3 Potential Kyrie Irving Trades That Could Actually Keep LeBron in Cleveland

Now hold on, I’m not saying the Cavs should trade Kyrie. But if he truly wants to be somewhere else, there is no reason to try to force it. Kyrie might be afraid that LeBron leaves, and for that I can’t blame him for wanting to set himself up for the long-term. If he’s just … Continue reading 3 Potential Kyrie Irving Trades That Could Actually Keep LeBron in Cleveland

Top 100 College Basketball Players for the 2017-2018 Season

Prior to this, my top 100 college basketball players was counted down in increments of 10. But I thought it might be best to reveal the entire list in one post. These rankings are based on talent and anticipated production. As of now, these are the top 100 college basketball players for the 2017-2018 year. … Continue reading Top 100 College Basketball Players for the 2017-2018 Season

Top 100 College Basketball Players for the 2017-2018 Season: 81-90

The Rest of Top 100: 91-100 90. Devin Sibley (Furman, Senior Guard) There is a reason why Sibley was an honorable mention AP All-American. The reigning Southern Conference Player of the Year is a dangerous scoring weapon and leader for Furman. Sibley was the focus of opponents’ scouting reports and still managed to score 17.7 … Continue reading Top 100 College Basketball Players for the 2017-2018 Season: 81-90

Top 100 College Basketball Players for the 2017-2018 Season: 91-100

The countdown for the top 100 players in college basketball for the 2017-2018 season has begun. These rankings are based on talent and anticipated production. With every significant recruit or transfer finding a home, there is enough information to talk about the top players for the upcoming season. 100. Killian Tillie (Gonzaga, Sophomore Forward) Tille … Continue reading Top 100 College Basketball Players for the 2017-2018 Season: 91-100

Dear GarPax, It’s Time to Resign

On Thursday, the front office of the Chicago Bulls decided to deal All-NBA forward Jimmy Butler and Justin Patton (16th pick) to the Timberwolves for Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn, and Lauri Markkanen (7th pick). Normally I would talk about an organization and the front office as a unified group, but fans and players of the … Continue reading Dear GarPax, It’s Time to Resign

3 Things I Love and Hate About the Top 30 Players In the Draft

These are essentially mini-scouting reports for the top 30 NBA Draft prospects. Here are some of the good and bad traits that some will take into the draft. My final list of the top 100 prospects in the draft can be found here. 1. Markelle Fultz (Washington PG) Scoring ability. He has a great pull-up … Continue reading 3 Things I Love and Hate About the Top 30 Players In the Draft

NBA Mock Draft 3.0

This is easily the most star studded draft class since the 2003 Draft. There are a lot of solid rotational players with a bevy of prospects capable of turning into franchise building blocks. Here is my final 2017 NBA Mock Draft. My first two mock drafts were Mock Draft 1.0 and Mock Draft 2.0. First … Continue reading NBA Mock Draft 3.0

Which State Could Create the Best College Basketball Team?

There’s always a debate about which state breeds the best basketball players. If a state could create a college basketball team of amateur players from within their borders, which state would win the National Championship? This discussion looks at current college and high school players. By taking away professional players, this gives a look at … Continue reading Which State Could Create the Best College Basketball Team?

Top 50 College Basketball Teams For 2017-2018: 1-25

There will be a lot of talent in college basketball this year, with no clear favorite. As of now, only a couple significant freshmen and transfers are still on the market, so there shouldn't be too much deviation as the summer approaches. These are my top 25 college basketball teams for next season. 25. Texas … Continue reading Top 50 College Basketball Teams For 2017-2018: 1-25