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LSU Athletics has confirmed that the Men's Basketball team will participate in the 2014 Paradise Jam in the US Virgin Islands taking place the week before Thanksgiving, Nov. 21-24. Per the Virginislandsdailynews.com,
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ST. THOMAS - Clemson, Louisiana State and Seton Hall will headline next winter's Paradise Jam men's basketball tournament at the University of the Virgin Islands, while the women's field will be highlighted once again by some of the biggest names in the country.

The field will be formally announced next week, but the teams have been confirmed by promoter Basketball Travelers Inc.

Gardner Webb, Illinois State, Nevada, Old Dominion and Weber State will round out the men's field.
LSU is currently the top-rated team in next season's event.
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scheduling a team trip during the summer where they play teams overseas in australia would be nice.
Reply44 months
They should schedule a series of games in Australia to help future recruiting.
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