It's hard to believe that Curtis Borchardt has been in the NBA for three years now. Certainly time flies, but the former Stanford center has been scarcely visible in the Association with his string of injuries. This year was a relative breakthrough for the seven-footer's health, though Borchardt has a lot of catching up to do.
June 9, 2005
She's back on the court, though she never left your hearts. <A HREF=[PlayerNode:1568798]>Susan Borchardt</A> is both a talent and an emotional engine that can push this Stanford Basketball team to heigher heights. But behind the basketball, how much do you know about this super senior? You know about the wedding, but Eight Electrifying Questions brings you more as we put Susan on the spot.
January 10, 2005
Troy Clardy brings you a weekly grab-bag of goodies on your Stanford Cardinal and the hooligans we call "rivals" around the conference. It's typically a pretty football focused column. But for the self-professed "King of All Cardinal Media," Troy cannot help himself if he ventures now and then into other domains. This week he dives headfirst into the world of television, and where it might intersect with Stanford sports...
November 5, 2003
The early entry rule allowing non-college seniors to enter the NBA Draft has changed not only the NBA game, but has a big effect on college Basketball as well. Imagine the draft if Jason Richardson, Jonathan Bender, Gilbert Arenas, Jamal Crawford, DerMarr Johnson, Joe Johnson, Donnell Harvey, Kenny Satterfield, Jason Collins, Steven Hunter, Leon Smith, Kedrick Brown and Samuel Dalembert were available.
March 7, 2003