2019 Nike EYBL – Breakout Performers in Dallas

Jalen Terry, The Family Detroit (2020 PG – ESPN #71 – Michigan State Commit) Terry is one of the few committed players in the 2020 class and has been a consistently reliable source of scoring on the EYBL circuit. However, the Michigan State commit took another step forward this weekend in Dallas. The Flint native […]

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2019 Nike EYBL – Underrated Performers in Dallas

Daeshun Ruffin, MEBO Team Hood (2021 PG – Offers: Alabama, Houston, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Auburn and Southern Miss): Simply said, Ruffin knows how to score the basketball. In the 13 games played on the circuit this Summer only 3 have resulted in less than 20 points on the stat sheet. This run includes 4 […]

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2019 Nike EYBL – Top Performers in Dallas

The following are the top performers I personally saw play during the most recent session of the EYBL circuit. Along with the listed players, I will be adding underrated and breakout performers from the weekend in a post tomorrow. Stay tuned! Cade Cunningham & Greg Brown III, Texas Titans: (Cunningham: 2020 CG – ESPN #8 […]

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Recapping Day 2 of the G-League Elite Camp

It was fairly safe to say that more players maintained their draft status after Day 1 as opposed to deflating their stock from a single camp performance. The same can be said of today’s camp results as well. Embed from Getty Images The Little Guys Step Up Big: A trio of undersized point guards (Campbell’s […]

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Pick of the Day – 5/14/2019

I’m deciding to jump back in the game tonight! I haven’t been very active since the NBA playoffs started, but I have certain feelings about the way the Warriors and Trailblazers matchup in this series.  Embed from Getty Images Portland Trailblazers @ Golden State Warriors -7.5, Total 220.5 The defending champion Warriors have played impressively […]

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NBA G-League Elite Camp Recap: Day 1

Day 1 of the NBA’s revamped G-League Elite Camp concluded in Chicago, Illinois today. 40 of the most talented players not selected for the NBA Draft Combine (May 16th-19th) gathered on the campus of Illinois-Chicago, running the same drills expected lottery picks and other top-end draft hopefuls will complete later this week. Looking at the […]

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Is Kyrie Irving’s Departure Imminent?

Embed from Getty Images This season was supposed to be different for the Boston Celtics. After coming up short in the Eastern Conference Finals last year, while missing All-Stars Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward, Boston was unable to outplay LeBron James and the Cavaliers to reach the NBA Finals. Now fully healthy, the Celtics find […]

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Kawhi Leonard – A Scoring Machine Like No Other

Toronto fell in Philadelphia during Game 3 of the Conference Semifinals series against the 76ers. Now unexpectedly trailing 2-1 in hostile territory, little will be said of the exceptional play of acquired star Kawhi Leonard. “The Klaw” was a known scoring commodity prior to his move to Canada, but his play during this series against […]

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North Carolina Reloads on Talent for 2019

Embed from Getty Images After a very successful and simultaneously disappointing season in 2018-19, the Tar Heels entered the offseason set to lose much of its talent to the NBA Draft. A combined 47.6 points and 24.3 rebounds per game from the top 4 players (Seniors Cameron Johnson & Luke Maye along with Freshmen Coby […]

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2019 Combine Invites: NBA, G-League Elite Camp and Pro Basketball (Running List with Updates)

NBA Combine (May 14-19) — 61 invites (including rejections) listed: Zion Williamson, RJ Barrett, Cam Reddish (Duke) Coby White, Nassir Little (UNC) Ty Jerome, Kyle Guy, Deandre Hunter (Virginia) Carsen Edwards (Purdue) Dedric Lawson, Devon Dotson, Quentin Grimes (Kansas) Jordan Bone, Admiral Schofield, Grant Williams (Tennessee) Eric Paschall (Villanova) Talen Horton-Tucker (Iowa State) Quindary Weatherspoon […]

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