Former South Carolina head coach and current ESPNU analyst, Darrin Horn, joins Mac and Jim to discsus the controversial end to the DUKE/Syracuse game and the Final Four candidates from the ACC and NC State’s […]
ESPN’s Jay Bilas, who called last night’s UNC/Duke game joined Mac and Jim to recap the game, UNC’s 1-3-1 zone, life in the ACC, what impresses him most about the Tar Heels and UNC’s foul shots.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Marshall’s Kareem Canty scored 21 points and Chris Thomas recorded 18 in fending off Charlotte 59-56 on Saturday night.
A back-up to Malcolm Armstead on last year’s Final Four team, VanVleet has helped lead Wichita to a 25-0 record and No. 4 ranking.
2005 Final Four MOP, Sean May, joined Mac and Jim for over an hour to talk about the blueblood rivalry, his time as a Bobcat, watching this year’s Tar Heel team, his time in Europe, the UNC academic situation and so much more. Insightful, reflective and honest, May even offers up the time he had to laugh at the Cameron Crazies.
Duke assistant basketball coach, Jeff Capel, joined the Mac Attack to talk about the Blue Devils season and the upcoming matchup against the Tar Heels.
Newly-named ACC legend discusses the Heels leaning on their defense, growing on offense, the emergence of James Michael McAddoo and looks ahead to the Duke match-up.
Big Ten basketball analyst and author of a new book, “the Flyin Illini”, Stephen Bardo joined the Mac Attack to discuss the current landscape of college hoops, Jabari Parker’s inexperience, the question that stunned MJ, his new book, and the recent rule changes.
Davidson’s head hoops coach, Bob McKillop joined Mac and Jim to discuss having Davidson’s home court named in his honor, Steph Curry’s impact on the program even today, what has surprised him most about Steph’s NBA success and the job that almost took him from Davidson.
According to Hoop-Math, 157 of his 163 shots this season have been from beyond the arc (96 percent), the highest percentage in the country among players with at least 100 field goal attempts.