TUCSON – A March Madness Distraction

Apologies for the disappearing act folks, as I’ve been on assignment covering the N.C.A.A. Tournament and let the site go ignored in the process.

It’ll be a worthy price to pay come June, though, when the NBA Draft arrives and this early homework done watching prospects will come in handy. I covered the Tucson Regional for The New York Times, meaning I got a good look at projected first-round prospect Kawhi Leonard of San Diego State.

I’ll have more on him later in the week in another piece for The Times, but wanted to share the last week’s worth of work if only to get us past the previous post dated ‘March 15.’ There will be more to come, too, as I’m headed for Anaheim on Wednesday for the Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight.

March 17 – Temple Ends Dunphy’s Drought

March 18 – Fisher Discusses ‘Fab Five’ Film

March 19 – Relief at Kansas State as a Fever Recedes

March 19 – At Kansas State, Coach Frank Martin’s Teachable Moments

March 19 – Temple Pushes San Diego State, but Aztecs Hold on in 2OT

March 19 – Wisconsin’s Block Leaves Kansas State Hanging Its Heads

March 20 – For Kansas State’s Martin, Emotion Is Never Far Away

Because this was more a link-fest than an enlightening post, I felt obligated to provide some form of entertainment before signing off. And this certainly qualifies: behold the viral video of a University of Arizona student who nearly plowed over a media member with his SUV. The vehicle was being used throughout the weekend to help run reporters around the campus, not over them.

At least that was the idea.


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