Jeremy Tyler Could Be A First Round Pick After All

Tuesday, May 24th, 2011

Remember Jeremy Tyler? We do. He's the San Diego kid who skipped his senior year of high school to go play basketball internationally in Israel...with terrible results. Since then Tyler, who was considered the nation's top high school player before bolting overseas, played a season in the Japan and has ...

Jonas Valanciunas In The Mix For The Top Pick In The NBA Draft

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

Yesterday we reported that Turkish forward/center Enes Kanter could end up being the No. 1 overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft. Other than Duke point guard Kyrie Irving and Arizona forward Derrick Williams, Kanter is really the only guy scouts have mentioned at No. 1 until now. Well, toss ...

Could Enes Kanter Be The Top Pick In The NBA Draft?

Monday, May 16th, 2011

Virtually every scout across the NBA believes that Duke point guard Kyrie Irving is the top player available in the 2011 NBA Draft. So, what happens if a team that is already set at point guard (like, say the Washington Wizards) snags the top pick in Tuesday night's Draft Lottery? Well, ...

Harrison Barnes Returning To North Carolina

Monday, April 18th, 2011

As expected, super-frosh forward Harrison Barnes has announced he will return to North Carolina for his sophomore season. We've discussed this before, but Barnes was essentially guaranteed to be a top three pick in the upcoming NBA Draft. That said, it has been claimed that Barnes is a different type ...

Did Josh Selby Ruin His NBA Future By Coming Out Early?

Friday, April 15th, 2011

We discussed Josh Selby's decision to enter the NBA Draft before it actually became official because we had sources saying it was a done deal. Now that the Kansas freshman has gone public with his choice to turn pro, we feel the need to dissect it further. Selby entered Kansas as ...

NBA Draft Lottery Percentages And Needs By Team

Thursday, April 14th, 2011

Now that the regular season is over, the NBA universe can turn its attention to the playoffs, which start on Saturday. But for fans of the 14 non-playoff teams, the focus is now on the upcoming NBA Draft and the offseason. With that in mind, the percentages for the upcoming ...

Malcolm Lee Makes A Horrible Draft Decision

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

Every year there is at least one player who makes a mind-boggling decision to leave college and enter the NBA Draft despite being woefully unprepared for the next level. We now have this year's winner for dumbest NBA Draft decision. UCLA guard Malcolm Lee has decided to forgo his senior year ...

Jonas Valanciunas Is A Name You Should Learn

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

As we've mentioned before, the 2011 NBA Draft will be one of the weakest we've ever seen. The class just doesn't have the talent level of previous seasons and it hasn't been helped by guys like Ohio State's Jared Sullinger and Baylor's Perry Jones (among others) deciding to return to ...