Kylor Kelley

Kylor Kelley Scouting Report

July 30, 2020 Lee Branscome 0

Every draft class has its own unique storylines behind the individual players. This year is no exception, and Kylor Kelley certainly brings his own interesting tale to the table. The seven-foot senior hails from the bustling metropolis of Gervais, Oregon, which boasts a population of 2,748 and is approximately 30 miles south of Portland.  Lackluster academic performance, health issues and a need for physical maturation [ . . . ]

Nico Mannion

Overrated Prospects

July 20, 2020 Riley Millette 0

Everyone gets excited around draft time. There’s so much talent entering the pool that we sometimes get carried away talking about our favorite guys who we followed throughout their college careers. As a result, we can get overzealous and hype up a player who may not be all we think he is.  Don’t get me wrong, I’m guilty too. But sometimes it helps to think, [ . . . ]

Isaac Okoro

Cavaliers’ Needs and Possible Picks

July 17, 2020 Brayden Todd 0

If Cavs fans were expecting a drama-free environment in Cleveland after LeBron’s escape to LA, then they were wrong. This season was a rollercoaster, but instead of fighting for playoff seeding, Cleveland was fighting for lottery balls. Between John Beilein’s numerous trip-ups, Kevin Love’s outbursts, and unexpected trades, the Cavs found themselves in the center of attention more often than anticipated. There are plenty of [ . . . ]

Daniel Orturu

Underrated Prospects

July 14, 2020 Toyloy Brown III 0

Predicting the college and college-aged prospects to become successful NBA players is an imperfect science. Going through years of past drafts can be maddening when you see how low some successful players were selected in contrast to how high guys who only had a cup of coffee in the league were picked. For the 2020 NBA Draft, the jobs of general managers and scouts are [ . . . ]

Jonah Radebaugh

Jonah Radebaugh Interview and Highlights

July 9, 2020 Toyloy Brown III 0

Jonah Radebaugh of the University of Northern Colorado was interviewed by Richard Harris and I about his pro prospects and his illustrious college career. The 23-year-old redshirted as a freshman and was a four-year starter for the Bears. Radebaugh’s trajectory as a player is uncommon since he was a walk-on, whose initial role was as a defensive stopper and glass cleaner at 6-foot-3, and a [ . . . ]

Jonah Radebaugh

Jonah Radebaugh Scouting Report

July 7, 2020 R. C. Harris 0

Jonah Radebaugh’s story is one of patience and hard work finally paying off.  The former walk-on sat out his first season as a redshirt, and for the next three seasons, he served as the team’s defensive stopper, while occasionally contributing outside shooting and crashing the boards on both ends of the court.  Over that 99-game span, he averaged nearly as many rebounds per game (5.9) [ . . . ]