For many sports fans, March signifies the beginning of an unpredictable postseason of college hoops. Hours of research will be spent on what team to pick only to result in a busted bracket and loss of money. That’s where we step in. Richard Harris and I have taken the liberty of divvying up the teams into four groups: High seeds (1-4) that will make an [ . . . ]
It’s not often that a player’s draft stock improves following a season-ending injury, but that’s reality for Vanderbilt freshman guard Darius Garland. Garland, a 6-foot-2 point guard, tore his left meniscus two minutes into the first half against Kent State on November 23. Coming into his fifth game of the season, the five-star point guard and McDonald’s All-American had led Vanderbilt to a perfect 4-0 [ . . . ]
When I think of Dean Wade, the first word that comes to mind is understated. He is quietly productive on the floor. He is certainly not brash anywhere at any time. And despite being one of the most productive players in the history of Kansas State basketball, not many NBA analysts are giving him strong consideration for this year’s draft. The good news for Wade [ . . . ]
It’s been nearly a year since we last saw Jontay Porter play in an official game. To be exact, his last outing was on March 16, 2018 vs. Florida State, as Porter and his Missouri teammates were knocked out in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Porter reclassified to play with his more highly touted brother Michael at Mizzou, and despite being a very [ . . . ]
Any man who is almost a half-foot shorter than his father would seemingly have little chance to be a professional basketball player, but if you are the son of 7-foot-7 Manute Bol, who was a rim-protecting specialist in the NBA from 1985 to 1995, it’s a different story. The son, 7-foot-2 Bol Bol, not only should play in the NBA, but also should be a [ . . . ]
Brendan O’Sullivan gives a midseason State of the Association for the NBA, projecting the order for finish for every team.