The 2017 NBA Draft Class Is One Of The Youngest Ever

Thursday’s NBA Draft went as most would imagine:  For the second consecutive year, a player from a non-NCAA Tournament team was selected first overall, Bulls superstar Jimmy Butler was shipped out of town, LaVar Ball made another public cameo, and the Knicks swooped up another European hooper in the lottery. What separates the 2017 draft… Read More The 2017 NBA Draft Class Is One Of The Youngest Ever

Looking To Host A Non-Conference Game? Don’t Ask Brey, Coach K

Don’t be alarmed by the lack of quality non-conference games that have been announced this spring. Most coaches just aren’t willing to play in other teams’ buildings anymore. Using KenPom’s tier system, I recorded each power six team’s (ACC, Big 12, Big Ten, Big East, Pac-12, SEC) non-conference schedule from the past five seasons. In… Read More Looking To Host A Non-Conference Game? Don’t Ask Brey, Coach K

Missouri Won’t Be More Than A Bubble Team In 2018

Missouri fans have long awaited for positive basketball results. With the welcoming of former California head coach Cuonzo Martin and a top 10 recruiting class, Missouri has the SEC on watch for the 2017-18 campaign. Ex-Washington Husky commit and five-star forward Michael Porter – the first unanimous #1 247Sports recruit since Kansas’ Andrew Wiggins – has… Read More Missouri Won’t Be More Than A Bubble Team In 2018

There Has Never Been A Better Draft Class For Shooters

NBA general managers have never had a better opportunity to draft quality shooters. This month, Washington’s Markelle Fultz (53.5 effective field goal percentage), UCLA’s Lonzo Ball (66.8 eFG%), Kansas’ Josh Jackson (55.2 eFG%) and Kentucky’s Malik Monk (54.3 eFG%) headline one of the most loaded draft classes of this century. It will be much needed, too,… Read More There Has Never Been A Better Draft Class For Shooters