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Wisconsin Badgers non-conference basketball schedule released

The Wisconsin Badgers men’s basketball team will go in to the 2014-15 season as one of the most talked about teams in the country. It will also be a team that will not shy away from a challenge either, at least that’s what the non-conference schedule tells us. “Every year it’s our goal to put […]

Hayes' start at UW couldn't have been any better.

Badgers basketball gets UAB in 1st round of Battle 4 Atlantis

ESPN began revealing the brackets for most major college basketball tournament on Tuesday, and among that group was the Battle 4 Atlantis—which the Wisconsin Badgers will participate in this season. In revealing the bracket, Wisconsin found out it will face UAB in the first round of the tournament. Considering names like Butler, Florida, Georgetown, Oklahoma, […]


Wisconsin Badgers men’s basketball receive Final Four rings (pics)

While we are all paying attention to the Wisconsin Badgers football program, the men’s basketball program decided to sneak one in on us as well. The team had practice on Monday and were presented their rings for making the Final Four last season. Here’s the video of it happening after practice: and another look at […]

Frank Kaminsky

Frank Kaminsky named best returning player in College Basketball

Wisconsin basketball is riding a wave of unprecedented popularity following its run to the 2014 Final Four. However, pundits haven’t always been in love with the Badgers and so when CBS Sports’ Seth Davis named UW’s own Frank Kaminsky as the best returning player in College Basketball it was a little more than surprising. Kaminsky […]

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Brust, Taylor added to Milwaukee Bucks Summer League roster

The Milwaukee Bucks announced its official 2014 NBA Summer League roster on Thursday, and it will be a Badger backcourt reunion. Recently graduated shooting guard Ben Brust and his former backcourt mate Jordan Taylor were both invited to be part of the team heading to Las Vegas. Milwaukee’s opening game will be July 11th and […]


Badgers basketball confirms 2 walk-ons added to 2014 class

Wisconsin comes in to 2014 with just one scholarship player added to the roster (Ethan Happ). However, on Monday the Badgers made long-rumored walk-on prospects Matt Ferris and T.J. Schlundt officially part of the team. Both hail from Wisconsin, with Ferris attending Appleton Xavier and Schlundt attending both Oconomowoc and St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy. Schlundt became […]


Badgers vs. Marquette basketball set for B1G Championship Saturday…again

In what feels like an annual tradition as of late, it appears Wisconsin will take on rival Marquette on the same Saturday as the Big Ten football championship game. At least, that was the hint given by Marquette’s basketball twitter account earlier on Tuesday: UW and the Golden Eagles (is that what they are called […]


Our best Badger basketball team of all-time

Oh @ballislife — who knew you’d start a firestorm of copycats with your $15 all-time NBA roster challenge. Well, the folks in the communications department at UW decided to throw out the gauntlet to us as well. OK, so naturally you suckered us in here at MTB. Who would be my starting five? Well, for […]

Bo Ryan

Vosters named director of basketball operations by UW

Wisconsin didn’t have to go far to find it’s newest director of basketball operations, as the perfect candidate was on staff all along. After four years as a member of the program, including last season as a program assistant, Bo Ryan hired Katherine Vosters on Friday. “Kat has been a valuable member of our staff […]

Mar 29, 2014; Anaheim, CA, USA; Wisconsin Badgers players celebrate after overtime in the finals of the west regional of the 2014 NCAA Mens Basketball Championship tournament against the Arizona Wildcats at Honda Center. The Badgers defeated the Wildcats 64-63. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

How Will the Final Four Run Affect Wisconsin Recruiting?

We’ve all heard the old sing and dance. Yes, the Badgers win basketball games, but it isn’t pretty. They win using a slow tempo offense that rewards non-athletic players that don’t turn the ball over. This type of play works in the Big Ten conference, but once they have to play more athletic teams in […]


Big Ten vs. Big East in Gavitt Tipoff Games made official

Dave Gavitt’s service to the game of basketball at all levels can not be questioned, but one of his greatest visions was never realized until after his passing. That’s because Gavitt always thought the game of college basketball didn’t do a good enough job opening up its season. “We are excited to honor Dave Gavitt […]