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Making The Rounds: Jimmer Fredette An NBA Star? TCU Trying To Return To College World Series

NBA executive: Jimmer Fredette 'could be a star' -
NBA executive: Jimmer Fredette 'could be a star' 

NBA draft: New York Knicks must pass on BYU's Jimmer Fredette - ESPN New York
If Jimmer Fredette makes it to No. 17, the Knicks have to resist the temptation.

2011 NBA Draft: Raptors Interested In Kawhi Leonard With 5th Pick? - Mid-Major Madness
Toronto needs a defensive presence on the wing - enter Kawhi Leonard.

Today's Twitter Argument: Paying Players - Football Study Hall
A debate about paying college athletes. A must read.

Soon-to-be UNLV QB Joe Portaro playing all-star game with heavy heart after brother's shooting - Las Vegas Sun
Joe Portaro should spending all his energy preparing for fall camp with the UNLV football team. The freshman walk-on quarterback from Faith Lutheran High in Las Vegas should be becoming more familiar the Rebels’ playbook, getting stronger in the gym and spending extra time on the field working on his throws.

 New SDSU president addresses sports issues -
As the new chief executive at San Diego State, Elliot Hirshman will have the power to shape the future of SDSU athletics, including its funding and conference membership. The incoming president shares his thoughts.

Matt Purke, TCU eye repeat visit to CWS - Dallas Colleges Blog - ESPN Dallas
FORT WORTH -- The second time around at TCU hasn't been as perfect for Matt Purke, but he is looking to make a repeat trip to the College World Series.

TCU's Purke back for 2nd NCAA and another draft -
The second time around at TCU hasn't been as perfect for Matt Purke, the left-hander who has already been a first-round draft pick once -- and could be again next week. After going 16-0 as a freshman and helping lead the Horned Frogs to their first College World Series last year, Purke (5-1, 1.51 ERA in 10 starts) missed a month this season with shoulder soreness. 

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