Looking over this draft class, it seems to be one of the more deep classes in recent memory. This is a great year to need big men, such as power forwards and centers. Before we do get into this list, please note that this is a big board, and not a Mock Draft. 1- Zion … Continue reading NBA Draft: Top 50 Prospects
Jaxson Hayes, 6-11 big man, was a 4 Star recruit coming out of high school and well, he played like it his freshman year at Texas. Hayes averaged 10 PPG, 5 RPG, 0.3 APG and 2.2 BPG while shooting 73% from the field. He's one of the better prospects in this draft, and I expect … Continue reading Jaxson Hayes Scouting Report
After being a role-player his freshman season at Texas Tech, Jarrett Culver turned into an elite, all-around prospect in this draft. Experts have him in the Top 10, but I personally believe he is a Top 5 pick Thursday. Culver averaged 18.5 PPG, 6.4 RPG, 3.7 APG and 1.5 SPG on 46% shooting from the … Continue reading Jarrett Culver Scouting Report
Before this last season, RJ Barrett was once seen as the clear-cut favorite to be the #1 pick in Thursday's draft. A lot has changed in a year, but RJ is still an elite prospect. The 6-7, Canadian averaged 22.6 PPG, 7.6 RPG, and 4.3 APG while shooting 45% from the field and 30% from … Continue reading RJ Barrett Scouting Report
Next up in the Scouting Reports, we have Ja Morant, the 6-3 Point Guard of Murray State. Morant came into the year not seen as a draft prospect and is now set to go 2nd overall Thursday night. Morant averaged 24.5 PPG, 5.7 RPG, 10 APG, 1.8 SPG, and a terrible 5.2 turnovers per game. … Continue reading Ja Morant Scouting Report
With the 2019 NBA Draft coming up this Thursday, I think we need to look at some of the top prospects and see how they can translate to the next level. As we get closer to the Draft, we'll start going through scouting reports of the best players in this draft. Today, we are starting … Continue reading Zion Williamson Scouting Report
Score is 76-73, Duke needs 3 to win. Zion Takes the ball and drives in for the lay up, and draws a foul, and One. Zion in one of his most important free throws in his young career. He misses it, but RJ Barret comes up and with the rebound and lays it in. 77-76 … Continue reading Duke survives UCF
LSU survives against Maryland after Maryland makes a comeback. LSU started off hot and took a lead that they would lose until there were only five minutes left in the game. Both teams were coming of big first round games where they were both almost upset. Maryland barely edged out Belmont and LSU was almost … Continue reading LSU Wins at the Buzzer!
With the clock ticking down, Harris passed on an open layup and kicked out to wide-open teammate Terrel Brown, who was spotted up for the game-winner behind the arc. Brown was fouled as he took the shot, but missed two of three free throws with 1.1 seconds left, and New Mexico State fell 78-77. Auburn went … Continue reading Auburn survives near scare against New Mexico State.
As we all know, Selection Sunday was this past Sunday. 11 different conferences were given at least two or more teams. The Big Ten led with eight teams in the tournament. followed by the ACC with 7, the SEC with 7, the Big 12 with 6, the American with 4, the Big East with 4, … Continue reading Big Ten in the Big Dance!