By Brian Buckey
March Madness is upon us and the action is heating up across the coutnry as teams battle to reach the NCAA tournament or improve their potential seed. We saw excellent performances from a few freshmen this week and one dominating effort from a talented senior. Here are top 10 players of the week:
By Sagar Patel,
The last week of the regular season before tournament season is one of the most important parts of the season.This is the right time for teams to start catching fire. If teams are slowing down now its a bad sign and could lead to an early exit. The following players are not only nominations for the weekly award but names you should pay attention to with the Pac-12 tournament coming. With all the talent in the Pac-12, the tournament should bring about some great basketball. Here are your nominees:
By: William Shaw
As the SEC season wrapped up on Saturday, Florida demonstrated their complete dominance by going undefeated through conference play. Here is the final week’s top performers!
By Erika Kincaid,
Well, here it is: the last week of regular season for college basketball. This week should have been a huge week for Seniors, because many of them were playing in their final games this week. However, we actually saw a number of underclassmen stepping up and showing teammates, fans and coaches alike that they will continue their team’s successes next season. This week we also saw a number of teams fighting for their playoff lives, so to speak, still hoping to earn a bid in the NCAA tournament but also looking to win the Big East tournament as well.
By Tramaine Hicks
With the NBA half way through and the draft approaching in June many teams are looking for new players that can help improve their roster. One thing is for sure is that talent comes from all different players. In order for players to enter then draft they have to come from overseas or they have to be at least one year from high school. What if there was no age limit and players were allowed to enter the draft. Would players such as Stanley Johnson and Jahlil Okafor move up and surpass players such as Marcus Smart and Dante Exum? Or would teams not willing to take a risk on a high school kid. Here is a mock draft if high school players were incorporated into it.