Top 10 NBA and College Basketball Stories of 2018

It was a very eventful year for college basketball and the NBA. Here are the main takeaways and storylines of the year.   1. Derrick Rose Rising Again This is one of the best sports’ stories of the year. A lot of people wrote Derrick Rose off. I didn’t think he would ever play with … Continue reading Top 10 NBA and College Basketball Stories of 2018

Why I Refuse to Give Up on Markelle Fultz

Broken jump shot. Broken confidence. Overrated. Bust. Lost cause. Time to move on. I've heard all of these descriptions of the top pick in the loaded 2017 draft class. And frankly, I'm tired of it. Because Markelle Fultz is going to prove that he will surpass your expectations and keep working for his own. After … Continue reading Why I Refuse to Give Up on Markelle Fultz

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 Round … Continue reading NBA Mock Draft 3.0

NBA Mock Draft 1.0

The draft order is finally set, so it's time for the first official mock draft. Players who have yet to sign an agent that I think should return to school are not considered (i.e. Moe Wagner, Tony Bradley, D.J. Wilson, Andrew Jones, etc.) First Round:   Markelle Fultz (Washington, Fr. PG) Fultz is a dynamic offensive … Continue reading NBA Mock Draft 1.0