Former five-star prospect Malik Newman surprised everyone when he decided to transfer from Mississippi State. Now that the Bulldogs are in the rear view, Newman has started to narrow down his list and take some visit.
I think when it comes to getting college basketball players ready for the NBA, Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari would be at the top of that list. That is why many of the top high school recruits every year have Kentucky on their short list of teams they might commit too.
Kentucky’s Tyler Ulis reportedly dealing with pretty significant hip issue, which could hurt draft stock
With the NBA Draft just a week away, teams are starting to narrow down their list of players that they could potentially select. At this point of the draft process, teams are bringing players in to have private workouts and let their doctors do some evaluations.
As many of you may know, the Philadelphia 76ers holds the No. 1 pick in next week’s NBA Draft. There also has been plenty of speculation that the 76ers plan to select LSU forward Ben Simmons with that pick.
Five Star guard Terrance Ferguson reportedly considering not enrolling at Arizona, might play overseas instead
There really haven’t been too many complaints about the rule the NBA enforced, which makes a high school senior have to play one year of college basketball. But every now and then, you get that one recruit that wants no part of college and would rather find an alternative.
Every year at the end of the NBA regular season, you always hear many current and former head coaches names linked to multiple job openings. Kansas Jayhawks head coach Bill Self saw his name linked to a few jobs, but doesn’t understand why.
As many looked ahead to the 2016 college basketball season, many expected Mississippi State to be one of the best teams. Those expectations grew higher after when Malik Newman decided to come back to school for his sophomore season.
Going into the 2015 college basketball season, it was common knowledge that the Cal Bears had two players that were potential lottery picks in the NBA Draft. Freshmen Jaylen Brown and Ivan Rabb were highly recruited players in high school and many expected them to be one and done players.
If you watched any college basketball this season, I’m sure you have heard about Oklahoma Sooners guard Buddy Hield. In my opinion, Hield was the best player in college basketball this season and many have said that he will be a top ten pick in this year’s draft.
Things are starting to heat up for Duke freshmen Derryck Thornton since he announced that he was transferring. It has been reported that Kansas Jayhawks head coach Bill Self met with Thornton earlier this week.