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  1. Vlad Brodziansky finished 2nd in scoring and rebounding for Obradoiro of the Spanish 1st division. Obradoiro, however, was only 11-23 and finished tied for 15th out of 18 teams and 1 game from being relegated.
  2. Alex Robinson saw limited action during the Summer Leagues. At the California Classic, he played 19 minutes in 2 of 3 games, with a stat line of 2 points/5 rebounds/5 assists. In Vegas he played in 3 of 5 games, a total of 36 minutes and a line of 9 points/6 rebounds/4 assists. 4 of the Kings Summer League players are on their main roster of 20, which will need to be cut to 15 for the season.
  3. A comprehensive list of tournaments can be found here. Two on campus games associated with this tournament can be expected, with opponents TBD: https://www.bloggingthebracket.com/2018/10/24/18020280/2019-20-college-basketball-early-season-tournaments-events-mte-neutral-site-showcases-thanksgiving Heavyweight (Host) Semifinals (Sun., Nov. 24) Colorado Buffaloes (Pac-12) vs. Wyoming Cowboys (MW), 8 p.m. (ESPN3)TCU Horned Frogs (Big 12) vs. Clemson Tigers (ACC), approx. 10:30 p.m. (ESPN2) Heavyweight Finals (Tue., Nov. 26) Consolation: 9 p.m.Championship: approx. 11:30 p.m. (ESPN2) Middleweight Bracket (Visiting) Teams (4?): UC Irvine Anteaters (Big West) (The D1 Docket via Twitter), 3 TBA? Undercard (On-Campus) Games TBA UC Irvine at Colorado (The D1 Docket via Twitter) UC Irvine at Wyoming
  4. US Women win their 4th World Cup, 2-0. Obviously.
  5. Kouat Noi heading home. Signs with Cairns of the Australian NBL. Terms not announced, but league minimum is 56k AUS plus health and education benefits. He is still eligible for the 2020 draft. He is obviously looking in that direction.
  6. Obviously, mocking the national drink is crossing the line. Fortunately, the Russians and Mexicans are not in the tournament.
  7. By CARLOS MENDEZPressBoxDFW.comTCU guard Desmond Bane came close to turning pro this spring. Had coach Jamie Dixon left for another job, it would have happened.“For sure. I would have stayed in,” said Bane, who submitted his name for the NBA draft but instead will watch the event this week as only an interested observer, a college player preparing for his senior season at TCU, not a stressed bundle of nerves sweating out every pick.“I probably wouldn’t have wanted to play for somebody else, unless Coach (Ryan) Miller would have gotten the job. If not, I would have stayed in the draft,” Bane said in an interview with PressboxDFW.com. “I would have probably taken a two-way contract and just tried to grind my way into the league.”
  8. Reagan Pebley in the analyst chair for the WNBA game on CBSSN.
  9. Courts have already ruled that NCAA athletes are not employees several times.
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