Wednesday Morning Glass of Juice: College Basketball News & Notes June 25th, 2013

This one's for you, Dad. - Andy Lyons

Happy Wednesday, Juicers. After a busy Monday night that prevented a Tuesday Glass of Juice from happening, we have a bunch of news for you today, including Seton Hall recruiting updates.

Seton Hall has offered 2015 Myles Stephens

The staff offered him while on a visit on Monday. Myles, who plays at Pennington School (N.J.) previously held offers from academic powerhouses Columbia, Holy Cross, Princeton, and Yale.

Following Stephens' visit on Monday, 2014 forward Terry Larrier (Phelps School, Pa.) visited yesterday. 2014 guard Robert Johnson was scheduled to visit either yesterday or today.

The new Big East circus rolls on - ESPN

The 'new' Big East officially begins next Monday, but the conference is without a commish. Dana O'Neil weighs in.

Aquille Carr Offered Contract by Tracy McGrady’s Chinese Team - SLAM Online

Sorry, I had to. China, South Orange, whats the difference?

Replay use expanded in hoops

Some very notable rule changes that have to deal with replays, how charges/blocks are called, etc. What do you guys think?

Luke Hancock loses inspirational father to cancer - SI.com

Short yet great piece on the Luke & Bill Hancock story. If you don't know what I'm talking about, definitely click above.

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