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NHR Top 100: #36 Jared Cunningham, SG, Oregon State

31 Oct

PHOTO: Getty Images

By Justin Young
National Hoops Report

Number 36 – Jared Cunningham, SG, Jr., Oregon State

The National Hoops Report is a big fan of the flying Beaver from NorCal, aka Flight Time.

He was a national favorite last year with his amazing put back dunk against Arizona (the best #dunkage of the season if you ask the NHR) and he’s also known for being a defensive dynamo. In fact, he’s one of the top five defenders in America. That’s a fact. Continue reading

A surprise addition to the top 15 programs in college basketball history list

10 Aug

By Justin Young
National Hoops Report

When you think of the greatest college basketball programs in the country, the familiar faces show up.

North Carolina, Kansas, UCLA, Duke, Connecticut, Georgetown and… Continue reading

Emptying the notepad from the UA College View Showcase

18 Jul

Class of 2014 guard Kamreon Chatman picked up an important offer last week.

SALEM, OR – I spent an evening at the Oregon Under Armour College View Showcase last week to sneak a peek at some prospects from the Pacific Northwest. There were a handful of players that jumped out. Continue reading

Champions crowned at NY2LA Sports Summer Jam

15 Jul

By Danny Hazan
National Hoops Report

The SYF Players avenged a pool play loss to Dream Vision Friday night in the NY2LA Sports Summer Jam 17-and-under Platinum championship with a  72-67 victory behind a balanced attack. Continue reading

Oregon State hooper Roberto Nelson had an international incident

6 Jul

When in Macedonia, do as the Macedonians, right? Apparently you break backboards and get stitches. Roberto Nelson, a potential star-in-waiting at Oregon State, did just that while on a “Beavers without Borders” trip to Macedonia.

Flight time

5 May

By Justin Young
National Hoops Report

Oregon State basketball lost a player and gained a player all in the course of a night this week.

Jared Cunningham won’t be returning to the Beavers next year. The team’s leading scorer is gone. Replacing him is an alter-ego. Continue reading