Archive - 2018 - Article

November 16th

Evan Mobley Interview

Fri, 11/16/2018 - 5:07pm

Evan Mobley is a 6'11 bigman prospect out of Rancho Christian high school in Temecula, California. He's a highly skilled bigman who fits today's NBA game with his ability to face the basket and knock down shots, along with his tremendous length, agility and athleticism. Mobley has yet to make a college decision, but there's a lot of speculation that he will ultimately opt to join his father assistant coach, Eric Mobley and brother Isaiah Mobley at Souther Cal.

November 10th

2018-19 Big Ten Preview

Sat, 11/10/2018 - 5:31pm

Preseason Player of the Year

Carsen Edwards, PG, Purdue

November 4th

2018-19 ACC Preview

Sun, 11/04/2018 - 12:22pm

1. Duke Blue Devils

2017-2018 Record: 26-7 (13-5)

Key Departures: Marvin Bagley, Grayson Allen, Wendell Carter, Gary Trent Jr, Trevon Duval

Key Additions: RJ Barrett, Zion Williamson, Cameron Reddish, Tre Jones, Joey Baker

November 1st

2018 Big East Preview

Thu, 11/01/2018 - 11:52am

1. Villanova Wildcats

2017-2018 Record: 30-4 (14-4)

Key Departures: Jalen Brunson, Omari Spellman, Mikal Bridges, Donte DiVincenzo

Key Additions: Jahvon Quinerly, Brandon Slater, Cole Swider, Joe Cremo, Saddiq Bey

October 30th

2018 USA Junior National Team October Minicamp: Junior Standouts

Tue, 10/30/2018 - 11:02pm

The 2020 high school class appears to have the depth missing from the class of 2019. Providing a great deal of intrigue they managed to compete evenly with the senior class in Colorado Springs. Though injuries were an issue with a few top prospects in 2020 (as they were with a majority of 2019), a few players managed to stand out throughout the October 5-7 USA Junior Minicamp. 2020 has a number of exciting guard and wing prospects, with some skilled and athletic big men mixed in as well.

Scottie Barnes SF/PF 7/31/2001

October 21st

2018 USA Junior National Team October Minicamp: Senior Standouts

Sun, 10/21/2018 - 2:02pm

The 2018 USA Junior National Team October Minicamp took place between October 5th and 7th in Colorado Springs. With an immense amount of talent in each of the four high school classes, the event was extremely useful and getting a read on some of the brightest high school stars for future levels. We first take a look at the top seniors that participated.

Jaden McDaniels 9/29/2000

September 20th

James Wiseman Interview

Fri, 09/21/2018 - 1:02am

James Wiseman earned MVP of the West in the Underclassman All-American Game scoring 21 points and ten rebounds. Standing at 7'1 with a 7’4.5 wingspan and flashing improved offensive skills, he’s established himself as one of the elite talents in the 2019 high school class and on the NBA horizon. We got a chance to catch up with him following his standout performance. What was your impression of the event and how would you compare it to other events you’ve been a part of?

August 24th

Let the Warriors Light the Way

Fri, 08/24/2018 - 10:50pm

“How the Golden State Warriors Are Breaking the NBA”

“Would love to see the Warriors versus the Western Conference all-stars.” –Quincy Pondexter

“For a league that was making strides to catch the super-team that is the Warriors…the latest acquisition… sets the other 29 teams back quite a bit.” -Daniel Lubofsky,

August 16th

2018-2019 NCAA Basketball Top 25

Thu, 08/16/2018 - 8:37pm

1. Kentucky Wildcats

August 6th

Prep Prospect Watch: Top 10 Point Guards

Mon, 08/06/2018 - 10:25pm

Lead guards tend to dominate the ball at the high school level as the July live evaluation period saw a number of talented players with the ball in their hands. Some of these players are more scoring-minded players while others can distribute and run an offense with the best of them.

Here are nine names to watch out for in the Classes of 2019, 2020 and 2021.