Aaron Holiday

Justin Holiday says he wants the Chicago Bulls to draft his brother Aaron Holiday & their brother Jrue Holiday does too because, ‘it would be cool to beat them’

UCLA’s Aaron Holiday checked in with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson on the Scoop B Radio Podcast. Press Play Below To Listen! Justin Holiday says he wants the Chicago Bulls to draft his brother Aaron Holiday & their  brother Jrue Holiday does too because, ‘it would be cool to beat them’If tonight’s NBA Draft were Christmas,

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Basketball Society 2018 NBA Draft Big Board

Recently, we released our final, complete 2018 NBA Mock Draft. Today, though, we are publishing our final top 100 Big Board for this upcoming NBA Draft. This includes the 100 players that we think are the best available this Thursday night. Here’s our list: 1 Luka Doncic 2 DeAndre Ayton 3 Marvin Bagley III 4

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Schmidt Talking Power Rankings: Jaylen Adams NBA Workouts

**Schmidt Talking Podcast host Kyle Allan contributed to this article.** St. Bonaventure Bonnies point guard Jaylen Adams brought major attention to the program throughout his college basketball career. He joined a senior class that won the most total games in school history and led his team to two postseason tournaments. His senior year, he led

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Schmidt Talking

Schmidt Talking Podcast: Atlantic 10 Home Schedule Favors St. Bonaventure

On this week’s episode, Kyle Allan and Alec Walt discuss the 2018-2019 Atlantic 10 pairings, plus talk Jaylen Adams and the NBA Draft with Basketball Society College Basketball Insider Aram Cannuscio. The Bonnies home schedule features some big matchups with Davidson, VCU, Dayton and St. Louis. Some highlighted road games feature St. Joesph’s, Davidson, and

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Basketball Society Full 2018 NBA Mock Draft 3.0

This is Basketball Society’s 3rd version of their Mock NBA Draft. To check out the 2nd version of the mock draft, click here. 1. Phoenix Suns – Luka Doncic, G/F – Real Madrid Explanation: Luka Doncic, as of right now, is the most talented player in this NBA Draft. He’s proven that he is one

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Duke’s Coach K mediated Instagram selfie beef between Serena Williams & boxer Claressa Shields at 2016 Olympics in Rio

Boxer, Claressa Shields tells Basketball Society’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson how Duke’s Coach K try to play peacemaker with Serena Williams. Press Play Below To Listen! A five time NCAA National Champion, Mike Krzyzewski has guided young men and prepared them for life as head men’s basketball coach at Duke University. He’s coached folks like

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Schmidt Talking

Schmidt Talking Podcast Episode 24: More NBA Workouts for Jaylen Adams

On this weeks episode, Kyle Allan and Alec Walt discussed the Sports Illustrated top 100 NBA prospect list, update Jaylen Adams NBA workouts, and speak with Basketball Society Senior Editor BJ Boyer on Adams fit with the Los Angeles Lakers. Jaylen Adams was a sensational talent for the Bonnies, solidifying himself as possibly the best

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Schmidt Talking Podcast Episode 23: Bonnies Land Osun Osunniyi

On this week’s episode, Kyle Allan and Alec Walt discuss the three newest Bonnies, former Bonnies pre-draft NBA workouts, and the newest member of the Mark Schmidt coaching staff. The Bonnies landed coveted big man, Osun Osunniyi. The Bonnies outlasted the Hoyas of Georgetown and their hated rival Syracuse Orange for the coveted 6-10 Center

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Basketball Society NBA Mock Draft 2.0 – Pre-Draft Combine

Here is Basketball Society’s 2nd version of their Mock Draft for this upcoming NBA Draft: (You can view the 1st version of the Mock here: http://basketballsocietyonline.com/basketball-society-2018-nba-mock-draft )   1. Phoenix Suns – Luka Doncic – G/F, International 2. Sacramento Kings – DeAndre Ayton – C, Arizona 3. Atlanta Hawks – Mo Bamba – C, Texas 4. Memphis

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Pat Summitt

Former Tennessee Vol Brittany Jackson says Coach Pat Summitt made her ‘mentally tough’

Next month will mark two years since legendary Tennessee Vols women’s basketball coach, Pat Summitt died. Summitt, a winner of 1,098 career coaching wins, won eight NCAA championships. She retired in 2012 when she was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. A five-time Naismith Coach of the Year, Summitt won 84% of her games as a

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