Oshae Brissett

Oshae Brissett Scouting Report

School: Syracuse Year: Sophomore Height/Weight: 6’8, 210 lbs Strengths: Oshae Brissett is a tremendous athlete who is at his best playing aggressive and attacking the rim. His height and wingspan make him a great fit on the wing in Jim Boeheim’s 2-3 zone, and also allows him to comfortably shoot jumpers over smaller opponents. He

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College hoops

College Hoops: Friday’s games to watch

The first Friday of the college hoops season provides fans with an excellent slate of games to watch. Below is a summary of the five best games around the country, complete with key match-ups to watch and final score predictions for each.   Wichita St. vs. Providence (Annapolis, MD) Match-up to Watch: Erik Stevenson (Wichita

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Jarron Cumberland

Jarron Cumberland Scouting Report

School: Cincinnati Year: Junior Height/Weight: 6’5, 205 lbs   Strengths: Cumberland is a versatile two-way player that can be relied on to produce on both ends of the floor. He is an excellent defender and can guard multiple positions thanks to a strong combination of size and quickness. He has great off-ball movement and has proven to

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Big 12 Basketball

2018-19 Big 12 Basketball Preview

The Big 12 was one of the most talented and exciting conferences in 2017-18, and this year will be no different. While household names like Trae Young, Jevon Carter, and Devonte Graham are all gone, there are still plenty of stars that every college hoops fan will know by March. Will the Big 12 be

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2018-19 Big East Preseason Rankings

With the losses suffered by defending national champion Villanova to the NBA draft, the Big East looks a little more interesting this year. The losses are also heavy for conference heavyweights Seton Hall and Xavier, making room for the resurgence of some once proud programs. A Chris Mullin led St. John’s team and a Patrick

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2018-19 ACC Preseason Rankings

Once again, the ACC will be the nation’s best basketball conference in 2018-19. The league is absolutely loaded from top to bottom, and I’m projecting nine teams to make the NCAA tournament. Read below to see where I think each team will finish in the standings come March. 15. Pittsburgh While Jeff Capel may turn

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