Archive - Mar 2019


March 20th

2019 NCAA Tournament Bracket

Wed, 03/20/2019 - 11:53pm

NCAA Tournament Preview: Midwest Region

Wed, 03/20/2019 - 10:05pm

Why North Carolina Will Make the Final Four

Cameron Johnson, Luke Maye, & Kenny WilliamsCameron Johnson, Luke Maye, & Kenny WilliamsThe Tar Heels are one of the deepest and most experienced teams in the nation and have been playing at a high level all season, especially of late. They came within a possession, a missed shot, of beating the team that 50% of the nation is picking to win the title (Duke), for a third time on the year.

John Calipari expects PJ Washington to play in NCAA Tournament

Jon Hale / Louisville Courier Journal
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SEC Conference Wrap Up

Wed, 03/20/2019 - 6:45pm

SEC Player of the Year

Grant Williams, Tennessee

Pac 12 Conference Wrap Up

Player of the Year

Tres Tinkle, Oregon State

March 19th

NCAA Tournament Preview: South Region

Wed, 03/20/2019 - 12:45am

Why Virginia Will Make the Final Four

NCAA Tournament Preview: East Region

Tue, 03/19/2019 - 12:25pm

Why Duke Makes it to the Final Four:

Tre JonesTre JonesSimply put, Duke has Zion Williamson and no one else does. The Spartanburg native is playing out of his mind and at a level that the college basketball world has not seen in over a decade, posing a nightmare challenge for any opponent. Overshadowed by Williamson is Duke’s elite wing in RJ Barrett. Barrett, the ACC’s leading scorer, is an incredible finisher at the rim.

March 18th

NCAA Tournament Preview: West Region

Mon, 03/18/2019 - 11:26pm

Why Gonzaga Makes it to the Final Four:

NCAA Power 16 Rankings

Mon, 03/18/2019 - 5:06pm

It’s here. The best playoff system in sports is finally here. Conference Championship play has wrapped up with some surprises as well as some expected outcomes. The return of Zion helped lead Duke to an ACC title and teams like Iowa State and Oregon secured bids to go dancing with conference titles of their own.

The Grind Session World Championship

Mon, 03/18/2019 - 12:06pm

The Grind Session provides a league for prep schools and have had numerous NBA player come through the league in it’s few years of existence. This year’s World Championship provided plenty of talent over four days of competition.

The Grind Session Season Awards:


Daishen Nix and Lamelo BallDaishen Nix and Lamelo BallLaMelo Ball – Spire Institute 2019

Offensive Player of the Year