Terrence Jones looked like a sure-fire top five pick after the first few games of his freshman season at Kentucky. Not any more.
Let’s face it, Anthony Davis is the obvious No. 1. But who should go next?
With early entries to the 2012 NBA Draft set, college hoops insider Jon Rothstein updated his early Top 25.
After praising Carmelo Anthony as “the best offensive player in the NBA,” Charles Barkley returned to form and buried New York.
After failing to make the tourney for the second time in three seasons, the Bruins have reloaded after landing two of the top four prospects in the country.
With National Signing Day set for Wednesday, Jon Rothstein breaks down the potential suitors for Nerlens Noel, the top big man in the Class of 2012.
The entire landscape of the 2012-13 college basketball season will be affected this week by two monumental decisions.
With the big programs set to lose — and gain –some key players, the NCAA landscape could look quite different next season.
As Jim Nantz said while confetti rained inside New Orleans’ Superdome, the Kentucky Coronation is complete. The Wildcats, the nation’s best team all season, beat Kansas last night 67-59 for the school’s eighth national championship.
With the Wildcats from Kentucky taking out the Jayhawks from Kansas, Jerry Recco understandably began his update right there.
John Calipari seems to wear the widest black hat of any college coach in recent memory. And I’m not sure why.
Kentucky has so much talent, it can afford an off-night from one or two players. The one player the Wildcats can’t afford a poor effort from is point guard Marquis Teague.
It would take a masterful game for Kansas to pull the upset. But that won’t happen.
The Buckeyes don’t wow you offensively but are exceptionally tough and seem to land every 50-50 ball. On Saturday, that will be the difference.
If Darius Miller and Doron Lamb find seams and make enough shots from the perimeter, John Calipari should have his team in the National Championship game.