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Texas Longhorns Basketball 2011-12 Season Preview, Part 3: J'Covan Brown Headlines Returning Players


Burnt Orange Nation's preview of the 2011-12 Texas Longhorns basketball season continues with a look at the returning players of J'Covan Brown, Alexis Wangmene, and Clint Chapman.

2011-12 Texas Longhorns Basketball Season Preview, Part 1: Myck Kabongo and the Freshman Guards


In Part 1 of this comprehensive preview of the Texas Longhorns men's basketball 2011-12 season, Burnt Orange Nation takes a look at the four freshman guards arriving in Austin this winter.

Sterling Gibbs to Texas Provides Another 2011 Point Guard


The Longhorns have another 2011 basketball commit, adding Seton Hall Prep PG Sterling Gibbs. After the reitrement of Gary Williams, Maryland released Gibbs from his LOI.

Sources: Tristan Thompson To the NBA


Per sources, Texas forward Tristan Thompson will be entering the NBA draft.


Myck Kabongo, Findlay Prep vs. Dwyer Open Thread

Open thread for the ESPN RISE NSHI game between Texas commit Myck Kabongo and Findlay Prep against Dwyer.

Texas Basketball: A Successful Season Ends Too Soon


A look back at the 2010-11 Texas Longhorns men's basketball season.

Texas Basketball Report 4.5: Dare To Dream Big


Last year Texas basketball was the biggest disappointment in the country. This year, the Longhorns are the best story in the country, and Rick Barnes is the national coach of the year.

Texas Basketball Inks Four 2011 Preps


A close look at the four high school basketball players who signed with the Texas Longhorns on Wednesday. Burnt Orange Nation scouts Myck Kabongo, Sheldon McClellan, Julien Lewis, and Jonathan Holmes.

Austin Rivers to Visit Texas


2011 Winter Park (FL) shooting guard Austin Rivers, who is currently committed to Florida, but has opened up his recruitment, plans on visiting Austin, most likely in late June. Rivers is also considering Duke, North Carolina, Kansas, and Kentucky, as well as the possibility of sticking with his commitment to the Gators. He has no other visits planned, but Duke is reportedly in good shape for his services. The Longhorns already have four commitments in the 2011 class, including two guards in Myck Kabongo and Julien Lewis and a wing in Sheldon McClellan, raising questions about how necessary it is to add another guard to the class. The medical redshirt for Varez Ward extends his eligibility as well. Conventional wisdom has long held that Texas would like to add another big to the class, with Rakeem Christmas the top target, but Rivers may be too good to pass up -- he's ranked no. 6 in the class in the new Rivals rankings. However, the Longhorns are probably a longshot, though the visit could change everything.

Recruiting Spotlight: Cory Joseph


Cory Joseph finally decided to follow his childhood friends, Tristan Thompson and Myck Kabongo, in becoming a Texas Longhorn. A highly-rated player with the ability to play the point guard and...

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