Trae “Tha Truth” Young vs “The Young Bull” Collin Sexton

The college basketball season is more than 10 games in and it is safe to say that the two best point guards in the country are freshmen, Trae Young from Oklahoma and Collin Sexton out of Alabama. The talent possessed by both guards is undisputable, however, their unique styles of play are key to their... Continue Reading →

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Chennedy Carter: Miss One and Done

Chennedy Carter: Miss One and Done   As we all know in men’s college basketball freshmen can leave college early if they so choose and play basketball professionally. For instance, in last year’s draft 10 of the first 11 picks were freshmen. Going one and done is a big deal, it usually means you are... Continue Reading →

The Era of the Mediocre Shooting Guard

The Era of the Mediocre Shooting Guard What happened to the shooting guard position over the last 3-5 seasons? The shooting guard position has changed drastically over the years due to the rapid development of the point guards and small forward’s offensive production. In the 80s and early 90s the point guards main responsibility was... Continue Reading →

Another Man of Steel: Bam Adebayo

Another Man of Steel: Bam Adebayo Dwight Howard in his prime was the most dominant big man in the league, bringing in 3 Defensive MVP’s, 5 All-NBA first team selections, and 8 All-Star selections. In this year’s upcoming draft there is a draftee that has similar qualities and that has the potential to be just... Continue Reading →

She’s A Beast: Recee Caldwell

She’s A Beast: Recee Caldwell McDonald's All-American, elite scorer, great leader, and an even better person. All these characteristics describe Texas Tech’s star guard Recee Caldwell. This season Caldwell put up 14.5 PPG, 4.5 APG, 2.8 RPG, while shooting 36.4 percent from the three-point line and 38.1 percent from the field. Her efforts this season... Continue Reading →

Monte Morris: Diamond In The Rough

Monte Morris: Diamond In The Rough Every year, The NBA Draft has hidden gems that many teams pass on for various reasons such as measurables, age, potential, and production. For example, potential rookie of the year guard Malcolm Brogdon, coming out of college many teams were concerned about what position he would play and his... Continue Reading →

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