Potential Trades Before The NBA Deadline

It’s getting to that time of the year when trade rumors are flying around the NBA. Here are some trades that I think could benefit the agendas of the teams involved.   Denver Nuggets receive: Dennis Schroder Atlanta Hawks receive: Kenneth Faried and Emmanuel Mudiay Denver finally gets a proven lead guard in Schroder and … Continue reading Potential Trades Before The NBA Deadline

Top 50 College Basketball Teams

There have already been a lot of upsets in conference play, but I’ve seen enough to make my judgements on the best teams in the country. This isn’t based solely on who’s been hot or who has struggled so far, rather on who I think are overall the top 50 teams in college basketball for … Continue reading Top 50 College Basketball Teams

These NBA Prospects Are A Year or Two Away From Shooting Up Draft Boards

Some players could benefit greatly from waiting another year or two before entering the draft in 2019 or 2020. Though a number of these guys have a serious chance to be selected in this year’s draft if they leave, waiting a year or two could give them the chance to shine in a larger role … Continue reading These NBA Prospects Are A Year or Two Away From Shooting Up Draft Boards

Midseason College Basketball Awards for National Awards and Power Conferences

As I said at the beginning of the year, there are a number of my preseason award predictions that were way off. Most notably underestimating the effect that Trae Young would have on college basketball. With conference play approaching, I am going to update my preseason predictions on the national awards and individual conference awards … Continue reading Midseason College Basketball Awards for National Awards and Power Conferences

NBA Mock Draft 2018

After seeing how most of the top NBA prospects have looked so far this year, here is an early look at an NBA mock draft. The draft order is based on the records of NBA teams as of November 25th. The full list of my top 100 NBA prospects as of now can be found … Continue reading NBA Mock Draft 2018

What I Learned From The First Couple Days of NBA Games

Lonzo is who I thought he was. Boston’s season isn’t over. The “OK3” should have the Warriors shook. These are just a few of the takeaways after every team has played at least one game. Lonzo Ball Disappointed Many, But Showed Who He Is Ball had a very underwhelming debut, scoring only 3 points while … Continue reading What I Learned From The First Couple Days of NBA Games

Best 2018 Recruiting Classes

The full top 100 rankings for the 2018 recruiting class can be found in a link below. The class rankings are based on current verbal commits. Top 100 Recruits 1. North Carolina Commits: Nassir Little (5-Star Small Forward, 7th Overall) Rechon Black (5-Star Small Forward, 19th Overall) Coby White (4-Star Point Guard, 23rd Overall The … Continue reading Best 2018 Recruiting Classes

Preseason College Basketball Awards for National Awards and Power Conferences

Before any games are played, here are my predictions for who will win the national awards and individual awards in the ACC, Big East, Big 10, Big 12, Pac-12, and SEC. Assuming everyone stays healthy and players progress throughout the year as I anticipate, this is how I expect voting to go for these awards. … Continue reading Preseason College Basketball Awards for National Awards and Power Conferences

Preseason Predictions: 2018 NBA Mock Draft

With most college basketball teams officially starting practice next week, here is a preseason 2018 NBA Mock Draft that reflects how I think the draft will look as of right now. 1. Michael Porter (SF Missouri, Fr.) Porter is the most talented offensive player in the nation. He’s a legitimate playmaker on the wing at … Continue reading Preseason Predictions: 2018 NBA Mock Draft