A Story of How Ben McLemore Came From Nothing

Like MarsReel on Facebook Not only is he talented but it’s hard not to respect him for how he plays the game – with such humbleness and respect. We don’t see that often in young players.

The Best Shooter In NCAA History

The best 3 point shooter in NCAA history is more than likely a name you’ve never heard before. He may not have made noise in the NCAA tournament like Stephen Curry, or attended a big university like J.J Redick at Duke, but he left his own impression on college basketball. Travis Bader of Oakland University […]

One of the Worst Cheap Shots in College Basketball

The ultimate retaliation play

Marcus Foster Should be on Everyone’s Radar in 2014-2015

The best freshman to come through K-State since Michael Beasley.

Meet The Real “Coach Carter”

A behind the scene and exclusive interview with Coach Ken Carter and The members of the Richmond Oilers.

Mercer Guard Ike Nwamu Looks to Explode onto the Scene in 2014-2015

Nwamu is still chasing his Jordan dreams.

Arizona Guard Gabe York’s Relentless Pursuit of Perfection

Before a team practice, Arizona basketball coach Sean Miller calls freshman guard Gabe York into his office. He rips into him about his effort on the defensive side of the ball. Coming out of Orange Lutheran High School in West Covina, California, York was a top-50 recruit in the nation. However,  none of his high […]

Ryan Harrow’s return home helps him find peace in his game

Exclusive Interview with Georgia State Guard Ryan Harrow

One of the most explosive guards in the NCAA

One of the most explosive guards in college hoops

Josh Gray’s Long Journey Home

Growing up in Lake Charles, La., Josh Gray always dreamed of playing basketball for LSU. In the fall, he will get to fulfill his dream. However, he never envisioned his journey unfolding the way it has. “It means a lot coming back home,” Gray said. “Playing at the D1 level in front of friends and […]