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Florida Basketball Prepares for St. Bonaventure

For the second season in a row, Florida will have the opportunity to start the year 3-0. The only thing standing in their way is St. Bonaventure, but the Bonnies are no joke. Our tour of Florida continues tonight. #GoGators #OurGatorsOurState pic.twitter.com/baS1eofPz5 — Gators M-Basketball (@GatorsMBK) November 17, 2016  Leadership …

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Gators Look to KeVaughn Allen as Scorer

With last season’s leading scorer—forward Dorian Finney-Smith—now playing for the Dallas Mavericks, sophomore guard KeVaughn Allen will be expected to play a pivotal role on the team. As a freshman, Allen averaged the second most points on the team with 11.6 points per game. He also averaged 2.7 rebounds along …

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Florida Men’s Basketball Media Day: High Expectations for a Talented Squad

A new season, but a similar cast of characters awaits Mike White in his second season as Florida’s head coach. The Gators lose Dorian Finney-Smith this year, but add explosive shooter, Canyon Barry, a transfer from the College of Charleston, Jalen Hudson, a transfer from Virginia Tech, Keith Stone, who …

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Finney-Smith Discusses NBA Future

After leading the Gators in both scoring and rebounding during his senior year, Dorian Finney-Smith remained a free agent following June’s 2016 NBA Draft. Three days later, after 14 separate workouts with different NBA teams, Finney-Smith signed a three-year, partially guaranteed contract with the Dallas Mavericks. However, the 6’8″ forward isn’t …

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NBA Draft Tonight

The NBA Draft will take place tonight and it is expected that former LSU star Ben Simmons will be the first player taken by the Philadelphia 76ers.   Numerous media reports say the Sixers have as much as told Simmons he would be the guy they would select tonight. The LA …

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Season In Review: Florida Basketball Exceeds Expectations For Transitional Year

The Florida Gators men’s basketball season has come to an end after a five-point loss in Washington, D.C. to the George Wasington Colonials in the quarterfinals of the NIT. While many Gator fans have come to expect Final Four births and national championships, the start of the Mike White era …

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Florida’s Season Ends in NIT Quarterfinals, Fall to GW, 82-77

Up one point with 3:42 left in the quarterfinals of the NIT, the Gators could taste the fresh mozzarella cheese of Ray’s Pizza in New York City on their tongues. Unfortunately for Florida, George Washington would close the game on a 12-6 run, winning the contest 82-77, and advancing to …

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PREVIEW: Florida Prepares For George Washington, 3rd Round of NIT

The Florida Gators are just one win away from reaching the illustrious final four. While it might not be in the NCAA Tournament, a win over George Washington on Wednesday night will propel the Gators to Madison Square Garden in New York City to play in the semi-finals of the …

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Florida Advances To Third Round of NIT with 74-66 Victory Over Ohio State

No Egbunu, no problem. The Florida Gators continued their strong play through the first two rounds of the NIT, as UF took down Ohio State, 74-66. Kevarrius Hayes got the start for John Egbunu, who was declared out for the season earlier this week with a torn ligament in his …

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