Schmidt Talking: NCAA Tournament Preview – The Atlantic 10 Edition

It’s been an up and down year for the Atlantic 10, to say the least. The chances of getting more than two teams into the NCAA Tournament looked very slim after non-conference play. The Rhode Island Rams and the Saint Bonaventure Bonnies looked like the two front-runners to make the Big Dance come March, but

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Schmidt Talking Episode 17: The Bonnies are dancing!

In Epiosde 17, the guys Alec Walt and Kyle Allan talk about the match-up vs. UCLA in the round of the First Four! Every match-up is win or go home in the NCAA Tournament and it is the same for the Bonnies as they take on UCLA. UCLA brings a team with one of the best guards

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Schmidt Talking Podcast Episode 14: The Streak That Ended In The Reilly Center

On this week’s episode of Schmidt Talking, Kyle Allan and Alec Walt recap the Bonnies win over no. 16 Rhode Island, look ahead at games against Duquesne and VCU, and break down the Bonnies chances at an at-large bid in the NCAA Tournament. The game against Rhode Island was the best basketball the Bonnies have

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Kemba Walker

Society Top 50: No. 35 – Kemba Walker

Name: Kemba Walker Ranking: 35 Team: Charlotte Hornets 2016-17 Regular Season Traditional Stats: 23.2 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 5.5 apg, 1.1 spg, 44.4 FG%, 39.9 3PT%, 84.7 FT% 2016-17 Regular Season Advanced Stats: 21.3 PER, 56.9 TS%, 8.1 WS, 5.3 OPBM, -1.7 DPBM, 3.9 VORP The Breakdown: Kemba Walker has always been known as a dynamic scorer.

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Is John Wall the best two-way point guard in the NBA?

John Wall has taken the league by storm ever since he came into the league in 2010 as the no. 1 overall pick out of Kentucky. John Wall has climbed a legitimate ladder of career success in his seven NBA seasons. Wall has shown us that with his combination of athleticism, speed, and agility, he

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NBA

Four NBA teams that should consider tanking this season

Tanking in the NBA has been one of the more controversial topics over the past decade or so. It has been such a controversial topic because teams seem to purposely put a bad product on the floor in order to lose and increase their chances at a high draft pick. The NBA has been looking

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Ramifications of the biggest NBA offseason moves

With the NBA offseason winding down, teams are most likely set with their big roster moves heading into the 2017-2018 season. There have been some wild moves that we did not expect to happen when the offseason started. Let’s take a look at some ramifications of the biggest NBA moves this summer. Paul George to

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NBA franchises with the least sense of direction

During the NBA offseason, we get to see which teams will tend to take a leap, or what teams will do to regress for the upcoming season. This offseason we have seen teams like Boston, who obtained Gordon Hayward, as well as the 3rd overall pick in Jayson Tatum, improve their team to make a

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Kyrie Irving

Reasons why Kyrie Irving would want to leave Cleveland

If you have not already heard, Kyrie Irving informed the Cleveland Cavaliers last week that he wants to be traded, as reported by ESPN’s Brian Windhorst. Kyrie Irving is ready to end his run with the Cleveland Cavaliers, as league sources told ESPN that the guard has asked the team to trade him. The request

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Markelle Fultz

How Ben Simmons and Markelle Fultz will fit together

Going into the 2017 NBA Draft, the 76ers front office knew they needed a player that would compliment Ben Simmons. They knew that where they originally stood at No. 3 was going to result in a very good pick, but were unsure of a fit for their current squad. Players like Lonzo Ball, De’Aaron Fox,

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