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June 29th, 2012
Coaching changes are common every year, and coaches usually pick the best spot for them and their families.
Mississippi State's Arnett Moultrie was taken with the No. 27 pick of the 2012 NBA Draft held Thursday night in New Jersey.
Mississippi State hasnâ€™t had a first round draftee in the National Basketball Association Draft in 16 years when Erick Dampier and Dontae Jones were both selected in the 1996 draft capping an NCAA Fin
The Starkville 11-year old All-Stars have been had several challenges this year and they are ready to take that experience to the next level.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs will enter fall camp down a pair of scholarship athletes with the departure of incoming freshmen Nick Schuessler and Adarrius Perkins.
With the 2012 class in the rearview mirror and 2013 well in hand, Mississippi State has landed a commitment for the 2014 class with the potential services of Maurice Dunlap.Â
Many professional athletes don't make it to where they are without support and a good background.
For Starkville native Travis Outlaw, it is something he is grateful he had.
It's obvious that Travis Outlaw loves sharing the game he loves with the people of his hometown.
That's what the Elite Skills Basketball Camp is all about.
Mary Kathryn Whittle has watched the Starkville Christian School girls basketball team develop in a positive way in the last year she has been in charge.
(Editor's Note: Michael Wardlaw, the Mississippi State beat writer for the Starkville Daily News, compiled this report from comments Bulldog men's basketball coach Rick Ray gave on the Southeastern Co