Link Drop: We Don’t Stop When the Basketball Does
My sincerest apologies, dear readers, for missing last week’s link drop (and the Weekend Review — but that’s another story, albeit with pretty much the same plotline). I completely forgot was unsuccessfully fighting Katniss Everdeen and ten other children to the death in front of millions of people incredibly depressed and disheartened after our early exit against NC State (That’s the excuse that’s probably most acceptable to you guys, I guess).
Anyway, y’all still remember how this works, right? I “drop” the links, you read them. Pretty simple.
A considerably less Hoya-full collection of links after the jump.
Georgetown News and Notes
Hollis Thompson has declared for the draft, and there’s no going back now (CBS Sports)
Not Likely to be Drafted; Europe Probably Awaits (Draft Express)
For Those with an Insider Subscription: Otto on the Fence? (ESPN)
Clock Ticking on Nerlens Noel’s Decision (Casual Hoya)
2012’s version isn’t the Pitino you used to know. Great stuff as always from Rick Reilly (ESPN) [ed. note: Agree to disagree]
Two Teams Raise Rivalry to New Level (New York Times)
Fans Apparently Agree (CBS Kentucky)
I really want Gorgui Gieng to be my best friend now (ESPN)
Kansas-Ohio State Features
Big East-Specific Talk
UConn forward Alex Oriakhi to transfer for his senior season; UNC interested (Sporting News)
‘Cuse Guard Waiters Gone to the NBA (Zags Blog)
Maalik Wayns, too, though — especially as a ‘Nova fan — I have no idea why (Philly Sports)
Kevin Jones and Jae Crowder Named Second Team All-Americans (Big East Coast Bias)
General CBB News
And for what it’s worth, Nerlens Noel gets all three stars of the weekend. And if he comes here, I promise I’ll give him every star in the Weekend Review ever [ed. note: This has my blessing].
Photo Credit: USA Today.