Brandon Bass Puts Name into NBA Draft...again

Brandon Bass, a 6-7 sophomore forward from LSU, has put his name into the NBA Draft for the second straight year and thus will not return to college. Bass was the 2004 Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Year and was named the SEC Player of the Year honors this season as he averaged 17.3 points and 9.1 rebounds a game and shot a league-best 56.7% from the field.
May 14, 2005

Scouting report: Is it LSU-or-die for Vandy?

The dream of an NCAA Tournament bid is still alive for <b>Vanderbilt</B> (18-11, 8-7 SEC), but the Commodores may still need three more wins. In its regular-season finale Saturday, Vandy faces "Big Baby" Davis and an <B>LSU</b> team (18-8, 11-4) fighting for a share of the SEC West title. Can Vandy find some magic in the Deaf Dome? VeeMan provides this scouting report. <P><i> Tipoff: 3 pm CT<BR> TV: Jefferson-Pilot, ESPN FullCourt<BR> Radio: 104.5 The Zone
March 5, 2005

Georgia at LSU in roundball: Photos 2

ATHENS - Georgia basketball gets after it on Signing Day.
February 2, 2005

Brandon Bass pulls out of NBA Draft

Brandon Bass, a 6-7 freshman forward from LSU, has decided to pull his name out of the NBA Draft and will return to college.
June 17, 2004

Tigers set for Gamecocks in SEC Tourney

The LSU Tigers now know the team they will play in the Southeastern Conference Tournament quarterfinals and it will be the South Carolina Gamecocks, 91-81 winners over the Arkansas Razorbacks in a first round game Thursday.
March 12, 2004

Top 25 Hoop Classes

There's no doubt that the NBA was able to put together the best recruiting class in the nation this year as David Stern's boys pillaged the high school ranks for five of our best players. However, when the smoke cleared in the college ranks, it was Florida State standing out as the big winner.
June 26, 2003