Tulsa basketball has been alive and dribbling for 100 years now. Back in 1921, when it went by the name Kendall College, it won the AAU national title.
The more I watch Chace Stanback play basketball, the more I wonder what Ben Howland was thinking.
Playtime is over for now. UNLV has won its first two basketball games to open what should be a highly successful season, and yet we have learned just a couple of things about the Rebels, neither of which will mean anything when Wisconsin visits Saturday.
You knew what kind of UNLV basketball opener it was going to be when the biggest question had nothing to do with the Rebels’ opponent, but rather whether a kid who has never played a minute of college ball would see action.
Quintrell Thomas had logged several minutes of basketball Tuesday evening when he raised his hand toward the UNLV bench. He was gassed and needed a break.
Maybe this is it. Or almost it. Maybe in the world of UNLV basketball, there is some truth to that quote about timing.
That with patience, the unreachable becomes reachable, the unavailable becomes available, the unattainable becomes, yeah, you guessed it, attainable.
You can’t minimize the charges. Felony domestic battery by strangulation. Felony grand larceny. Misdemeanor coercion.