Shareef O'Neal

The Four Best Suitors for Shareef O’Neal

On Saturday, Class of 2018 Crossroads (CA) School 6-foot-9 forward Shareef O’Neal, announced he is reopening his college recruitment, per his twitter page. This follows reports that Arizona head coach Sean Miller was caught discussing a 100K payment for star freshman Deandre Ayton via FBI wiretaps. With O’Neal reopening his recruitment, we take a look

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Princeton Basketball

Princeton Keeps Ivy League Tournament Chances Alive With Win Over Dartmouth

Princeton Men’s Basketball faced off against Dartmouth Saturday night at Jadwin Gym. It was Senior Night for the Tigers and fourth-year guard Amir Bell made the most of it. Bell passed current Tigers head coach and former Princeton player, Mitch Henderson, for seventh all-time in assists in program history. Bell also became the 34th player

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Princeton’s Ivy League Tournament Hopes Dwindled by Harvard

Princeton Men’s Basketball took on the Harvard Crimson Friday Night at Jadwin Gym. Coming into the game the Tigers needed to protect their home court to keep their chances of making the Ivy League Tournament alive. Harvard took command late in the second half and overtime to seal a 72-66 win to put them in

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Columbia Grabs Big Win Over Princeton Down the Final Stretch of Ivy League Play

Columbia Men’s Basketball squared off against Ivy League archrival Princeton Saturday night at Levien Gym. The Lions got off to an impressive 25-7 start with 11:17 remaining in the first half.  Columbia dominated from the jump to the final buzzer lifting them to an 85-60 win over the Tigers. The Lions (7-16, 4-6) were led

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Mitchell Robinson

Why is Everyone Bashing Mitchell Robinson?

Former Class of 2017 top 10 recruit, Mitchell Robinson, has left Western Kentucky for the second time that Scout first reported. Since it was reported last night, there has been a lot of backlash of his decision. One high-ranking NBA exec on Mitchell Robinson: “He’s a huge red flag. … and I’m not sure he’s

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Mitchell Robinson

Mitchell Robinson Leaves Western Kentucky Yet Again

Former Class of 2017 high school star Mitchell Robinson, has left Western Kentucky yet again. His decision was made based on wanting to focus his efforts on training for the upcoming 2018 NBA Draft. Robinson told “I’ve decided to leave Western Kentucky and just focus on next year’s NBA Draft. I want to thank

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Duke Could Land Best Wing Combo in the Nation

Class of 2018 6-foot-7 200lb versatile forward RJ Barrett, ranked #1 per 247Sports, is on his official visit to Duke this weekend (September 15th-17th). It is always a daunting task for any coach to land the #1 prospect in the country as competition is fierce. Duke fans are salivating at the possibility that Coach K

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Jalen Cone

PrepHoops NC Class of 2020 No. 2 Player Jalen Cone is Turning Heads

Class of 2020 5’11” 155lbs Point Guard Jalen Cone is already turning heads in the recruiting world. The Kernersville, North Carolina product who plays his AAU with Team Loaded NC is a do-it-all point guard already. He already is a great penetrator who uses his passing ability and court vision to set his teammates up.

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Robert Kendrick

2018 Guard Robert Kendrick is Hungry for More Division 1 Attention

Class of 2018 Robert Kendrick is a 6’2″ 180lbs Combo Guard who has really started to put himself on small to mid-major Division 1 recruiting boards. The Velma Jackson High School (Jackson, Mississippi) is the definition of a utility guard. The kid seems to be able to do it all. On film, he seems to

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Myles Tate

Q&A with PrepHoops SC Class of 2020 No. 1 Player Myles Tate

Myles Tate, a 6’0″ 155lbs Combo Guard, who plays his High School basketball at Dorman (Spartanburg, South Carolina), which is one of the biggest public schools in all of South Carolina. Myles has started at Point Guard for the varsity club since his 8th-grade year. He even helped lead Dorman to 4A State Championship last

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