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The Mid-Morning Dump - 3/21/14

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DREAMY IS FAST. Big time graduate transfer Anthony Lee has already set up a visit to Iowa State after the tournament is over.

AND READY FOR THE NBA. Steve Kerr says that Fred Hoiberg can go to the NBA whenever he chooses to.

KIRK'S PREVIEW. If you're looking for a numbers driven preview of NC Central, Kirk Haaland has you covered.

PRACTICE NOTES. MBB Central has interviews from practice and the official press conference from San Antonio.

SCOTT DREW LOVES IOWA STATE. As he did after Iowa State's victory in Ames at the beginning of the Big 12 season, the timeout king says the Cyclones are contenders for a national title.

JAY WILLIAMS LOVES IOWA STATE. The former Duke star professes his love for the Fightin' Hoibergs.

BUT ARE THEY REALLY A CONTENDER? Travis Hines looks into Drew and Williams' claims.

CATCHING UP WITH MCDERMOTT. Chris Williams catches up with the Creighton coach in San Antonio.

BUT NO ICE CREAM WITH BUBU. Dad wouldn't let Doug McDermott leave the team hotel to go hang out with high school pal Bubu Palo.

BEST WISHES TO THE MOTON FAMILY. NCCU coach LeVelle Moton will be flying solo at the tourney after his son had a freak coffee burn accident.

MCCARNEY SIGNS EXTENSION. Dan McCarney signed his five year extension yesterday at North Texas.

DAYTON BE TROLLING. THE University of Dayton.

THE BEST AND WORST OF DAY ONE. Beach Craft and Ridley's putback highlight an incredible first day of the tournament.

TRANSFORMING HARVARD. How Tommy Amaker changed Harvard basketball, who upset Cincy yesterday.

AND THOSE BISON... A friendly reminder that the very upset-minded North Dakota Staters are football team is coming to Ames next season.