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NBA Draft: Risers and Fallers | January Edition

Reading Time: 4 minutesCollege Basketball this season has been incredibly entertaining thus far with a nice mix of returning star players and freshman dominating the scene. During this season, there have been several players who have skyrocketed up scouts’ draft boards while there are others who have plummeted their ranking. Let’s take a look at which players have shocked the world and become top prospects, and which guys went from promising NBA talent to tanking to the second round and potentially being undrafted Riser #1: Johnny Davis, PG/SG, Sophomore, Wisconsin Johnny Davis has been THE story of the College...

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A Way-Too-Early NBA Mock Draft

Reading Time: 6 minutesBoth the NBA and College Basketball season just tipped off but that doesn’t mean we can’t do a mock draft. This mock draft will be constructed based on first impressions of both NBA teams and prospects. Things will be very different by the time the actual draft rolls around, but seeing how much it changes can be a lot of fun. This mock will be using projected NBA standings since it is still very early into the NBA season. 1. Houston Rockets: Chet Holmgren, Center, Gonzaga The unicorn and so far number one pick Chet Holmgren...

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Scottie Barnes’ Incredible Two-Way Potential

Reading Time: 2 minutesScottie Barnes is considered one of the safest prospects in the NBA Draft after his efficient year coming off the bench at Florida State. But, what really draws teams to Scottie Barnes? 1. Body and Athleticism – 6’9″, 227 lbs, 7’2″ Wingspan Similar to Jonathan Kuminga, Scottie Barnes is built like an NBA veteran. He has a solid body and uses it to bully smaller defenders. This also comes in handy when driving as he does not get pushed easily. He is also long, giving him an advantage over many defenders. He also has big hands...

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Do Jonathan Kuminga’s Strength’s Outweigh his Weaknesses?

Reading Time: 3 minutesJonathan Kuminga has been storied for a while as many fans know the stories of Kuminga walking miles in the Congo to find the nearest basketball court. After coming to the United States and playing High School ball, Kuminga played a season in the G-League Bubble. But, how does Kuminga rank as a prospect? 1. Body and Athleticism – 6’8, 220lbs, 6’11″ Wingspan Jonathan Kuminga is physically gifted as he has the body of an NBA veteran. At 6’8 and 220lbs, he is built like a bull. Kuminga is very strong and dominates players. Despite his...

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Is the Jalen Green Hype Legit?

Reading Time: 2 minutesJalen Green has been on the scene for a while after being one of the top high school recruits. After taking a non-traditional route and playing in the G-League bubble, how does Green compare to other prospects? Body and Athleticism – 6’6, 178lbs, 6’7 ½ Wingspan  Jalen Green has been on the scene for a while and that can be due to his extreme athleticism. Green rose to the top and has hundreds of mixtapes due to his speed and vertical. At 6’6, Green is the perfect height for the two-guard. Green has to bulk up...

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