I am doing a little research on previous drafts, trying to figure out which players will be successful in the NBA. Here is today's post about NBA Draft Don'ts. … [Read more...] about NBA Draft: Don’t draft No Orange “Heeled” Fighting Illini
This should be one of the most highly anticipated series since the Los Angeles Lakers v. Boston Celtics NBA Finals in 2010. Rarely do we get an extremely intriguing Conference Finals. We will get both on Sunday when the Oklahoma City Thunder visit the San Antonio Spurs in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals. There is so much to look forward to in this series, so let's get … [Read more...] about NBA Playoffs: Thunder v. Spurs preview
When you see what destruction the San Antonio Spurs have done this season, and so far in the playoffs, it's not crazy to admit that this team is very good. Actually, they are great. Gregg Popovich has managed a roster filled with veterans and youth. They have depth, experience, talent, and leadership. So just how great is this team? … [Read more...] about How Good Are The Spurs? One of the Best Teams, ever?
By Paul M. Banks In the NBA Draft, lying is the only truth. NBA GMs often tell the media they’ll be focusing on guards with their draft choices. Before they say they’re focusing on forwards. Or maybe centers. Others just go the “best player available” route. In this environment of doublespeak, it’s good to focus on need when attempting to predict where a team will go. And … [Read more...] about Bulls Draft Moving Forward?
By Paul M. Banks In 2006, Joakim Noah, Al Horford, and Corey Brewer all decided to return to Florida in hopes of winning back-to-back national titles, a feat that came to fruition. Last summer, North Carolina faced a similar situation. The Tar Heels saw sophomores Ty Lawson and Wayne Ellington, and junior Danny Green declare for the NBA Draft, but later pull their names … [Read more...] about UNC Quartet helped NBA Draft Stock by returning to School