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The Hartford CourantA day after the Boston Marathon bombings, Shabazz Napier was looking into a WTNH camera and talking eloquently, soulfully about the pain of his hometown. It was then that Napier paused for a moment and said, "I always tell my close friends that the one...
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STORRS — As UConn was celebrating Tuesday the start of construction of its future basketball training facility, the men's basketball team was still waiting for its current roster to set and dry. Shabazz Napier, the team's leading scorer, said...
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The Hartford CourantShabazz Napier, Ryan Boatright and DeAndre Daniels all announced Friday they are returning to play for UConn for next season. So the expectations can begin building … and building. "Next year is going to be a great year because we're all hungry,"...
The Hartford CourantIn the summer of 2011, Rodney Purvis sat in the men's basketball coaches' office at UConn and left a strong impression … and vice versa. "Just his personality," said Kevin Ollie, who was then an assistant coach, "his family. We knew he was a...
The Hartford Courant— Jim Calhoun joked that his Bostonian pronunciation might have annoyed Noah Webster, that Mark Twain might not have approved of his syntax and that Harriet Beecher Stowe might have disapproved of his language. But nevertheless, Calhoun and Geno...
The Hartford CourantUConn head basketball coach Kevin Ollie is shuffling his staff, promoting Ricky Moore to full-time assistant. George Blaney, 73, will remain with the Huskies as a special assistant/adviser to Ollie. "I have a lot of faith in Ricky as a recruiter," Ollie...
The Hartford CourantCROMWELL — Warde Manuel remains optimistic about the future of UConn athletics. He is, in fact, defiantly optimistic. "We are going to continue to be great," the UConn athletic director told the audience at the Middlesex County Chamber of...
The Hartford CourantAs everyone at Gampel Pavilion watched a video tribute to a team that, on paper, had little to play for and instead gave and gave each game as if it had everything in the world to play for, Shabazz Napier began to feel the shiver of emotions. As...
The Hartford CourantOn Wednesday, the Huskies will "continue writing the story," in their coach's words. They will face one more big moment, in a season in which the UConn men's basketball team will be denied the biggest moments. The Huskies will face Georgetown at...
NEW YORK — It was about the basketball. Of course, it was about the basketball, but it always was about the stage, too. No stage was bigger or better for three decades than during the March weekend when the best the college game could offer...
The Hartford CourantNobody could be more defensive at the 2013 Final Four than Mark Emmert, but Syracuse and Louisville are going to give it a try. The way the beleaguered NCAA president went after Dennis Dodd of CBSsports.com and a few others during his annual news...
The Hartford CourantMike Rice had to be fired. He repeatedly demeaned young men. He abused his position of authority. He not only violated the ideals of coaching, he ran roughshod through the boundaries of common human decency. Yet here's the thing. If ESPN "Outside the...
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