Patience isn't an absence of action. It's a subset of timing, so with that in mind, imagine Nebraska football's new public address announcer introducing Tyronn Lue during one of the Huskers' seven
Home games against five NCAA Tournament qualifiers highlight Nebraska's 2016-17 Big Ten opponents released Monday by the Big Ten Conference.
Former Husker great Tyronn Lue made NBA history, leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to their first NBA title, as the Cavs overcame a 3-1 deficit against the Golden State Warriors with a 93-89 win in game seven Sunday night.
Behind the play of Tai Webster, New Zealand bounced back from a loss to Lithuania to post a 90-84 win over host China in the third-place game of the 2016 Atlas Games.
Behind a quick start from Husker guard Tai Webster, New Zealand improved to 3-0 in the Atlas Cup, routing host China, 98-74, on Thursday.
Husker senior Tai Webster helped New Zealand improve to 2-0 at the Atlas Challenge, as New Zealand posted a 73-68 win over Japan on Wednesday in China.
Tai Webster led New Zealand with 16 points, as New Zealand began preparations for next month's FIBA Olympic qualifier with an 80-65 win over Belarus on Tuesday.
Nebraska once again ranked among the nation's best in men's college basketball attendance, as the 2015-16 NCAA figures were released on Wednesday.
Nebraska Coach Tim Miles announced Friday that Ali Farokhmanesh has been named Director of Player Relations and Development for the Husker men's basketball program.
Andrew White III announced Wednesday evening that he has withdrawn from the NBA Draft and will return for his senior season at the University of Nebraska.
A big piece of Nebraska's 2016-17 basketball schedule fell into place Tuesday afternoon, as the Big Ten and ESPN announced that Nebraska will travel to Clemson for the 2016 Big Ten/ACC Challenge.
Rising senior Tai Webster (Auckland, New Zealand) was one of 14 players named to New Zealand's national team pool for the 2016 FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament Tuesday evening.