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Who Will Be the Voice of the NCAA Tournament’s Final Four?

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Everyone gets riled up when as soon as the calendar hits March 1st.

March Madness welcomes the 2018 NCAA Tournament and basketball fans are getting a hard time containing their excitement.

The First Four games will kick off March Madness in Dayton, Ohio on Tuesday, March 13th and Wednesday, March 14th. The real first rounds will be on March 15th and 16th with the second round following on March 17th and March 18th.

San Antonio will host the Final Four on March 31st.

Below are the 2018 NCAA Tournament announcers who will deliver live updates and analysis during the Final Four:

  1. Kevin Kugler (play-by-play)

Kugler is the lead play-by-play announcer for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament and has been the voice of the Final Four since 2008.

In addition, he is also the play-by-play voice of Sunday Night Football since 2012 and College World Series since 2003. He has covered 5 consecutive Olympic Games and has several other sports coverage such as the Masters and college football.

This nine-time winner of the Nebraska Sportscaster of the Year Award is also doing play-by-play events for Fox Sports 1 and the Big Ten Network.

  1. Clark Kellogg (analyst)

Kellogg has joined the CBS sports as a studio analyst since 1993. In July 2008, he was named the lead college basketball analyst for CBS Sports’ coverage of college basketball, including the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship.

He was also a former player in the National Basketball Association and former VP of player relations for the Indiana Pacers.

  1. John Thompson (analyst)

This former college basketball coach for the Georgetown Hoyas is known to be the first African-American head coach to win a major collegiate championship when his team defeated the University of Houston in the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship.

He continued to be visible in the world of basketball after retiring from coaching as a commentator for both collegiate and professional games.

  1. Bill Walton (halftime/postgame analyst)

Walton got his fame when he played for John Wooden’s powerhouse UCLA Bruins in the early 1970s. He led the Bruins into winning two Division I national titles while he grabbed three successive College Player of the Year Awards for himself. He had a successful career in the NBA, with two NBA championships and a league’s Most Valuable Player on his belt.

His saga of injury and failed rehabs caused his retirement from being a professional basketball player. He then transitioned into a successful and controversial NBA commentator.

  1. Jim Gray (courtside reporter)

Gray is not just your typical American sportscaster. He is also an Emmy Award-winning journalist, producer, report and executive producer of sports documentaries and features.

  1. Jason Horowitz (host)

Horowitz will host the pregame, halftime and postgame of the NCAA Basketball Tournament.

He has several hosting gigs, including the NCAA Football, Lacrosse Final Four and Frozen Four. In addition, he anchored updates during the 2008, 2010 and 2012 Olympics. He has also hosted and produced several shows for CBS including their coverage of the College Football, NFL and the NCAA tournament.

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A New Name on The Airwaves and the Super Bowl 2018

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last updated 03/05/2018

Wouldn’t it be nice to hear everything about the NFL updates on the radio?

Football fans, remember this name: Westwood One.

Westwood One, an advertising sales company and diverse radio programming, merged with NFL and will be the voice of the National Football League. Everything about the NFL and Super Bowl will be exclusively heard on the Westwood One Radio Network

Radio Home of the Super Bowl

Super Bowl is NFL’s annual championship game and serves as a culmination of a regular season. Interestingly, they use Roman numerals as the identification of the game instead of the year in which it was held.

For example, the first game that was played on January 15, 1967 was called Super Bowl I, which follows the 1966 regular season. The most recent Super Bowl which will be held on February 4, 2018 is termed as Super Bowl LII.

NFL and its then-rival league, the American Football League (AFL) had an agreement that the champion teams of these two leagues would play in the AFL-NFL World Championship Game until the merger was to start officially in 1970. Super Bowl was created as a result of this agreement.

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When is Super Bowl 2018?

Also known as Super Bowl LII, the game is set to play on Sunday, February 4 at U.S Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. The stadium is created to accommodate 66,200 seats but can still be expanded to fit up to 70,000 seats.

The game between the Eagles vs. Patriots has kicked off at 6:30 PM Eastern Time.

It was an enthralling game as the Philadelphia nabbed their first Super Bowl title after they beat the New England Patriots.

This is one of the greatest Super Bowls ever played with a whopping 74 total points made, with the Eagles earning 41 points while 33 points for the Patriots. An unbelievable 1,151 yards of combined offense broke not just the previous Super Bowl record but also any game in NFL history, playoffs or regular season.

It’s one of the swiftest turnarounds for the Eagles as they finished 7-9 the year before.

How did they change from last-placer to Super Bowl champion in just one year?

First, they developed a running game. From 4.1 in 2016, the Eagles boosted their yardage to 4.5 in 2017. Their running back core is led by Jay Ajayi with 4.4 yards during the Philly’s playoff run and LeGarrette Blount who went for 4.5

They also upgraded their passing game from mediocre to elite. Though Carson Wentz was a solid rookie, he upped his passing rate from 79 to 102 and his yards per attempt from 6.2 to 7.5. Alshon Jeffery and Nelson Agholor played as great receivers of the team. The team bounced from 30th to 14th in yards per throw and 27th to 7th in passer rating.

They have also improved their already-good defense into something that is a bit better, which resulted to a much better offense.

Composed of 26 team members, Philadelphia Eagles gave a game that NFL fans will never forget.

How to Play Your Best Picks in Basketball

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In every basketball game, you would often come across the word screen or picks.

If you are not familiar with the term, screen is a type of blocking movement made by an offensive player to free a fellow teammate to receive a pass, to shoot or drive in to score. It is also known as a pick in the field of lacrosse and basketball.

Great basketball teams know the importance of setting a very good picks as it opens up their offense in so many ways.  How to use a pick is as equally important as how to set a pick, these two should come hand in hand for a better defense.

How to set a pick?

If you are the person that is setting the pick, you should:

  • Establish a wide and strong base by positioning your feet a little wider than shoulder-width apart.
  • Create an athletic solid position by bringing your hips down and bending your knees. It will be difficult for your defender to knock you off or nudge you if you are on this position.
  • Point your back to the direction where you want the receiver of the screen to go.
  • You need to be stationary as your setting the pick. It is considered as an illegal screen and an offensive foul if you are moving as you set your pick.
  • Protect yourself by placing your hand across your chest (girls) or groin area (boys). Make sure that your arms are extended towards the defensive player though.
  • Make sure that you signal the offensive player that you are about to set a pick. You can do this by raising your hand or calling out the offensive player’s name.
  • After the offensive player has run off your pick, pivot 180 degrees towards the ball and find an open space on the floor. In many instances, the person who ends up being open is the one who sets the pick.

What are some of the basic screens?

  • Ball screen – this is where the offensive player sets a pick for another offensive player who is currently holding the ball. You can only do the ball screen when the offensive player still has his dribble.

Ball screens can be really good offensive sets if they were executed well because the make the defense communicate and negotiate the ball screen to action.

  • Down screen – this type of screen is set in the direction of the baseline. The person who sets the pick goes down towards the pick receiver to set the screen. This is good to use if you want to create scoring opportunities for shooters.

For the illustration above, player 5 will do the down screen near the lane for player 2. Player 2 will then come off the screen and pop out to the right wing area. Player 1 will pass to player2 to take the open jump shot.

  • Away screen – this type is when a player sets the picks away from the ball. This occurs when a player runs away from the ball after he passed it to another player and set a pick for another offensive player.


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3 Characteristics of a Great Football Player

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Have you always loved playing football and dreamt of becoming one of the most famous football players in the world?

Football is a game that does not only require your physical skills and strength but it also calls for your mental and emotional sharpness.

With many aspiring football players all over the world, only a few makes the cut.

What are the basic traits that every football player must have?

This article will show you what you need to possess to become a successful football player.

  1. Knowledge of the game

You should have a clear understanding of the positional play – how you perform your function as offensive or defensive on the field. You should also have an awareness of where you are on the field in relation to the position of your fellow teammates, the ball and the opposition.

You should also possess adaptability; football is a game where all players have the equal opportunity to be the playmaker. Because the scenarios on the field are constantly changing, you should be able to adjust and adapt well.

You should be able to maintain technical efficiency even under pressure. Despite the factors such as fatigue, bad weather and opposition that can cause a breakdown of your technique, you should still show composure under pressure.

  1. Mental ability

Though good physical skills are important, your mental aspect is as important in playing football. Every great player – such as David Beckham, Raul Gonzalez, and Ronaldo – has full confidence on themselves. You should believe in your own capacity.

Mental toughness is also another trait that you should possess. Football is not a game for the weak-hearted; there are many things that could happen in the game that may affect your concentration and confidence. No matter what situation may arise, you should endeavor to perform your best.

Whatever position you are holding – defender, goalkeeper, midfield player or forward – know that you have the ability to impact the game so it’s important that you are giving your best shot.

  1. Fitness

Fitness is another important component of a football player.

You should not only possess the ability to play for the entire duration of the game, but you should also be able to endure and recover your fitness while working in the game. Each football player runs up to 5-7 miles in a game (90 minutes). You should be able to develop stamina to last that long since it’s hard to make substitutions as the game gets harder.

Agility and balance are also important. You should have the agility or dynamic balance to control the movement of your body while moving with or without the ball and static balance to resist challenges.

Speed is another vital aspect in the game – especially the speed of thought. You should have a good perception of what’s going on in the game and a quick reaction towards it.

In addition, you must have strength to withstand any direct and indirect challenges in the game. Though size of a player matters to some position that he is playing, it is the tenacity of the player that wins the battle.


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Playing with Your Best Picks in Basketball

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Playing with your own pick of NBA (National Basketball Association) players is possible through fantasy basketball. Fantasy basketball allows a player (general manager) to pick players and form a team. A general manager competes with other general managers by drafting the players for their team and by earning points throughout the game. Points are accumulated through the actual statistics or field performance of the NBA players during a game. The general manager with the most points wins. ESPN (Entertainment and Sports Programming Network) is one of the sports portals that offer fantasy basketball to fans and players.

How to Play

There are categories to choose from, three at the minimum, and eleven at the maximum. Each category will be weighed to determine the winner.

3 category leagues: points, rebounds, assist

5 category leagues: points, rebounds, assists, blocks, steals

8 category leagues: points, rebounds, assists, blocks, steals, field goal percentage, free throw percentage, three-point field goal percentage

And so on…

Then you proceed to choose to create a private team or join public teams. Private teams can have any number of players and are usually created by experienced players together with GMs that they know. Public teams can have 10 to 12 teams and are usually joined by new players or those who want to play with random GMs.

Next, a general manager (GM) will draft players. The most commonly used snake draft allows the first team to pick the players to be the last one to pick the players for the next game so that every team has a chance to be the first to pick. In an auction draft, teams bid for the players with their budget. The team must be careful not to exceed the limit of the team. The team who wins the bid gets the players.

Types of Scoring

The scoring is determined by ROTO, head-to-head, or fantasy points. In ROTO or Rotiserrie scoring, the first place in an 11-team league gets 11 points, second place gets 10 points, and third place gets 9 points and so on. This is done in every category and the team with the biggest aggregate points at the end of the season wins the game. Head-to-head scoring is used when a team has the same opponent for a week. Within the course of the game, the statistics are accumulated and the team who gets the most points wins. There are variations of the head-to-head scoring, but the common one is H2H Each Category. Fantasy points correspond to a specific statistic determined by a commissioner. For example, a 2-point shot will have 1 fantasy point, a 3-point shot will have 3 fantasy points or a turnover means minus 1 fantasy point. The team with the largest amount of fantasy points is the winner.

According to, fantasy basketball or fantasy sports, in general, are not listed on the prohibited games list of Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006. This means that fantasy basketball is legal and can be played free or with real money.

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Sam Mikulak Leads the 2018 Winter Cup Challenge

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The 2018 Winter Cup Challenge was held on February 15-17, 2018 at Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino.

Who Are Expected to Compete?

Amongst the famous gymnasts who registered to compete are Alex Naddour of Gilbert Ariz./USA Youth Fitness, 2016 Olympians Sam Mikulak of Newport Beach, Calif./U.S. Olympic Training Center, reigning U.S. champion and World bronze medalist Yul Moldauer of Arvada, Colo./University of Oklahoma,  2016 Olympic alternate Akash Modi of Morganville, N.J./Stanford University and 2017 World team member Marvin Kimble of Milwaukee/Salto Gymnastics .

A separate junior and senior competitive division will be featured at this year’s Winter Cup Challenge.

In addition, the top three all around athletes from the 2017 P&G Gymnastics Championships in both the 15-16 age division and the 17-18 age division are expected to compete at the Winter Cup. These athletes are: Vitaliy Guimaraes of Arvada, Colo./5280 Gymnastics, Brody Malone of Summerville, Ga./Cartersville Twisters and Max Andryushchenko of Arlington Heights, Ill./Ohio State University from the 17-18 division while Paul Juda of Deerfield, Ill./Buffalo Grove Gymnastics, Garrett Brauton of Cypress, Texas/Cypress Academy and Riley Loos of El Dorado Hills, Calif./Technique Gymnastics from the age group of 15-16.

The 12 men who will make up the U.S Men’s Senior National Team through the 2018 U.S. Gymnastics Championships that will be held in Boston, Aug. 16-19 will be determined by the performances at the 2018 Winter Cup Challenge. Those athletes who belong to the top six ranks will be automatically qualified for the 2018 senior national team while the remaining 6 will be selected by the Men’s Program Committee or will be petitioned by the team.

One session for the junior division and one for the senior division will make up the first day of the competition. During the final sessions, the top 14 juniors and the top 28 senior athletes will be featured.

Mikulak Leads after First Day of Competition

The athlete that is leading the all-around standings after the first two days of the competition is no other than the two-time Olympian Sam Mikulak of Newport Beach, Calif./U.S. Olympic Training Cente.

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He posted an impressive scores of 14.650, pommel horse; 14.700, floor exercise; 13.550, vault; 13.500, still rings;14.700, horizontal bar and 15.200, parallel bars. With four consecutive U.S titles from 2013-2016, Mikulak has returned to the national competition after tearing his Achilles tendon at last year’s Winter Cup.

The second spot was earned by 2017 World team member Marvin Kimble of Milwaukee/Salto Gymnastics with 83.500 points in the all-around. 2016 Olympic team alternate Akash Modi of Morganville, N.J./Stanford University,has earned the 3rd spot with  83.350.

Bennet Huang of Palo Alto, Calif./University of Iowa is leading the junior competition with an all-around standing of 77.600. Following close behind is Asher Hong, Tomball, Texas/Cypress Academy with 77.400. The third place is tied between Jeremy Bischoff of Canyon Country, Calif./Wallers GymJam and evin Penev of Penfield, N.Y./RGA in the all-around with matching 76.600 totals.

Yul Moldauer, a current U.S. National all-around champion, is automatically selected to be a part of the national team if he participates at the 2018 Winter Cup and qualifies to the finals.

The Exciting Season for NFL this 2018

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last updated 02/15/2018

Good news to NFL fans!

Westwood One has agreed to extend reporting for the National Football League (NFL). As an exclusive network radio partner of the NFL, they will provide all the relevant information and coverage of this exciting show.

The 2018 NFL Season

The 99th season of the National Football League will begin on September 6 2018 in no other than the home team of the NFL Kickoff Game, the Super Bowl LII. The 2018 NFL season will conclude on February 3, 2019 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.

The 2018 NFL League year starts on March 9 at 4:00 PM Eastern Time. Agents of players who become unrestricted free agents will be allowed to contact the clubs and enter into contract negotiations on March 7.

The 256 games of the 2018 regular season will be played over a 17-week schedule which will start on September 6. Each of the 32 teams who are participating in the league will play a 16-game schedule, with one bye week for each single team.

There will be featured games on Monday Nights while the National Football League Kickoff game will be played on September 6 in prime time. There will also be games played on Thursday and on Thanksgiving Day. The conclusion of the regular season will be on December 30, with a full slate games of 16 games which are all be an intro-division match-ups.

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Scheduling Formula

Thanks to NFL’s scheduling formula which has been implemented since 2002, we now have a clear knowledge of who the opponents will be for all the 32 teams this 2018 season.

Each team will play the other three teams in its own division twice. In addition, a team will also play against all four teams in one other division from each conference. The final two games will be against the two teams in the team’s own division that has the same rank in their division on the previous season (example, the team that bagged the first rank in its own division on the previous season will compete against the other team in its conference that also finished first in its respective division. )

Some of the highlights that you should be looking forward to this 2018 season include:

  • NFL Kickoff Game – The kickoff game will start on September 6 at 8:30PM Eastern Time which will feature Philadelphia Eagles, the Super Bowl LII champion, as the home team. NBC will be televising the game.
  • NFL International Series:
  1. NFL Mexico Game – One game will be played at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City, in accordance with an agreement that the league will play on this venue each year from 2017 through 2021. The date is yet to be determined, though it was announced that the Los Angeles Rams will be hosting the Kansas City Chiefs.
  2. NFL London Games – Three games will be played in London. The first game will be played at the new Tottenham Stadium on October 14, with Oakland Raiders as the host. The other two games will be played at Wembley Stadium on October 21 and 28, with the Los Angeles Chargers hosting the Tennessee Titans and the Jacksonville Jaguars hosting the Philadelphia Eagles.

All you need to know about The National Football League

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The National Football League (NFL), the professional football league of the United States, consists of 32 teams divided between the National Football Conference (NFL) and the American Football Association (American) Football Conference or AFC). The national league is one of the most prominent sports tournaments in North America, and the highest league level in the sport of American football in the world. The national league runs for 17 weeks and starts at the beginning of September until the end of December. Each team plays 16 games a week. After the end of the regular league, 6 teams from each league qualify for the final stage of the knockout phase, which ends in the Super Bowl final and takes place on the first Sunday of February and brings together the two champions.

The Green Bay Packers are the champions of the league with 13 titles (9 from the Super Bowl era and 4 from behind), and Pittsburgh Steelers are the most qualified to win the Super Bowl title with 6 titles.

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Tournament System

The four-week opening season starts with a 17-week regular season (16 matches each) and the knockout phase ends with the Super Bowl qualifying match.

Before the season or opening season

Each team plays four games in the opening season (two home and two away matches), the opening season matches are friendly, and there are no points for winning and losing to the regular season only to assess the performance of the teams for the coaches, the opening season continues for four weeks.

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Normal season

The regular season matches start at the end of the week after Labor Day in early September and end in December or early January. They consist of 256 matches, with 32 teams playing 16 games over a 17-week period. League matches are often held on Sundays.

After the season

After the end of the regular season, the stage begins with the end of the knockout stage. Six teams from each league qualify: the first and second teams from each division and the two most points in the league from the remaining teams. After the final qualifiers, the champions of each league qualify for the Super Bowl to determine the winner of the national league title.

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Cups and trophies

The Super Bowl winners receive the Vince Lampardi Cup, a Tiffany silver trophy worth $ 25,000- $ 300,000. In addition to the trophy, each player and coach gets the winning team on the Super Bowl ring. The NFC winners also receive the George Hallas Cup, the AFC Champions League winners receive the Lamar Hunt Cup, and the winners of each league receive the championship rings as well.


The national football league consists of 32 teams divided into two conferences from 16 teams. Each conference is divided into four sections of four teams in each section. Each team consists of 53 players, 46 of whom participate in each game.

According to Forbes magazine, Dallas Cowboys are the most expensive team in the national football league and the most expensive team in the world with a value of up to $ 4 billion.


The 2018 Pro Bowl – A Fun Game despite the Torrential Rain

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last updated 02/07/2018

The National Football League (NFL) is one of the football leagues that are being followed all over the world.

Westwood One, one of the leader in play-by-play sports broadcasts on the radio, has announced that their contract as the exclusive network radio partner of the NFL has been extended. These two have been partners since 1987.

Aside from NFL’s regular season primetime package, Westwood One will also broadcast NFL’s postseason games, including Sunday Night Football, Thursday Night Football, Monday Night Football, the Super Bowl, the NFL Playoffs and the Pro Bowl.

The 2018 Pro Bowl

The Pro Bowl is an all-star game of the NFL. It is officially called as the AFC-NFC Pro Bowl, with the top players from the American Football League against those in the National Football Conference.

Most major sports league hold their all-star games roughly midway through their regular season. The Pro Bowl, on the other hand, is played around the end of the NFL Season. It was usually held the weekend preceding the Super Bowl between 1970 and 2009 and was changed to the weekend before the Super Bowl since 2010.

The 2018 Pro Bowl returned to Camping World Stadium in Orlando on Sunday, January 28. This year’s clash between the NFC and AFC gave football fanatics an exciting and fun game that will be hard to forget. The game ended with AFC bagging victory with a score of 24 against NFC’s 23 points.

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Highlights of the Game

The weather during the game was absolutely miserable; the pouring rain made it very difficult for the players to catch the ball. Despite the weather, everyone had their share of fun.

Here are some moments to remember in the 2018 Pro Bowl:

  • The NFL’s touchdown celebration consultant for the Pro Bowl is no other than the great American actor and comedian Keegan – Michael Key. Watching him coach NFL players on their moves was hilarious and one of the highlights was when he was almost 3 inches from the face of Jalen Ramsey and he yelled “slower”.
  • As a general rule, no one gives their best during the NFL Pro Bowl. They don’t try very hard since they don’t want any injury that could hinder them from playing on the Super Bowl. No one tried very hard to tackle Harrison Smith on his 79-yard pick – 6. He intercepted Ben Roethlisberger fourth-down pass at the NFC 21-yard line and he managed to run virtually untouched into the end zone. Delanie Walker attempted to catch up to Smith and ran into his field of vision, but instead of tackling him he sort of fell over.
  • The torrential downpour saturated the field and made everything a bit more slippery. Tyreek Hill had the ball squirted from his fingertips and went flying towards his goal line. Then suddenly, Budda Baker scooped the ball from the turf and ran it back 21 yards into the end zone. Officials ruled the touch ball and the referees’ decision have stripped the NFC of four points.

The history of NCAA you didn’t know about

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What is basketball?

Basketball is a team sport in which two teams of five active players try to score basket points called goal and the basket rises from the ground by 3 meters in the world.

What is NCAA?

The National Collegiate Athletic Associationor NCAA Association consists of 1281 sports teams from universities and educational institutions in the United States and Canada. Based in Indianapolis, Indiana. It consists of three levels divided by the strength of the teams and was founded in 1906. It includes all the sports of teams and men and women. Players and players are students at the universities they represent.

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Basketball within colleges and their first unions

The role played by Dr. James Naismith in the dissemination of the basketball game was very influential and important. As part of his quest, he worked at the University of Kansas for six years before handing over to the famous coach Forrest “Phog” Allen), while Amos Alonso Stage, the assistant to Naismith, brought the basketball game to the University of Chicago, while the University of Kansas’s Adolph Robb was a great success as a coach for this game at the University of Kentucky. In 1892, the University of California and Miss Head’s School played the first women’s basketball match between two educational institutions. On March 21, 1893, Smith College students played with second-year students in the first women’s basketball game between college students. The same year, Mount Holyoke and Sophie Newcomb College began playing the game (Basketball) under the training of Clara Gregory Baer. By 1895, the basketball game had spread to many colleges across the country, including Wellesley College, Vassar and Bryn Mawr College. In February 1895, the first college game was played between two teams of five players within Hamline University between Hamlin University and the University of Minnesota’s Faculty of Agriculture Ta. The College of Agriculture won the match 9-3. The first women’s basketball game was held on April 4, 1896. Stanford girls played with Berkeley girls, each team consisted of nine players and ended in 1901, colleges such as the University of Chicago, Columbia University, the University of Minnesota, the US Naval Academy, the University of Utah and Yale, as well as Dartmouth College sponsored the men’s basketball games. By 1910, the persistent injury to basketball players inside the stadiums prompted US President Theodore Roosevelt to propose the creation of a body responsible for the college basketball game, which in turn led to the creation of the American Association of Athletics Athletes In 1910, the name of this body was changed to become the National Association of Athletics Students (NCAA).

The National Women’s Championship was changed from a basketball tournament in a three-part court to a two-court game with six players per team. In 1937, the first national men’s league game, the National Association Basketball Association (NCAA) tournament, was held in New York in 1938.