFA's amazing upset of top-ranked Duke |
Beating the Blue Devils was incredible on its own, but there's so much more to Stephen F. Austin's story