(UPDATE: James Michael McAdoo declares for the NBA Draft. Kind of surprisingly)
North Carolina big man James Michael McAdoo was as blue chip a recruit as blue chip can be. He was MVP of the 2011 McDonald’s All-American game in Chicago before he came to Chapel Hill. Back then he was known as James McAdoo, not James Michael McAdoo. His college basketball career has been a bit up...
North Carolina big man James Michael McAdoo was as blue chip a recruit as blue chip can be. He was MVP of the 2011 McDonald’s All-American game in Chicago before he came to Chapel Hill. Back then he was known as James McAdoo, not James Michael McAdoo. His college basketball career has been a bit up and down. He hasn’t quite lived up to the enormous hype that accompanied him...
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James Michael McAdoo is still learning how to be North Carolina's go-to guy, from facing high expectations as an NBA prospect to overcoming defenses aiming to frustrate him.
At times, he's been an athletic big man who beats defenders to the rim, flies into the paint to crash the boards and reliably knocks down a face-up jumper. At others, he looked tentative and content...
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January 25, 2013
LeBron James says he's working on developing a new offensive move. The top player in the league is doing what he can to get better.
It’s that time of the day again, in which someone states who is better: the Lakers or the Thunder. Sorry guys, but this is something we will hear most of the season until one team — if possible — presents itself as the dominant force out west. Thus, via the New York Post, Bob [...]
MIAMI -- When LeBron James arrived in Miami before last season, Heat assistant coach Bob McAdoo had a presentation of show and tell.
McAdoo is one of the few guys on the planet who at least has somewhat walked in similar shoes as James. Likes James, he has won an NBA MVP and a scoring title (actually, three). Like James, he had toiled for many years without winning a title. And...
The team's first head coach was Hall of Famer Dolph Schayes and its initial "star" players were forgettable names like Bob Kauffman and Don May until the greatest Brave of them all laced them up -- Bob McAdoo. A scoring machine, McAdoo led the Braves to their first playoff appearance in 1973-74 when he averaged 30.6 points per game and 15.1 rebounds.
American boys have had a rough time adapting to the clay courts at the 2011 Orange Bowl, taking place at the Frank Veltri Tennis Center in Plantation, Fla. Only two Americans reached the round of 16 in the boys’ 18s draw, and Americans were shut out entirely from the boys’ 16s quarterfinals. But the American girls have taken up the slack, as two powered their way into the...