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Monday News:

While some felt Rutgers should hire Bill Carmody, it looks like Eddie Jordan is the likely next coach of the Scarlet Knights. Jordan was an assistant coach with the Sacramento Kings alongside Pete Carril, who offers advice in relation to any possibleimplementation of the "Princeton Offense."

A "majestic display" from Kareem Maddox propelled Newcastle Eagles in the first leg of their BBL playoff series with Sheffield Sharks.

Will Venable hit his second home run of the season (video). Padres Public is still in love with Venable's potential.

Former Princeton basketball player Bill Kingston stands on the verge of his 1,000th victory as a high school tennis coach.

The mammoth transfer list has been updated with a pair of additional Ivy names.

George Clark said,

April 15, 2013 @ 10:40 am

The list is too mammoth! Can you post the names?

Jon Solomon said,

April 15, 2013 @ 11:04 am

Search for "Cornell," "Columbia" and "Dartmouth" and you'll see them.

Stuart Schulman said,

April 16, 2013 @ 12:07 pm

Peck + Brooks = Nothing that's going to alter the landscape.

larry said,

April 16, 2013 @ 4:16 pm

Rutgers had it right the first time: suspension & fine.

Steven Postrel said,

April 17, 2013 @ 8:21 pm

The Carril article was amusing. Out here in L.A., I noticed that Kobe Bryant was quite enthusiastic about the Princeton offense before D'Antoni showed up and ownership put the kibosh on it. He liked the read-and-react aspect and thought it might get him more open space to operate. (It's not surprising since the triangle offense run under the old regime had some similarities to the Princeton offense, including the importance of good passing from the post man.) The guy who would have had the biggest adjustment would have been Nash, but as Eddie Jordan showed on the Nets with Jason Kidd, you can modify it to give a creative point guard more to do.

Scary that D'Antoni just admitted that he hadn't realized that Gasol playing from the high post with Howard in the low post would be very effective--that seemed blatantly obvious given those players' skill sets. In fact, Gasol would have made a superb Princeton offense center.

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