NCAA Men’s Division I Top 3 Offensive Leaders

Marcus Keene– Guard (Central Michigan University) 5’9 – 175lbs. Junior Keene is the real deal. This guy can light it up. So far this season Keene is averaging 31.9 PPG to lead the nation in scoring. He’s an efficient scorer — he has a quick release on his shot, he can pull up off the

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Top 3 2017 High School Boys Basketball Prospects

DeAndre Ayton- Center, 7’0, 220 lbs. HOMETOWN: Phoenix AZ, Hillcrest Academy. COLLEGE SIGNED: Arizona Wildcats. Pros: 7-feet is something you just can’t teach. I’m sure any coach would enjoy having a guy like Ayton on their roster. The kid runs the floor well to be 7’0, he play’s above the rim, he can score from

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Miles Bridges with an impressive season opener for Spartans

The college basketball season kicked off this past Friday. With a very talented group of freshman starting off their college basketball careers. One player in particular stood out to me, Michigan State University’s Freshman Miles Bridges. Miles is the REAL DEAL. I’ve had a chance to do some scouting on Bridges in the past. Previously

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Rick Pitino

Basketball Recruiting tips for Student-Athletes

Are you a student-athlete looking to play collegiate basketball one day? Maybe you’re even a parent playing a major role in your child’s basketball career, doing everything possible to make their goal a reality. Remember the days when in every city there would be at least five popular club teams (AAU)? A team put together with

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2016 NBA Draft, Buddy Hield

Buddy Hield was just what the doctor ordered for New Orleans

The New Orleans Pelicans drafted Oklahoma Sooners guard Buddy Hield with the No. 6 overall pick in last night’s NBA Draft, and the selection of Hield, a sharpshooting two-man who hails from the Bahamas, will prove to pay huge dividends for a team in dire need of help in almost every capacity.  Hield is a

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Brandon Ingram, Ben Simmons

Welcome to the NBA Rooks, Now the Real Fun Begins

Welcome to the NBA, rookie.  Now the real fun begins.  Since adolescence you’ve been dreaming of fulfilling this aspiration, and now here we are. The NBA Draft. You’ll most likely be looking debonair while others will don disastrous looks, but don’t worry about that because you won’t be the one reeking of rue when you

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Good NBA Prospects Getting No Attention

Every NBA Draft has late round steals teams regret on passing. Players like Isaiah Thomas, Draymond Green and Marc Gasol were drafted in the second round. There are late round prospects in this draft who may not become NBA stars, but have the talent to play solid NBA basketball. This isn’t the deepest draft class,

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2016 NBA Mock Draft

In the 30 years of the NBA Draft Lottery, 2016 was the first season every team got their projected pick. The Philadelphia 76ers are on the clock. They are on the clock until June, 23, 2016 at 8:00 p.m., the day of the NBA Draft. Followed by the Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics, the NBA’s

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An NCAA Rule Change Could Cause A Major Problem For The NBA

Earlier this year, in January, the NCAA decided to implement a rule to allow college players to be able to test the NBA draft waters without affecting their eligibility. At first, it seemed like a great idea. Allowing kids to test their skills at the combine to see what their chances of being drafted were

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PODCAST: Society Slam Episode 6

Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of the Society Slam. Myself (@FonzyDeFalco), Alec Walt (@AlecWalt) and new member of the Slam Ryan Hayes (@rphayes21) are back after a couple of weeks of complete hiatus in the podcast world. Today we discuss out predictions for the All-NBA, All-Defensive and All-Rookie teams (for my complete

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