Ray Spalding

Ray Spalding Scouting Report

April 30, 2018 R. C. Harris 0

Ray Spalding is a long, athletic four, who excels on the defensive end of the floor, and is slowly evolving into a reliable scorer as well. He produces where you would expect a mobile, 6-foot-10 player with a 7-foot-6 wingspan to produce – around the basket. He rebounds and blocks shots. He is a terrific target on cuts to the basket, finishes impressively above the rim, and has a post game that is shaping up nicely.

Coach's Clipboard

Should They Stay or Should They Go?

April 19, 2018 R. C. Harris 0

The NBA’s deadline for early entries declaring for the draft is fast approaching (April 22).  Many have already declared or announced that they are staying in school, and this year, like every year, I am surprised by some of the decisions because the chances for failure appear to far outweigh the chances for success. Of course, it is not fair of me to judge anyone’s [ . . . ]

Trae Young

Notes from the First Four Weeks

December 8, 2017 R. C. Harris 0

The college basketball season started just four weeks ago, and we have already seen some amazing hoops. The usual holiday events were bolstered this season by the 16-team PK80 mega tournament. In the “Motion Bracket” of the PK80, the final four alone (Duke, Florida, Gonzaga, and Texas) produced three overtime games and a thrilling championship, with Duke overcoming a 17-point deficit to beat Florida by [ . . . ]