Warning Signs: What the Postseason Teaches You About Drafting Stars Out of College

Posted in Blogroll, College Basketball on March 24th, 2010 by Okori Wadsworth

Greg Oden. That did not work out too well.

Right now as the NCAA Tournament crests towards the Final Four, and the eventual crowning of a national champion, the draft possibilities of some of the college game’s most intriguing prospects can rise or fall based on what happens from here on in. So I’m giving you the chance to be one step ahead of the game, by knowing what scouts REALLY mean when they talk about players. I’ll even give you an example.

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NFL Playoffs or March Madness – You Choose!

Posted in 1990 UNLV Runnin' Rebels, blog roll, Blogroll, College Basketball, College Basketball's Greatest Teams, March Madness, NCAA, NCAA Basketball, NCAA Basketball Champions on March 13th, 2010 by Ron Glover

Is it the 1999 Tennessee Titans Motor City Miracle or Villanova’s April Fool’s Miracle in 1985? How about the 2007 New England Patriots attempt to join the 1972 Dolphins as undefeated champions or UNLV’s quest in 1991 for an undefeated National Championship season?

What does it for you, the NFL Playoffs in January & February or the Madness in March?

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Reverse the Curse

Posted in 76ers, Carlos Boozer, Christian Laettner, College Basketball, College Basketball's Greatest Teams, Corey Maggette, Elton Brand, Final Four, Grant Hill on March 27th, 2009 by AXG

“The Blueprint 2 homie, follow the moves…you put on two tube socks you couldn’t walk in my shoes…”

Jay – Z – Diamond Is Forever

William Michael Krzyzewski took over a struggling Duke University Men’s Basketball program 29-years ago, and while he has had the success of 3 National Championships, and 10 Final Fours…there is a stigma that goes along with being a Duke Blue Devil.

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