Happy Monday Nova Nation! Yours truly is still recovering from an amazing weekend in DC. Only thing that could have made it better was if the ‘Cats would have been there too, but can’t complain about getting to see some awesome basketball. Anyway, short and sweet this morning but we’ll be back to full strength tomorrow.
In other “news”, Joe Cremo talks about this season and the future, Eric Dixon earns player of the year, and Billy Donovan says Jalen Brunson has “it”. Enjoy!
AUDIO: Scotia Native Joe Cremo Joins Closing Time With Brian Mariano | ESPN Radio
Cremo discussed his decision to leave and if he has any regrets, and looks into the future on what could be next!
Basketball brigadoon: Recalling Audubon’s magical courts of the 1960s | The Inquirer
Legendary figures such as Billy Melchionni, Gary Williams, Stan Pawlak, Joe Cromer and others look back at the special time and place marked by pick-up competition on long-demolished outdoor courts.
Class of 2019
Player of the Year: Abington's Eric Dixon | The Intelligencer
2019 All-Intell Boys Basketball Team
McDonalds: Q&A with Villanova signee Jeremiah Robinson-Earl | 247 Sports ($)
ATLANTA -- Villanova signee Jeremiah Robinson-Earl talked to 247Sports at McDonald's about his development and the Wildcats.
Evans Seven: Predictions for McD All-Americans | BasketballRecruiting.Rivals.com
Jeremiah Robinson-Earl and Bryan Antoine will deliver Jay Wright his third national title
Scottie Lewis helped his NBA stock at McDonald’s All-American Game | USA Today HSS
Scottie Lewis impressed during McDonald's All-American Game weekend, with scouts saying his future looks bright on offense and defense.
Dallas Mavericks: OKC's Billy Donovan, who coached Jalen Brunson on Team USA, says Mavs rookie guard has 'it' factor | SportsDay
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma City coach Billy Donovan made his glowing remarks about Mavericks rookie Jalen Brunson before Sunday's game. But if...
NBA Daily: The Influences of College Coaches in the Pros | Basketball Insiders
With March Madness in full swing, Drew Maresca speaks with current NBA players about their relationships with their college coaches and how they've been
2019 NBA Mock Draft Version 1.0 | Basketball Society
Basketball Society has come out with their first NBA Mock Draft for 2019 and have every pick displayed with a short description for each.
Villanova Basketball Recruiting
Boys Basketball Player of the Year: Donovan Johnson was Moon's missing piece | The Times
Three days after helping Moon win a state championship, Donovan Johnson got a phone call from Arizona coach Sean Miller."Puff, I'm offering you a scholarship to Arizona," Miller told the 6-foot-7 junior forward.When Johnson got off the phone with Miller, the first thing he did was give his mother a big hug."I was thrilled," said Johnson, whose mom first called him "Puff" when he was a young boy growing up in Moon Township. "I was just so happy."
March Madness and College Basketball
Fred Hoiberg's 7-year contract with Nebraska among biggest in all of college basketball | Omaha.com
New Nebraska men's basketball coach Fred Hoiberg’s contract is for 7 years and $25 million. It is biggest contract in Husker basketball history.
Edwards' 28 3s in 4 games a tournament record | ESPN
Carsen Edwards was not able to carry Purdue into the Final Four on Saturday night, but he did etch his name into the record books.
Why Duke's loss to Michigan State will haunt Mike Krzyzewski | Yahoo! Sports
In the dwindling years of the one-and-done era, it's hard to imagine anybody compiling the kind of talent Duke had this season — and that has to sting Mike Krzyzewski.
Chris Beard turned Texas Tech into the defensive juggernaut that is crashing college basketball's biggest party | SportsDay
Normally, Chris Beard can recite all his team's defensive stats on command after a Texas Tech win. The Tech coach had to make an...