Fallout of Kerry Blackshear to Florida

Embed from Getty Images The best transfer on the market committed to Florida over a host of schools this week. Kerry Blackshear Jr., the former Virginia Tech standout, is immediately eligibile as a graduate transfer. The impact of his decision now has huge national and conference ramifications for the 2019 season. 6’9 senior Kevarrius Hayes […]

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UConn in the Big East: Returning Back to National Relevance

Embed from Getty Images The Connecticut Huskies are meant to be in the Big East Conference. As a founding member in the league’s inaugural season (1979-80), an opportunity has presented itself for UConn to rejoin the elite and storied basketball power. A conference of the Big East presidents approved a motion to add the former […]

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2019-2020 San Antonio Spurs Offseason Roster Priorities

Embed from Getty Images Going into next season, the Spurs will have to make decisions about which player(s) on the current roster to build around. Their two best assets, LaMarcus Aldridge and DeMar DeRozan, essentially play the same style and areas of the floor and areΩxdfsza the largest pieces of the salary cap. The team […]

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What Went Wrong in the 2019 NBA Draft

Embed from Getty Images Thursday’s NBA Draft almost had everything a basketball fan could ask for: an incoming superstar capable of capturing the hearts of fans league-wide, a colossal amount of trades, prospects getting stuck in the green room and questionable selections. However, it’s the latter that has my head boiling. The process of selecting […]

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Best Fits for the Spurs at Pick #49

At this point in the draft, the Spurs need to find the best value among the remaining players. Usually San Antonio takes draft-and-stash options here, but this draft has enough talent in the second round to find a solid contributor. The deciding factor for this front office is prioritizing what helps the team win now: […]

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Pick of the Day – 6/13/2019

Toronto Raptors @ Golden State Warriors -2.5, Total – 211.5 For any Warriors fan wanting JUST.ONE.MORE game at Oracle Arena, they’ve gotten their wish. A gritty win over the Raptors on Monday night, 106-105, came with an incredibly steep price. Kevin Durant aggravated and completely ruptured his Achilles’ tendon in the first half.  It’s a […]

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The Spurs Best Options at Pick #29

The Spurs are lucky to have two first-round pick (#29) in this year’s NBA draft. They have made out fairly well drafting in the later stages of round 1 since the 2000-01′ season. In the 18 drafts during that span, San Antonio has selected 13 players in the first round at #25 or later. Four […]

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Top 3 Draft Options for Spurs at Pick #19

The San Antonio Spurs have failed to reach familiar heights in the last two seasons, due to key injuries. The most noted example, Kawhi Leonard, still stings as “the Klaw” is thriving in the NBA Finals for another team. His departure forced the Spurs to re-tool, something Gregg Popovich has done continually for the past […]

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Turning the Tide: Oats Has Alabama On the Come Up

In just over 2 months as Alabama’s new head coach, Nate Oats has performed numerous eye-opening moves to immediately elevate the level of this program. His first miracle was convincing the team’s leading scorers, Kira Lewis Jr. and John Petty, to remove their names from the transfer portal and return to the program. Next, depth […]

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The 10 Most Impactful Players Withdrawing from the 2019 NBA Draft

The clock tolled midnight Wednesday night marking the deadline for early entrants to pull their names from the NBA Draft. Many college fan bases breathed enormous sighs of relief, as key contributors returned to their respective programs for another run towards the madness. As every program is thankful to return major depth pieces, the following […]

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