Princeton

Fairleigh Dickinson’s Second Half Explosion Downs Princeton

Despite a strong performance from the returning Devin Cannady, not much else went right for the Princeton Tigers in a mistake-prone, rough shooting game against Fairleigh Dickinson on Wednesday night at Jadwin Gymnasium. Mitch Henderson was not a man of excuses after the game. “We’re struggling, no doubt about it.” said the former Ivy Coach

Continue Reading →

Evan Anderson

Evan Anderson Joins 1,000 Point Club for Wesley College

Basketball Society’s own Evan Anderson became the 14th 1,000-point scorer in the history of Wesley College (DE) in the team’s home opener on Tuesday night. The senior guard finished with 18 points in Wesley’s 95-56 blowout win over Lancaster Bible. View this post on Instagram Our boy got that 1k stamp last night!! Big love

Continue Reading →

Kevin Porter Jr.

Kevin Porter Jr. Scouting Report

School: USC Year: Freshman Height/Weight: 6’6, 217 lbs   Strengths: One of Kevin Porter’s biggest strengths is his strength! At 217 lbs. his size is comparable to wings such as Jimmy Butler and DeMar DeRozan. Porter has a lot of positional strength at his disposal which is apparent on drives like this where he can get out

Continue Reading →

Carsen Edwards

You will regret passing on Carsen Edwards in the NBA Draft

Every year during the NBA Draft, there are one or two guys that teams overlook. They either look too much into the analytics or question their initial opinion of the players. Josh Hart, Isaiah Thomas, We are afraid that Carsen Edwards is going to fall into that same class. People will call him too small, not

Continue Reading →

College Basketball

Thanksgiving Week College Basketball Tournament Previews

One of college basketball’s best traditions, the week of Thanksgiving features a boatload of great tournaments that gives fans a ton of opportunities to watch some quality early season basketball. With so many tournaments out there, I’ve picked out the five best and summarized the field and predicted a winner and tournament MVP for each.

Continue Reading →

Bol Bol

Bol Bol Scouting Report

School: Oregon Year: Freshman Height/Weight: 7’3, 235 lbs   Strengths: Bol Bol is so skilled. He has a smooth jumper and can actually take opponents off the dribble. A lot of times you’ll watch him play and completely forget that he’s 7’3!!! That’s truly something you want to hear about a young player with his stature. And one

Continue Reading →

Temple Owls

Temple cruises in wire-to-wire win over Loyola

Fans flocked to the Liacouras Center on a frigid Friday night to watch their Temple Owls upend the Loyola (MD.) Greyhounds 81 to 67 in what proved to be a wire-to-wire victory for the Owls. The Owls were powered by their two high-scoring guards in Shizz Alston Jr. (18 points) and Quinton Rose (16 points),

Continue Reading →

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

Continue Reading →

Admiral Schofield

Admiral Schofield Scouting Report

School: Tennessee Year: Senior Height/Weight: 6’6, 241 lbs   Strengths: Admiral Schofield is a beast. He’s one of the more physical players you will ever see in college basketball. His size enables him to defend multiple positions, he could realistically defend the 2-4 positions at the next level. Schofield can defend both on the perimeter and in the

Continue Reading →

What We’ve Learned From Each Atlantic 10 Team Early In The Season

After nearly two weeks of Atlantic 10 basketball, enthusiasm is low on the potential for this conference. Three teams remain defeated and most teams have already suffered a bad loss on their tournament resume. Davidson, St. Joseph’s, and Saint Louis still look like potential NCAA Tournament teams, but the rest of the conference remains unpredictable.

Continue Reading →