By Daniel Flores,
After evaluating the point guard position that came out of the 2011 NBA draft, I believe Isaiah Thomas and Kyrie Irving are the best point guards. Why is it that one is statistically a better player than the other but worth WAY less than the other? Bear with me, let me prove my point… (more…)
By John Catona,
The 2014 draft has come and gone, and every NBA team has shifted their focus to the talented crop in the 2015 class. Though not as talented as the 2014 class, the new crop features plenty of players that franchises can build around. Here is an early look at the top-five talents that could be coming into the league next June. (more…)
By Amos Leak,
Every draft is special in its own way, but there’s always this gut check feeling when you realized that you passed on a player that could have an immediate impact. Why this player would be overlooked. I have a few players that if signed by the right team and giving the chance could make a roster and I’m willing to bet that they would. Here is a list of guys and why I can’t understand why they would not be drafted?
By: Viraj Vishwarupe
With the NBA draft coming this Thursday, there is definitely enough time to shed some light on future NBA prospects and their possible teams for the 2014-15 season coming up. With Embiid’s injury, how would things shape out?
By Chris Ramirez,
Isaiah Austin’s dreams of playing in the NBA have ended, as the 7-foot-1 center from Baylor has been diagnosed with Marfan syndrome, an illness that leads to problems in connective tissues throughout the body.
By Amos Leake,
The past can hurt tremendously at times. Everybody knows that feeling. The feeling when you know you are planning for a bright future but end up with confused results. I think it’s safe to say that there are many teams in the pass that live with this idea haunting them. The NBA Draft is a pool full of hit and misses. You are definitely lucky if you ever get the chance to strike gold. The NBA Draft is the annual event that could take your team from worst to first or create a stalemate position for your team.
Every year there is usually one powerhouse colleges that send out multiple prospects in the first round of the NBA Draft. In past years schools like Kentucky and Florida would be represented very well in the first round with 3 maybe 4 prospects going to teams in the first round.
By Matthew Pertz,
The 2014 NBA draft is the most hyped draft in eleven years, with exciting prospects like Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker, and Dante Exum. The recent injury to likely top pick Joel Embiid has shaken up the top five picks to the point that even the general managers themselves don’t know who to pick. Here’s my personal opinion on how the lottery will shake out (and my personal opinion is rarely wrong).