…You end up with an ESPNU Bracketbuster game featuring a team with 3 wins. That would be Toledo, who rode into Cleveland for a match-up against the CSU Vikings with 24 losses to go along with those 3 wins. Luckily, there were games like ODU-Northern Iowa that mattered.
After hanging close for a half, foul trouble, domination on the glass, and the inability to connect from three point land earned the Vikings their fifth conference loss by way of a 70-59 thumping by the now 16-0 Butler Bulldogs.
Cavaliers Danny Green and Cedric Jackson sat courtside as CSU (10-12, 6-4) got a much needed win at home against Horizon League bottom feeder Youngstown State 77-69 on Saturday.
Contrary to what looks sometimes to be part of the uniform in today’s NBA, you don’t need tatts to get in. And if you don’t have them, it might help you more than you’d think.
Cedric Jackson’s teammates came out with a little extra juice last night after hearing their old teammate was now new teammates with LeBron James.
There were no George Masons last season, but there were some memorable NCAA tournament upsets that belonged to Cleveland State, Siena, Dayton, and Western Kentucky. This post is a 2010 update on those upset-minded teams from a year ago.
In Norris Cole, D’Aundray Brown, Jeremy Montgomery, and Trevon Harmon, Cleveland State Coach Gary Waters returns four guards who saw considerable minutes on last year’s tournament team. Waters’ started all four guards in a 70-63 W over UIC.
[Editor’s note: I’m really excited to welcome Brendan Bowers of Stepien Rules back into the fold as a consistent MSF contributor. Brendan will be covering Cleveland State Viking basketball for the remainder of the season from his official seat in press row, representing MSF. Welcome back Brendan.] With 3:47 left in the second half, and […]
In his latest report for Midwest Sports Fans, Brendan Bowers from Stepien Rules discusses what LeBron did say – and more importantly, what he did not say – regarding his present and future during the recent More Than a Game Weekend in Akron.
LeBron James has taken a lot of criticism for his alleged response to Jordan Crawford dunking on him, which has been called “Dunketapegate.” But is it all just part of a master marketing plan by Nike and The King?
Apparently, the trade deadline talks involving Shaquille O’Neal to the Cavaliers from earlier this season never actually died, and are currently gaining new momentum. As the Shaq to Cavs rumors persist, just how much should we believe them?
Denver Nuggets GM Mark Warkentien is the winner of this year’s NBA Executive of the Year Award. Warkentien had a solid year to be sure, but he was not as deserving of this honor as Cavaliers General Manager Danny Ferry.
The guy the Pistons got for Mr. Bigshot, Allen Iverson, isn’t exactly helping things in Detroit this year. A.I. had some choice things to say in response to the Tuesday night loss to the Cavaliers.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have the best camaraderie of any team in the NBA, and the primary reason is the leadership of LeBron James. LeBron’s leadership ability is what should tip the MVP scales in his favor over Kobe Bryant.
Cleveland State is solid basketball team, and their win last night against Wake Forest was a wire-to-wire domination led by Cedric Jackson, Norris Cole, and head coach Gary Waters.