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  • 08/04/2018

    Arike Ogunbowale’s Mad March

    Two buzzer beater in two Final Four games, praise from Kobe Bryant and the national title to Notre Dame, winner of the women Ncaa tournament.

  • 10/03/2018

    Penn, the beating heart of the Buckeyes

    Scoonie Penn played 10 years in Europe before going back to Ohio State. Right man at the right time, he is watching the school he carried to the Final Four in 1999.

  • 03/03/2018

    Terrell McIntyre is back in Clemson

    Terrell McIntyre was a star both in college and in Italy. He went back to his alma mater and talked about his new role there and the secrets of a surprising Tigers team.

  • 14/02/2018

    Childress dreams of coaching in Italy

    Randolph Childress is a legend at Wake Forest and played in Italy for ten years in many different teams. We had the chance to interview him, here's what he told us.

  • 11/02/2018

    Sean May, from UNC to Italy and back

    Ncaa champion, a career cut short by injuries and zero regrets: Scott's son recounts his past and present relationship with his mentor, Coach Roy Williams.

  • 26/01/2018

    Dallas Moore, scorer extraordinaire

    In 2015 Dallas Moore carried North Florida to the Ncaa tournament one basket at time. Now he gets buckets in Italy. His story, between soccer and Nba.

  • 16/01/2018

    Vercellino: “America is a different world”

    USA is the only place for young student/athletes, that's why the Roberto Vercellino, 6-7 wingman from Turin, is in a very good situation, despite missing home.

  • 10/01/2018

    Francesco Badocchi, Virginia’s pogo stick

    The wingman from Milan is fast and athletic, and he told us about his life in the sacred temple of defense, one of the oldest and most storied American universities.

  • 06/10/2017

    Eric Vila, Spain does not believe in young players

    One season at Texas A&M, a summer split between two national teams and now Fresno State. The best class-of-98 Spanish players explains why he left Spain.

  • 04/10/2017

    Eric Mika’s second Italian journey

    He is not your average basketball rookie, he's not your average 22 year old guy. From Rome to Pesaro via BYU, this is Eric Mika's incredible story about basketball and life.

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