Tucker to Toronto, Gibson to Cleveland

Both P.J. Tucker and Daniel Gibson fell to the second round of the NBA draft and are now both headed north. In Tucker's case, headed way north. The Toronto Raptors selected the former Texas forward while his former teammate Daniel Gibson was taken by the Cleveland Cavaliers.
June 28, 2006

NBA Mock Draft

Once each year, college basketball fans and NBA fans come together. The NBA Draft tonight at Madison Square Garden will be a bizarre one without high school players, given David Stern's new age-limit rule. So it's all college kids and foreigners on tap tonight. The Court Jester, who should be running half of these clubs, matches the needs, availability and foolery to predict tonight's first round.
June 28, 2006

A Big Thumbs Down On NCAA Tourney Expansion

Some coaches have come out in support of expanding the NCAA Tournament field from its current 65. But does it need to be diluted? And, if that is the case, why not just let everyone in and they can all celebrate on "Selection Sunday"?
May 19, 2006

Audio: P.J. Tucker's press conference

On Monday, P.J. Tucker held a press conference to announce he's putting his name up for NBA Draft. Listen to audio from his announcement.
April 25, 2006

Tucker, Gibson Enter Names Into NBA Draft

At a press conference on Monday afternoon, junior forward P.J. Tucker announced he'll enter his name into the NBA Draft. However, Tucker also announced that he has not hired an agent, leaving open the possibility of a return to the Longhorns. On Monday night, Daniel Gibson told KRIV-TV in Houston he will also enter his name without an agent.
April 24, 2006

Tucker 'Big 12 Player Of Year'

Texas junior P.J. Tucker is the 2005-06 Big 12 Player of the Year while teammate LaMarcus Aldridge was tabbed the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year, the league office announced Monday.
March 6, 2006

Big 12, Pac 10 Have Share Of Disappointments

Texas, Oklahoma, Arizona and Stanford were consensus choices as preseason Top 15 teams. But each has struggled to approach its lofty preseason expectation level. Will 2006 see them eventually prove to be as good as had been anticipated? Stay tuned.
December 23, 2005