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.
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
In what might seem like an unfair advantage before the 2018-2019 college basketball season even begins, not many are complaining in Cameron, North Carolina. College basketball fans are used to seeing a few of the nations best high-school basketball players commit to playing for the Blue Devils. However, as good as Coach K has been in
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
With the landscape-changing news that Marvin Bagley III will reclassify to the Class of 2017 and commit to Duke, this allows RJ Barrett and Zion Williamson to have a 1-2 battle for the Class of 2018. The term I have paired with Marvin Bagley III is a generational player. Many people feel the same about RJ