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Tuesday News:

Spencer Weisz (seen above with David Blatt and Howie Levy) and the United States' 17-18 youth boys basketball team took the gold at the 2013 Maccabiah Games with a 78-62 win over Israel.

Will Barrett may have one of the "10 Prettiest Jump Shots in College Basketball for 2013-14 Season," but there's just one issue with his inclusion...

Sticking with lists, Mitch Henderson is 10th among the "Best Coaches Never to Make the NCAA Tournament."

Here are updated statistics for Jimmy Sherburne at the Milwaukee Pro-Am.

Hans Brase talks about his experience playing for the German U-20 team.

It doesn't get much better than an animated .gif of Will Venable diving synched with Marvin Gaye.

The schedule, so far.

We're at the point in the year where the upcoming Princeton basketball schedule could be announced tomorrow just as easily as it could be unveiled six weeks from now.

Who are the Tigers playing and where are they playing'm? What is already known, what is likely and what is still to be revealed?

For that you'll have to head beyond the jump. Last season's RPI/KenPom/Sagarin rankings for each foe can be found after their school's name.

If you have missing information, feel free to provide!

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Friday News:

As you can see from the final scores of games versus South Africa, Turkey, Canada and Brazil, Spencer Weisz and the United States 17-18 youth boys basketball team haven't faced much opposition at the 2013 Maccabiah Games. They'll go for the gold on Sunday versus Israel.

Will Princeton be the 114th-best team in Division I this season? One early preview thinks so.

The school's "38 Days, 38 Sports" turns the spotlight on men's basketball.

It was nearly another double-double for Edo Lawrence in JSBL action.

Will Venable has had a hot stretch, wherein he hit his 12th home run of the season (video) and made yet another tremendous diving catch to keep San Diego in front of Milwaukee. In his last 10 games Venable is .324 at the plate, raising his season average to .236.

The Ivy League Digital Network has unveiled their pricing plans.

This season Oregon State will visit both Maryland and DePaul.

Brown is the first Ivy League program to officially announce their 2013-14 schedule.

George Mason at Jadwin?

According to GMU Hoops, Princeton will host George Mason this season. A date for the game is unknown but that's a quality home contest in a schedule wherein only a pair of non-conference home tilts have so far been uncovered.

Tigers to play Liberty for first time.

I know a small number of as-yet-unannounced games on Princeton's upcoming schedule but one of them wasn't a visit to Liberty on January 4, 2014. Probably time to assemble a master list of the eight non-conference contests uncovered to-date.

Monday News:

T.J. Bray appears on the first team of an admittedly "way too early" preseason All-Ivy League.

In JSBL action, Edo Lawrence had a substantial double-double.

Not to be outdone, Jimmy Sherburne converted more than half of his 29 field goal attempts during a recent Milwaukee Pro-Am contest.

Hans Brase and Germany took 11th place at the U-20 European Championship.

A look back at Chester High School basketball includes the recollection of a time when the school defeated Reading High, then coached by Pete Carril.

You can meet Will Venable when the San Diego Padres visit the Los Angeles Dodgers on August 31st.

Princeton to play at Penn State this season.

The last time Princeton visited State College it was a game to forget. Hopefully the Tigers will fare better on December 14th of this year versus the Nittany Lions.

Thursday News:

Edo Lawrence and Ben Hazel are teammates in the JSBL. You can see box scores for a pair of their recent contests here (page two) and here (page three).

Jimmy Sherburne is playing in the Milwaukee Pro-Am again this summer.

It appears you can catch Will Barrett and "Gabe Lewellis" as teammates at the DelCo Pro-Am.

While Ian Hummer made the Lakers' Summer League roster, he has yet to get off the bench (a trio of "DNP-Coach's Decision" lines). Perhaps that will change in today's game against Milwaukee.

I have not been following Hans Brase closely as he represents Germany at the U-20 European Championship. Brase's squad plays France tomorrow and will finish somewhere between ninth and 12th place in the 20 team tournament.

A plan for the Ivy League's digital network is becoming clear.

Craig Robinson is heading to China next month.

Howie Levy's son Lior and daughter Mia will keep the family's legacy going at the just-underway Maccabiah Games.

Sydney Johnson discusses Fairfield's recruiting class and summer sessions.

Here's more on Jimmy Lane being named the head coach at Monmouth Regional High School.

Before the All-Star break, Will Venable (video) hit his 11th home run of the season.

YouTube potpourri XCVII.

Here's the latest collection of videos from various corners of the Princeton basketball family. Above, Tiger recruit Amir Bell at the Reebok Breakout Classic.

Seven additional clips of varying lengths and sources can be found after the jump.

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Wednesday News:

Wishing a happy and healthy 83rd birthday to Pete Carril!

Armond Hill has joined the staff of the Los Angeles Clippers under former Celtics coach Doc Rivers.

Otto Porter drew additional praise from John Thompson III.

There's a Q&A with Fairfield head coach Sydney Johnson. It is unclear when Pitt transfer Malcolm Gilbert will be eligible to join the Stags' roster.

A reminder that Princeton recruit Spencer Weisz is playing for the United States' U-19 squad at the Maccabiah Games. The team's first contest is July 21.

Princeton heading to Las Vegas.

For the first time since a decisive December 1990 loss to then top-ranked UNLV, Princeton will play a basketball game in Sin City. Two of them, in fact.

The Tigers are taking part in the 2013 South Point Holiday Hoops Classic in Las Vegas, reportedly facing Portland on December 20 and a TBD opponent on December 21. It seems quite possible the unknown foe is Pacific based on some deductive reasoning.

Wednesday News:

Jimmy Lane is the new head coach at Monmouth Regional High School.

The Los Angeles Lakers have invited Ian Hummer to join their Summer League team. This does not guarantee a spot on the final roster when games begin on July 12 in Las Vegas, however.

Ben Hazel and Edo Lawrence are slated to participate in the just-underway Jersey Shore Basketball League.

Last week Georgetown's Otto Porter was the third pick in the NBA draft.

A highly regarded forward will join the Hoyas in 2014.

Will Venable has been going "all Louganis" in the outfield this season. Here's video of yet another diving catch.