NCAAB 

Polarizing Narratives Surround Wiggins

A few months ago, Andrew Wiggins was considered, in many circles, as the best pro prospect to appear on the national scene in quite some time. Whether or not he was a better high school player than Kevin Durant or Derrick Rose was missing the point.  The fact of the matter was that Wiggins was a generational talent blessed with... Read More
NCAAB 

Early Season Impressions

On Tuesday night, the nation got to see the best group of freshman that the college game has to offer and it’s  fair to say that viewers were not left disappointed. -Fabulous freshman stetting the stage for what is to come: With a bevy of scouts and basketball luminaries in attendance, Julius Randle put on a second half show, bouldering... Read More
NCAAB 

What We’ve Learned from the Champions Classic

College basketball is back and has kicked off in a big way! Monday night starting at 11 p.m. ESPN launched its annual 24 hours of college basketball, where games are played throughout the late/early hours of the morning and throughout the day. The big matchups at the end of the marathon of games were headlined by four top five teams.... Read More
NCAAB 

College Basketball Freshmen: Magic Number?

All of the hype at the start of the college basketball season is going to the freshmen. Kentucky’s McDonald’s All-Americans and Kansas’s Andrew Wiggins are the two major examples of first-year players poised to make an immediate impact on their teams. While many (including yours truly) are picking the Kentucky Wildcats to win the national championship, does John Calipari’s team... Read More
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