By Jon Rothstein » More Columns UNLV may very well be a Top 10 team heading into next season while possessing arguably the best front court in all of college basketball — but the Runnin Rebels […]
Lamont Jones has played against BYU twice before. But he only remembers one player — one no longer even with the Cougars.
As the Knicks count down the hours to the NBA draft, they can’t help but feel somewhat powerless. The one sure-fire way the team can get who they really want? By trading up.
If he had to choose between the Jazz and Knicks, BYU standout Jimmer Fredette says it’s New York by a narrow margin.
Which backcourt players might be available for the Knicks to draft at No. 17? John Schmeelk has scoured the scouting reports and consolidated all the information in one neat package for you die-hard Knicks fans.
Jimmer Fredette likes the Knicks’ run-and-gun system. Too bad he might not fall to New York at No. 17 in this month’s NBA draft.
Former BYU star Jimmer Fredette said Wednesday that people have been telling him his whole life he’s not a good defensive player. But the Glens Falls, N.Y. native thinks he’s on his way to proving them wrong as he works out for a series of NBA teams — including the Knicks.
Jimmer Fredette scored 34 points Saturday to lift third-seeded Brigham Young to an 89-67 victory over 11th-seeded Gonzaga and send the Cougars to New Orleans for the regional semifinals.