It was assumed that the Minnesota Timberwolves would struggle this season. But with those struggles would come improvement from a season ago. Early on the Wolves weren’t a good team, but they were at least fun to watch as there was always an abundance of energy. Now the Wolves look like they’ve checked out, and taken leaps backwards from the progression they showed in … [Read more...] about Minnesota Timberwolves’ 2011 NBA Draft Options
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The Connecticut Huskies have quietly been the surprise of the season. Butler and VCU are the surprises of the tournament, yes, but no one expected this out of Connecticut. This season has been full of surprises, but there hasn’t been one bigger than the progression of the Connecticut Huskies. The team went through the Jim Calhoun recruiting violations and his possible … [Read more...] about Who Really Thought the UConn Huskies Would Get Here?
Depending on how you define "mid-major" and "high major," the leading scorer in all of college basketball usually doesn't come from a high-major power conference. Houston's Aubrey Coleman took home the honor last year. And going back to 1998-99 (take a look at the list here), I guarantee you've never heard of any of the scoring champions, other than Davidson's Stephen Curry in … [Read more...] about Nation’s Leading Scorer (UConn’s Kemba Walker) Badly Needs Help
by: David Kay The 2009 NBA Draft was all about the point guards. 11 were drafted in the first round and that doesn't count Tyreke Evans who will likely run the point in Sacramento. However, the balance of power will sway in the 2010 Draft as the point guard class will likely be very weak. In-coming Kentucky freshman John Wall will be the cream of the crop and should be … [Read more...] about 2010 Point Guard Prospects