share

Archive - Mar 2010 - Article

2010 McDonald's All American Game: Reactions

Wed, 03/31/2010 - 10:13pm
Columbus, Ohio – The West squad led by MVP Harrison Barnes 18 points was able to edge the East for a 107-104 victory on a last second Brandon Knight three-pointer to claim the 2010 McDonald’s All-American game.  Knight, the Gatorade Player of the Year, was off most of the night before hitting the clutch shot in the closing seconds.  East MVP Jared Sullinger had a great night with 22 points to lead all scorers as he impressed the hometown crowd in Value City Arena, which will be his home court next year when he suits up for the Buckeyes.   

March 30th

Final Four Preview: Michigan State

Wed, 03/31/2010 - 12:11am
[Note: Over the next four days, Adi Joseph will preview each of the Final Four teams remaining in the NCAA Tournament, one at a time.]
Raymar MorganRaymar MorganIn 31 games played in 2007, a span stretching across parts of his freshmen and sophomore seasons, Raymar Morgan averaged 14 points and 5.8 rebounds per game.

March 29th

Inside the College Game | 5 Things We Learned

Mon, 03/29/2010 - 1:03pm

The Final Four matchups are set. But what did we learn this past weekend?


1. Kentucky never really came together this year.

DeMarcus CousinsDeMarcus CousinsThere's such a thing as a cold shooting night, but this was a bit much. How do you hold a team without a 2-point field goal for an entire half, and trail in that half 28-26? Kentucky did that to start Sunday's loss to West Virginia.

March 25th

NBA Draft: Stock Watch

Thu, 03/25/2010 - 12:50pm

Follow us on twitter: http://twitter.com/nbadraftnet

On Tuesday we presented our Stock Watch "casualties". With the Sweet 16 set to begin tonight, here is part two, the "survivors", prospects who have helped and hurt themselves over the first two rounds and still have a chance to impact their draft stock.

Rising

March 24th

Sweet 16 Preview: South Region

Thu, 03/25/2010 - 12:42am
Was St. Mary's win against Villanova shocking to anyone? The Gaels have played tremendous basketball lately, the Wildcats were in the midst of their worst stretch of the season. While they slipped by Robert Morris in the first round, it was only a matter of time.

Sweet 16 Preview: East Region

Wed, 03/24/2010 - 5:37pm

As we prepare for the second weekend of March Madness, one thing has become abundantly clear: There are a handful of top echelon teams --- and everybody else. For a lucid snapshot of the current college hoops landscape, look no further than the East Region. The two top dogs, Kentucky and West Virginia are still standing, but the rest of the bracket has been decimated.

March 23rd

Sweet 16 Preview: Midwest Region

Wed, 03/24/2010 - 2:01am
As a believer in accountability, the first step here is to discuss why Kansas will not be winning the Midwest Region in this year's NCAA Tournament, as I've been projecting since Cole Aldrich decided to return to school about 11 months ago. The Jayhawks dragged their feet. They didn't make in-game adjustments until it was too late. And they threw up far, far, far too many 3-pointers in a game where that might have been their only disadvantage. Kansas could have won a national championship. Bill Self deserves the blame more than anyone for why they didn't.

NCAA Power "Sweet" 16 Rankings

Tue, 03/23/2010 - 11:56pm

By Josh Cochran and Joel Steiner
NCAA Power "Sweet" 16: March 23rd

Sweet 16 Preview: West Region

Tue, 03/23/2010 - 1:51pm

After watching the first 2 rounds of this year's NCAA Tournament, it's almost a surprise that Syracuse and Kansas State are still alive for the Sweet 16. Despite all the mighty underdogs and wild upsets, the Orange are living up to their top seed status after pouncing on Vermont and Gonzaga, while Kansas State has quietly demonstrated it could be a viable Final Four candidate.

March 22nd

NBA Draft: Stock Watch

Mon, 03/22/2010 - 11:58pm
After one of the most exciting first weekends of the NCAA Tournament in recent memory, including numerous buzzer beaters and close games, we've got a three day break to catch our breath. Let's take a look at the prospects that have have helped and hurt their draft stock during the first weekend.

I've decided to split the Stock Watch up into two parts. The "casualties", players whose teams have been eliminated. And the "survivors", players whose teams are still alive. Here is part one, the casualties.