Truth be told, Crete coach John Larsen never had to worry about Morgan Maly being dialed in. The 6-foot-1 Creighton recruit brought it every game.
Two years ago, Hunter Sallis was a skinny 6-foot freshman who averaged 12 minutes and 4.3 points per game. Oh, how times have changed.
Hunter Sallis shot at the YMCA with his mom. Chucky Hepburn went to the Bryant Center. Meet the top Super-Staters, and learn their basketball roots.
Allison Weidner shoots baskets in her shed. Taylor McCabe at the YMCA. Meet the top Super-Staters, and learn their basketball roots.
From the Capital City to Omaha to the panhandle — with stops in between — there's talent in every crevice of the state. Here's a closer look a…
A closer look at the best of the best on the prep hardwood.
The Capital City has some athletes that can find the bottom of the net. A look at the top basketball players from the past winter sports season.
From the boards to the three-point line, these city hoopers can do it all. A look at the top basketball players from the past winter sports season.
The Wisconsin commit averaged 17.3 points, 4.6 rebounds, 6.5 assists and 3.1 steals for the Class A champion Thunderbirds.
Longtime ESPN anchor Linda Cohn details how highlights from the Nebraska state boys basketball tournament cracked the flagship show.
Like the rest of college basketball, the coronavirus pandemic has disrupted Donovan Williams’ recruiting process.
When the boys state tournament returns next year (with more fans this time), expect Bellevue West and Millard North to be there again.
After a state basketball tournament unlike any other, Ron Powell delivers his final boys basketball ratings of the season.
The word surreal can be overused in sports at times. But that wasn’t the case this week during the Nebraska boys state basketball tournament.
There will be no Sweet 16 this year without an NCAA men’s basketball tournament.
Bellevue West became the first Class A school to win a football and basketball state title in the same school year since Omaha Central achieve…
A look at the top performers from the boys state basketball tournament.
With the coronavirus pandemic overshadowing everything, the new normal for the boys state basketball tournament this weekend were sparse crowd…
It was all smiles for BRLD on Saturday, which collected its second straight state title in Class C-2.
Omaha Skutt was flawless in taking the Class B boys state title in a 59-31 blasting of Omaha Roncalli on Saturday at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Ty Erwin popped a three-pointer five seconds into the game and Laurel-Concord-Coleridge was off to the races.
Falls City Sacred Heart earned its 10th boys state hoops title by defeating Humphrey St. Francis on Saturday.