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Texas Tech Basketball Gets Several Bits of Good News
We'll start off the news with the broadest news that involves the entire college basketball world.
The NCAA announced earlier this week that the NCAA basketball season would start on November 25th. The report was confirmed by college basketball reporting guru Jon Rothstein, who will make several…
The Culver Brothers Remind You to Mask Up
Jarrett Culver's NBA season with the Timberwolves ended before the bubble resumed but before coronavirus ended the season he was having a productive season for a rookie.
According to a press release from the City of Lubbock, Culver returned to Lubbock to remind the city to "Mask Up&…
Meet the Texas Tech Basketball Team for 2020-21
The Red Raider basketball team has been the subject of much speculation over the offseason with what seemed like a revolving door of transfers, recruits, NBA draft announcements, overseas travel, and more. Immediately when the season was cut short at the Big 12 tournament the rumors began to swirl a…
Former Red Raider Jahmi'us Ramsey Signs With Roc Nation
Jahmi'us Ramsey was only at Texas Tech a single season and that one season ended with a fizzle, but none the less we all saw the potential that Ramsey has on many Big 12 nights. For his efforts, Ramsey was named Big 12 Freshman of the Year and Second Team All-Conference...
Andre Emmett Will Have a New Basketball Court in His Honor
According to the Dallas Morning News, a new basketball court is being dedicated on Friday at the Oak Cliff YMCA. Emmett, who was killed in Dallas last year, is from the area and was a big part of the community.
The court was donated by Toyota through the Nancy Liberman Foundation in partnership with …
Zach Smith Can Still Throw Down Dominant Dunks
The Basketball Tournament started this week and even though there isn't a team bearing the Red Raider name that doesn't mean a couple of Red Raiders aren't floating throughout the Tournament on random rosters.
Namely former Red Raider Zach Smith who is playing on Marshall's Alumni…

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