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St. Bonaventure’s Conger invited to work out in front of all NBA teams

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Summer 2013 is a quiet season for graduating Big 4 basketball players, especially considering last summer’s fanfare that accompanied St. Bonaventure’s Andrew Nicholson—who was selected No. 19 to the Orlando Magic in the 2012 NBA Draft.

A…

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Tsuj’s Ten: Big 4 Basketball Christmas edition

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The next week is the final respite for college basketball teams, as conference play begins for the vast majority in the first seven days of January. While many athletes will guiltily nibble Christmas cookies, down one too many glasses of eggnog and ponder which of…

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Canisius takes down St. Bonaventure - PHOTOS

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{video_photo_caption}Two schools showed amazing spirit at the Koessler Athletic Center on Saturday.

Harold Washington and Isaac Sosa lead the way as the Canisius Golden Griffins defeated their rivals the St. Bonaventure Bonnies 72-69 in front of a packed house. Saturday's contest was close from the beginning to the very last seconds making for a loud and excited crowd…

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Nicholson’s dream comes true, Watt still waits

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When the Orlando Magic selected Andrew Nicholson 19th overall in last night’s NBA Draft, Bona nation was overjoyed.

Watch the usually-stoic Nicholson erupt in celebration after David Stern called his name (Credit YouTube user shannshep):

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Making the leap: Nicholson, Watt to learn pro destinations tonight

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By our count, a college basketball player from Western New York’s Big 4—University at Buffalo, Canisius, St. Bonaventure and Niagara—hasn’t been selected in the NBA Draft since it was trimmed to only two rounds in 1989.

Tonight though,…

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Five reasons why the NCAA Tournament is batty

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I’ll never forget Harold “The Show” Arceneaux. When some school named “Weber State” stunned #3 seed…