@ Justin Carter

Justin Carter is a freelance women's basketball writer for Dave Campbell's Texas Basketball. Carter holds a PhD in English from the University of North Texas and a B.A. in English from the University of Houston. In addition to his DCTB work, Justin is the NBA editor and an NFL analyst for RotoBaller and covers the WNBA for W-Insidr.

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ISO Spotlight: Scouting Lauren Cox for the WNBA

Here at Dave Campbell's Texas Basketball, we've spent all season watching and discussing women's basketball around the state so we wanted to make use of all the research and tape breakdowns we've been doing, which is why we've identified some of the Texas players who might get drafted and will be breaking down their game and how they'll work at the next level.

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The 2019-20 DCTB Women's Basketball Awards

The 2019-20 college basketball season should have ended on April 5 in New Orleans, in a championship game that could have featured the defending national champion Baylor Lady Bears, but the spread of the COVID-19 virus has forced the cancelation of sporting events around the country, including the men's and women's NCAA Tournaments.

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Baylor's going to win the Big 12 Tournament, right?

Among the largest NCAA athletic conferences, the Big 12 is the one with the most in-state representation, as it features four teams: Baylor, Texas, TCU, and Texas Tech. Other conferences  — the Southland, for instance —feature more Texas teams, but of the heavy-hitter conferences, the Big 12 is our state's conference.

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What To Watch For In The Mid-Major Tournaments

Last weekend, only two college basketball conferences with Texas teams — the American and the SEC — had conference tournaments, which gave us a chance to go long on what to expect in those tournaments. This week is a little different, as all of the other conferences compete in their tournaments.

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THIS GAME: Fairfield’s come-from-behind win over Argyle

At some point in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s 4A state championship game between Fairfield and Argyle, I started sending all of my live tweets in all-caps, because what had started out as a dominant Argyle performance had shifted, and as Fairfield’s relent press started to ease them back into the game, it became clear that this wasn’t just a normal basketball game.

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Standout Players from Girls UIL State Championships 2019-20

On Saturday, Dave Campbell’s Texas Basketball went down to the San Antonio for the UIL Basketball State Championships. Over the course of six games, we saw a lot of great performances from a lot of great players. Let’s shine the spotlight on some of those outstanding showings—win or lose—from the first four games of the day.