Five Worst NBA Draft Night Suits (Photos)

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Ah NBA Draft night, when league commissioner David Stern introduces men tall enough to set drinks on his head to a nation of college basketball and Association fans.

It’s also the night that the formal dress code gets thrown out the window. Fashion week, it is not. Get ready for more futuristic, throw backs to the past, and just plain old UGLY threads to grace the stage on Thursday night.

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Keys for the #3 Indiana Hoosiers against the #1 Michigan Wolverines

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Fans, analysts and (surely) the teams themselves have had this one circled all season.

Indiana and Michigan were projected to be the Big Ten’s two best teams before the beginning of the 2012-13 college basketball campaign, and each has held true to form — even if in inverse order to this point.

And at 9 p.m. today, the Hoosiers and Wolverines — both with 7-1 Big Ten marks — will go at it for sole possession of first place in the conference in Assembly Hall.

The No. 3 Hoosiers have won 14 of the last 15 home games against the Wolverines, who are No. 1 for the first time since the infamous “Fab Five” squad, but this unquestionably is the most talented roster Michigan has had since Chris Webber, Juwan Howard, Jalen Rose, Ray Jackson and Jimmy King were causing sparks to fly in all directions in Ann Arbor.

How does Indiana win tonight?

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Mike Brey, Former Coach K. Asst Comments on Fab 5 Controversy

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With both St. Patrick’s Day and March Madness upon us, it’s a big day for the #2 seeded in the Chicago Regional Notre Dame Fighting Irish. ND being a popular pick to reach the Final Four, and today being the day everyone wears green, a lot of people want to be “Irish.”

ND college basketball coach Mike Brey mentioned St. Patrick’s Day as he took the United Center media podium today dressed in green. The final question he was asked, prompted one of the most interesting back-and-forths of the press conference.

By Paul M. Banks

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