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

Elite Returning Sophomores Improve, But Their Teams Are A Toss-Up

It’s always difficult to count out a Tom Izzo-led team. One that returns a top 15 recruit for a sophomore encore, however, is one that’s impossible to ignore. That’s what Izzo has in store for his 2018 Michigan State Spartans. Miles Bridges, the #12 recruit from the class of 2017 (according to 247Sports), and three… Read More Elite Returning Sophomores Improve, But Their Teams Are A Toss-Up

If College Basketball Video Games Still Existed, These Players Would’ve Landed On The Cover

Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving was named cover athlete of the newest installment of the NBA 2K video game series earlier this month. Way back when, Electronic Arts once carried a college basketball video game, NCAA March Madness (which later changed to NCAA Basketball in 2009), first hitting the shelves with a cover athlete in 1998. Former Wake Forest… Read More If College Basketball Video Games Still Existed, These Players Would’ve Landed On The Cover