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First Ball so Hard Basketball Tournament at Butler raises money for the Center for Leadership Development

First Ball so Hard Basketball Tournament at Butler raises money for the Center for Leadership Development

On April 6, the first Ball So Hard Basketball Tournament at Butler University was held outside Hinkle Fieldhouse. The tournament helped to raise $32,679 for the Center for Leadership Development.

Collegian 60 second preview 10.25

Assistant sports editor Collin Perry discusses the top stories in sports, including a preview of the men’s basketball season, a story about passionate Butler volleyball fans and a Q&A with a doctor who discusses Boston Celtics star Gordon Hayward’s injury.

OVERTIME: Pacers in good shape, Stevens looking at a rough year

BEN SIECK | ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR The National Basketball Association regular season tipped off last night. There are two teams the Butler community might have an interest in this season: the hometown Indiana Pacers and Brad Stevens’ Boston Celtics. After coming within one game of reaching last year’s NBA Finals, the Pacers should have their

A familiar face: Former Butler player replaces Stevens

BY KYLE BEERY | ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR The Butler men’s basketball program will stick to its roots yet again this year, as Brandon Miller begins his first year as the Bulldogs’ head coach following Brad Stevens’ sudden departure earlier this summer. Stevens, with two National Championship appearances and a 166-49 record over six seasons, announced on

Brad Stevens to become head coach of Boston Celtics

In a move that seemingly few anticipated, former Butler men’s basketball coach Brad Stevens was named the 17th-ever head coach of the National Basketball Association’s Boston Celtics Wednesday afternoon. The announcement was made to the Butler community through an press release from Butler’s athletics department. “Our family is thrilled for the opportunity given to us

Who is this year’s NBA champ?

By Steven Peek, Colin Likas and Lance Rinker With 82 regular season games in the books, the National Basketball Association playoffs are underway. Sixteen teams have a clean slate and are competing for the crown. The field is a mix of strong holdovers, fresh faces and proven champions. This leads to a question for which