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Breaking Down The NBA Draft First Round: The Good, The Bad And What Were They Thinking?

The first round of the 2012 NBA Draft is now in the books and as always, featured some rather surprising picks. Let’s take a look at how your favorite team did as they look forward to next season: 1. New Orleans Hornets: Kentucky forward Anthony Davis: Certainly no surprise with this selection, as the 19-year-old, who led Kentucky to a National Championship, knew he would be...
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June 29, 2012  |  Discuss

Latest mock draft from nbadraft.net

By Aran Smith NBADraft.net With the draft fast approaching on June 28, here's our latest projection. 1. New Orleans: Anthony Davis, 6-10, PFC, Kentucky The Hornets have received some interesting trade proposals for their top overall pick, but for a new ownership group, landing the draft's big fish gives them a face of the franchise to market for the future. Davis may not...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
June 20, 2012  |  Discuss

Latest mock draft from nbadraft.net

By Aran Smith NBADraft.net With the draft fast approaching on June 28, here's our latest projection. 1. New Orleans: Anthony Davis, 6-10, PFC, Kentucky The Hornets have received some interesting trade proposals for their top overall pick, but for a new ownership group, landing the draft's big fish gives them a face of the franchise to market for the future. Davis may not...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
June 20, 2012  |  Discuss

2012 NBA mock draft: First-round picks

With the draft fast approaching on June 28, here's our latest projection. (Note: A few teams don't have first-round picks because of trades.) 1. New Orleans: Anthony Davis , 6-10, PF/C, Kentucky The Hornets have received some interesting trade proposals for their top overall pick, but for a new ownership group, landing the draft's big fish, Anthony Davis, gives them...
Via Fox Sports
June 18, 2012  |  Discuss

The U.S. Olympic team needs Anthony Davis

On late Thursday afternoon, a small, yet kinda big news nugget hit the wires, when USA basketball announced that they had officially extended two new invitations to try out for this summer’s Olympic team. The first, James Harden, should surprise no one (well, unless you’re surprised that USA basketball would consider letting someone who looks like a Batman villain represent our...
Via Aaron Torres Sports
May 04, 2012  |  Discuss

FOXSports.com's NBA mock draft

Courtesy of NBADraft.net With the top college players making their decisions on whether to enter the NBA draft or stay in school, three of NBADraft.net's talent evaluators took a break from scouting to put together a first-round mock draft. We took turns, taking into account team needs for every selection. Tyler Ingle went first, Mike Visenberg second and Aran Smith third. ...
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April 12, 2012  |  Discuss

FOXSports.com's NBA mock draft

Courtesy of NBADraft.net With the top college players making their decisions on whether to enter the NBA draft or stay in school, three of NBADraft.net's talent evaluators took a break from scouting to put together a first-round mock draft. We took turns, taking into account team needs for every selection. Tyler Ingle went first, Mike Visenberg second and Aran Smith third. ...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
April 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Davis tops first-round mock draft

As college players decide whether to enter the NBA draft or stay in school, three of NBADraft.net's talent evaluators took a break from scouting to put together a first-round mock draft. We took turns, taking into account team needs for every selection. Tyler Ingle went first, Mike Visenberg second and Aran Smith third. 1. Charlotte: Anthony Davis , power forward, Kentucky ...
Via Fox Sports
April 10, 2012  |  Discuss

2012 NCAA All-American Teams

With the NCAA regular season coming to a close and the NCAA Tournament just around the corner, it's time for awards week at The Hoops Manifesto.  We've teamed up with some of the best NCAA writers on the web to vote on who gets the (virtual) hardware.  Next up: All-American Teams.Voters: Jeff Fox from The Hoops Manifesto,  Perry Missner from College Fantasy Hoops Insider...
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March 08, 2012  |  Discuss

Book Review: Duke, Kentucky And The Last Great Game

When I received a review copy of “The Last Great Game” in the mail last week, I halfheartedly joked that I was “excited to read the second best college basketball book released in the last few months.” I knew I’d enjoy it, but truthfully didn’t expect to enjoy it right away. I figured I’d probably skim a few chapters here and there, then dive in with two feet after...
Via Aaron Torres Sports
February 17, 2012  |  Discuss

Enjoying The Evolution Of Anthony Davis

As I was putting the finishing touches on my College Basketball Primer article last week, internally, I had a pretty tough decision to make: Should I include a few paragraphs on the National Player of the Year or not? On the surface, that seems like a dumb, ultimately trivial problem. Believe me, I know. But still, I was torn. On the one hand, if the article was to truly serve its...
Via Aaron Torres Sports
February 13, 2012  |  Discuss

Already talking 2013 NBA draft

The Charlotte Bobcats left Phoenix at a salty 3-21 and in the lead statistical position to dominate the 2012 NBA Draft Lottery. Unfortunately, history reminds us only two teams hauling this ping-pong-ball advantage into Secaucus, N.J. -- the Cleveland Cavaliers (LeBron James) in 2003 and the Orlando Magic (Dwight Howard) one year later -- have scored the top overall selection. ...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
February 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Already talking 2013 NBA draft

The Charlotte Bobcats left Phoenix at a salty 3-21 and in the lead statistical position to dominate the 2012 NBA Draft Lottery. Unfortunately, history reminds us only two teams hauling this ping-pong-ball advantage into Secaucus, N.J. -- the Cleveland Cavaliers (LeBron James) in 2003 and the Orlando Magic (Dwight Howard) one year later -- have scored the top overall selection. ...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
February 05, 2012  |  Discuss

The Hoops Manifesto's NCAA All-Americans: Update 2

The Hoops Manifesto has teamed up with the best hoops writers in cyberspace to vote on our 2011/12 NCAA All-American teams.  These teams will be updated monthly going forward until the end of the college hoops season next spring.  So, after two months of action, here are the fifteen best players in the nation based on our not-so-humble opinion. Voters: Jeff Fox from...
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January 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Top 25 Power Rankings : College Basketball Week 7

Every Monday here at Roundballchat I will be releasing my top 25 power rankings. Last week’s rankings. 1. Syracuse –Syracuse has played the least amount of true road games of any power 6 team since 97. Still they won at a decent NC State team last week. 2. Ohio State – Right now they need to get Jared Sullinger healthy for conference play 3. Kentucky- Freshman...
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December 19, 2011  |  Discuss

Top 10 Centers in College Basketball

College basketball is upon us. With no NBA it is the only game in town. So who are the best players this year in college basketball? Over the next couple of days I will release my top 10 players at each position. Point Guards Shooting Guards Small Forwards Power Forwards 1. Jared Sullinger, Ohio State (17.2ppg) (6-9/280, Soph.)  One of the most dominant players in...
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November 10, 2011  |  Discuss

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