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The Sun’s Arizin: Villanova Basketball News for May the 4th

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It’s the beginning of another Quarantine Week. Is anyone else absorbed by The Last Dance? Did you notice MJ blowing past Wildcat Alumn, Kerry Kittles, for a dunk in episode 5?

Now, we’re here to help with some links for Villanova Fans, including NCAA’s notice of allegations being handed down to Louisville...

Villanova Basketball

The best college teams we ever saw... | ESPN
ESPN's team of college writers and reporters weighs in on the standout programs they've covered, as the weeklong "Best We Ever Saw" series commences. Villanova fans like Jeff Borzello.

Stay or Go? Advice for the 2020 NBA Draft’s Early Entrants - Stadium
Villanova’s Saddiq Bey is listed under the “No-brainer — Going, Going, Gone!” category...

Mavs’ Jalen Brunson reminisces with Dallas HS basketball recruits | Dallas News
Jalen Brunson took a break Thursday night from thinking about the future, which includes his ongoing shoulder surgery rehab and uncertainty about when and...

Slater Continues to Run His Own Race | Villanova.com
Brandon Slater keeps pressing forward in his effort to improve.

Villanova Recruiting

Germantown Academy’s Jordan Longino is Class 4A state basketball player of year | Philly.com
The 6-foot-4 Longino averaged 22.8 points and 5.8 rebounds while shooting 54% from the floor, 41.5% from three-point range, and 80.6% from the foul line. He is one of Villanova’s main recruiting targets for the Class of 2021.

College Basketball News

Coronavirus: NCAA releases plan for schools to resume sports
The plan is based on the United States' three-phase federal guidelines for easing social distancing and re-opening non-essential businesses.

Louisville receives notice of allegations stemming from FBI investigation | NBC Sports
Louisville on Monday received a notice of allegations from the NCAA that included one Level I allegation and three Level II allegations, including one against former Louisville and current Iona head coach Rick Pitino.