Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes!! While the top 6 picks remain the same there are a lot of changes in the bottom half of the lottery. There are also some players who have moved around and now been selected [...]
In a draft this deep and full of top international prospects, teams drafting in the late teens and early twenties will get great value compared to previous years.
I’m hearing that at least 4 teams plan on trying to make a major move with their lottery pick(s). However, until the draft gets closer and things become a bit clearer, each team will stay put and make the best use of the pick(s) they have. In a draft this deep and full of top international prospects, teams drafting in the late teens and early twenties will get great value compared to previous years.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski and Brett Dawson of Yahoo! Sports, prior to John Calipari signing an extension with Kentucky, the Cleveland Cavaliers “had gone deep in discussions” with the college coach in an attempt to land Calipari as the team’s president and coach.
Jon Rothstein talks about the Cavs’ options with the No. 1 pick, why Joel Embiid should be the selection, the argument between Jabari Parker and Andrew Wiggins, find out which player he thinks Wiggins can be the “enhanced version”…
Kansas Head Basketball Coach Bill Self joined Baskin & Phelps Tuesday to discuss his pair of freshman that could be on the Cavaliers radar for the 2014 NBA Draft at #1, breaking down what makes Joel Embiid and Andrew Wiggins great, saying that Embiid’s back will not be a long term issue, the ridiculous athleticism of Wiggins, the decision making process front offices face with the number one pick, and his thoughts on the “one and done”.
UConn coach Kevin Ollie is listening to job offers, but isn’t looking to leave Connecticut.
Carlos Hyde has long admired Frank Gore, and now he wants to compete against the veteran running back for San Francisco’s starting job.
The Colts selected Ohio State offensive lineman Jack Mewhort with their first pick in the NFL draft, taking the 6-foot-6, 309-pounder at No. 59 overall Friday night.
Welcome to Day 2 of the NFL draft. Plenty of running backs are still available.
Photos from the Ohio State – Michigan State game on February 24th. The Buckeyes won 68-60.