Expanding the NCAA Tournament to 72 teams can be a good thing, here’s why?

The ACC proposed a 72 team field for the NCAA Tournament and essentially everyone was opposed to the idea of the NCAA Tournament adding even more teams. Most say that you will add more bad teams that weren't deserving of making the NCAA Tournament and while teams 69-72 do have worse resumes, there isn't that... Continue Reading →

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NBA Mock Draft: Updated May 18th 2018

The Draft order is officially set, as the Suns won the NBA Draft Lottery and will now hold the top pick in this years NBA Draft. The NBA combine also has begun, with many players either impressing in the scrimmages or by their measurements, here is my latest NBA Mock Draft to reflect any recent... Continue Reading →

Offseason Power Rankings: Week Six

Fans seemed to like me projecting each teams roster for next season so once again I will be projecting each teams roster. There are only a few minor developments since last week but with only two weeks left until the final NBA Draft decisions are made, I am continuing my offseason Power Rankings, so here... Continue Reading →

Offseason Power Rankings: Week Five

This week I am going to format my Power Rankings a little different, showing the projected rosters for each team. Here is my latest offseason power rankings, which will show projected rotation for each team next year. 1.Villanova Wildcats: PG: Jahvon Quinerly SG: Phil Booth SF: Donte DiVincenzo PF: Eric Paschall C: Omari Spellman Key... Continue Reading →

NBA Mock Draft: Updated May 3rd, 2018

Since my last mock draft, there have been no real updates surrounding the Draft order. That being said, some prospects seem to be gaining some traction of late. With those things being said, here's my latest NBA Mock Draft to reflect any recent developments. First Round:¬† 1.Pheonix Suns: Deandre Ayton 7'0 Center Arizona 2.Memphis Grizzlies:... Continue Reading →

Offseason Power Rankings: Week Four

While this past week has been mostly quiet, with only a couple of draft and transfer decisions¬†being made to impact my rankings, I am promising to bring a new Power Rankings each week until after the NBA Draft decision deadline, where all College players will have to make a decision to either enter the NBA... Continue Reading →

Offseason Power Rankings: Week Three

Last week marked the last week that players could declare for the NBA Draft, which means no more surprise draft decisions that could impact rankings. With still some big names that are still testing the draft waters, it will be about a month until we know exactly what everyone's roster will look like. That being... Continue Reading →

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