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After the team used the 53rd overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft to select center Colton Iverson out of Colorado State, several C's fans remarked to me how they thought Iverson would slot nicely next to Brandon Bass or Jared Sullinger as the Celtics'
South Dakota native Colton Iverson may begin his professional basketball career outside the United States, but still within the reach of the NBA. The 7-foot Iverson, from Yankton, was drafted in the second round by the Boston Celtics last month. But
The Indiana Pacers used their second-round pick on center Colton Iverson of Colorado State, then traded Iverson to Boston for cash. A person with knowledge of the deal confirmed the transaction Thursday night on condition of anonymity because it was
KY. Greg Smith looked back at the film to bask in the good feelings once more. The Colorado State forward was there, at Wyoming, in person, when his teammate, Colton Iverson, put together one of the best games he'd ever seen...So, yes, it was worth
All season, Missouri flashed signs it could be a dangerous team come March. Unfortunately, there were nearly as many times that it showed much less promise...Coach Frank Haith has had to integrate a group of transfers into the system. "It has been a
When Colorado State's assignment to the Midwest Regional as the No. Rio Grande restaurant Sunday, reaction to the announcement seemed surprisingly low key. The likely reason: The Rams were only the third team in the field revealed, and many of the
Colorado State may not have been concerned about a road game in a conference tournament setting, but an arena full of red-clad "RE-BEL" chanting fans proved just how valuable it could be...Tournament on Sunday, it just doesn't know where it is headed.
Leipprandt earns rare honor for Air Force women's team: Air Force senior Alicia Leipprandt became just the second Falcon to earn a spot to earn recognition on a league's top three teams when she was named to the Mountain West's third team. Leipprandt
In every conceivable way, the leap was one of complete faith. Tim Miles, the Colorado State men's basketball coach at the time, had a dream to realize but needed players to turn it into reality. When you have won only 16 of 47 games in your first two
Colton Iverson was a perfect 12-for-12 from the field and scored 29 points to lead Colorado State to a 78-56 blowout victory over rival Wyoming on Wednesday night...New Mexico clinched the league's regular-season title last week. It was the fifth