The Bobcats sent a major buzz throughout the basketball universe last week by hiring St. John’s assistant Mike Dunlap as their head coach — and don’t be surprised if they make a splash of equal proportions on draft night.
Jerry Recco’s first update of the morning began in a similar fashion as to today’s show, by providing the details surrounding the Yankees 5-4 win over the Indians – including losing Andy Pettitte for 6-8 weeks to a broken fibula.
With the NBA draft coming up Thursday, Knicks news has been flying left and right — even though they have no first-round pick. Let’s cover it all.
An athletic freak that has a chance to be a lock down defender, Jared Cunningham may be the best player in this draft that no one knows about.
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?
College basketball’s Player of the Year and the consensus choice for the number one pick in Thursday’s NBA Draft, Anthony Davis joined Boomer and Craig via the hotline.
This 2012 NBA Mock Draft is more like a blueprint for what each team should do and not what they will do. Too many times, teams make the wrong decision based on the determination that a certain player has more talent than another or too much consideration is given towards long-term value versus short-term greatness.
The entire basketball world seems to be bullish on Waiters. Agents, general managers and college coaches are all raving about the combo guard.
No player could have a more perplexing night on their hands on June 28th than Iowa State’s Royce White.
Talk about a big winner. In addition to landing the top overall selection that will wind up being Kentucky big man Anthony Davis, the Hornets also have the tenth overall pick.
The New Orleans Hornets will get their pick of the litter in next month’s NBA draft. The league’s lottery wasn’t nearly as kind to Brooklyn.
Anthony Davis may be the consensus number one pick in the 2012 NBA Draft but John Calipari believes another one of his players should be second.
Royce White may never play another game at Iowa State, but that doesn’t mean the Cyclones will fall from the top half of the Big 12 without him.
Sophomore Jeremy Lamb declared for the NBA draft on Tuesday, and now freshman center Andre Drummond is doing the same, according to CBSSports.com