Grand Canyon basketball hopes to use CBI as springboard into next season
Nothing comes easy in the postseason, even playing in what many would call a small consolation prize for getting to the edge of reaching the NCAA Tournament.
Less than 24 hours after having its dancing shoes snatched away by New Mexico State in the final of the Western Athletic Conference Tournament, Grand Canyon officially accepted an invitation to play in the 16-team College Basketball Invitational.
GCU's body of work wasn't strong (a 151 RPI ranking) enough to gain one of the 32 spots in the next-best National Invitation Tournament.
But the Antelopes (22-11), who were in their first... read more
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