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Players that should return to school next year

Almost 95 percent of college athletes want to advance to the NBA, while only about one percent actually make it. Some players have good seasons (or a few games) and think they are league ready. While other are not, but still try their hand at the next level when they aren’t yet ready. Here are a few players (for one reason or another)... Read More
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Who is more NBA ready right now, Jayson Tatum or Josh Jackson?

As March Madness begins to push towards it much anticipated conclusion, basketball fan’s sights will begin to shift towards the NBA playoffs and the upcoming draft. While players like Markelle Fultz and Lonzo Ball will undoubtedly be fighting for the right to be chosen first, this is turning out to be one of the most loaded draft classes in recent... Read More
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ACC Player of the Year: Jabari Parker or Marcus Paige?

The rivalry between North Carolina and Duke is arguably the most storied rivalry in the history of college hoops. There is no love lost between the two teams that are separated by just eight miles. Each year one, if not both of these teams are in contention to win the ACC, but this year they will not being playing for... Read More
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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
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Pre-Season Top-15 Predictions

    1. Michigan State Spartans When Gary Harris and Adreian Payne both decided to spurn the NBA and return to school, SpartyNation and coach Tom Izzo were overjoyed. With Harris and Payne now in tow, Izzo has most of his core back in Lansing.  The team did, however, lose Derrick Nix, who was the second leading rebounder on the... Read More
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