There is a poll on facebook that has you vote for your favorite court that uses Robbins Sports Surfaces. The University of Michigan basketball court at Crisler Center is an option for voting so I just wanted everyone to know about this.
How to vote?
Go onto facebook and you have to LIKE Robbins Sports Surfaces page.
Then, you have to go to the Michigan court picture and LIKE that picture.
If you vote you are entered into a drawing for a $100 gift card.
Here's the SI article where NBA Center Jason Collins comes out.
EDIT: Mods feel free to delete if this is too political. If you've come to discuss the merits of gay rights and such, please just stop here. There are plenty of other message boards where that can be done.
Mod edit: The relevant sports related stuff seemed to get hashed out earlier, but the latest comments are starting to sound more political, so I'm shutting it down before it gets too far out of hand. After 200+ comments there probably isn't much more to say anyway, at least not enough to make any potential headaches worthwhile. JGB.
This will make MSU the early favorite to win the BIG. Going to be another great season of BIG basketball
Fluff, but cool fluff. Former Davidson and current Golden State Warrior sharpshooter Steph Curry has seen Nik Stauskas' 3 point shooting exploits, called Nik's skills "impressive", and has (jokingly?) suggested they put their skills to the test head to head.
Nice to see our guys getting props from good/great NBA talent, especially since those guys are a little busy with the playoffs at the moment.
Well, like myself (and several others who know way more about stuff than me) predicted, Maurice Creek of Indiana will graduate and transfer, to seek more playing time. This will fix all the scholarship issues that IU potentially would have had to deal with.
I know the general response to Tom Crean is that he is a douche, which I can't really argue with. That being said, it is pretty safe to say that Tom Crean is NOT forcing Creek to leave.
From the top of the page, it looks like we've cleared the $50k mark. Take a bow, MGoBoard.