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And Then Came Cal / 47 University Of Kentucky McDonald’s All-Americans … & One Of The Dumbest Articles Ever

      I came across a an article on the internet a few days ago written by a guy named Jeff Eisenberg which was entitled “Only One NBA Team  Has As Many McDonald’s All-Americans As Kentucky Will Next Year”. You can find it here http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/ncaab-the-dagger/only-one-nba-team-has-as-many-mcdonald-s-all-americans-as-kentucky-will-next-year-194851314.html . I started to not read the Eisenberg article because I Read more

The 2014 NBA Draft Has Ballooned Into A Scary Number’s Game For Many

  The NBA draft is always a numbers-game. But now, with 38-underclassmen/foreign players having already declared for the 2014 draft – the writing is on the wall: “Too many players and too few HIGH draft-picks.” I looked at eight of the most popular “mock NBA draft sites” yesterday once news broke that Baylor 7’1 center Isaiah Austin Read more

That Awful Orange Blazer & Donnie Tyndall As The Vols New “Captain”

Ray Mears, widely known as “The Father of University of Tennessee Basketball” began wearing an orange blazer during his time as coach of the Vols. Mears coached UT from 1962-1977. Don Devoe, who coached Tennessee from 1978-1989, always appeared comfortable in the orange jacket. Bruce Pearl strutted his stuff in along the UT sidelines from Read more

Julius Randle’s NBA “Clone”/Steph Curry, Warriors vs. Clips Game 2 and Donnie Tyndall To Tennessee?

Donnie Tyndall is reportedly going to be named the new head men’s basketball coach at Tennessee. Tyndall’s gone from Morehead State to Southern Miss – and now to Tennessee in a matter of 3-years. Good coach & nice guy, I’m sure. But recruiting in the SEC is heavyweight-stuff. It remains to be seen if Tyndall Read more

15 NBA Exec’s & Scouts Opinions From 15 NBA Teams – On 15 NCAA Underclassmen

    When you’re a high-school and college player all you hear from the media is how great you are. Most family members, friends and fans and are saying the same kinds of great things. Your coaches are about the only people who tell you that there are “warts” on your game. Your coaches are Read more

SEC Network Launch – Right Around The Corner – BRING IT!

      Attention, Kentucky fans! Check-out this short vid on the SEC Network – set to launch this fall. These guys are covering upwards of 150-200 SEC basketball games – not to mention the best college football in the land. Good stuff and ’bout time!     #SECNetwork

The Return Of The Big, Talented And Elite Upperclassmen To NCAA Basketball – ‘Cats Willie And ‘Cards Montrezl Are Back

  Willie Cauley-Stein and Montrezl Harrell made my day yesterday. Just when I’d nearly given-up on late-lottery-type underclassmen sticking-around in order to improve the hand’s they’re holding – these two youngsters – in one day – restore my faith. Kentucky’s WCS and Louisville’s ‘Trezl, in one afternoon, have given college basketball fans something they haven’t Read more

A History of One And Done – & Guide For All Freshman Considering “Making The Jump”

  Since 2006 college basketball has been dealing with the NBA’s “One and Done”-rule. I personally dislike it. Very much. Something needs to be done about it. Soon. But, since we’re in the midst of this terrible rule – let’s take a closer-look look at the history of “one and done” – as well as Read more

2014 IRex3.com “King of Brackets” Bracket Challenge Results

  Irex3.com “King of Brackets” Bracket Challenge Results  Congratulations to the bracket-challenge winners! Danny Bird is the 2014 IRex3.com “King of Brackets”. DB won the contest with a total of 115-points and had Florida as his national-champ. Picking the Gators to win it all ultimately did not hurt Danny, as all 9 of the players beneath Read more

Can’t Reason With Unreasonable – Cal, The Loud BBN Minority And The Business of Basketball

You can’t reason with unreasonable. I don’t see the game from a fan’s point of view. Never have. I see it from a player’s point of view and as a business. I’ve cried over losses I played in. But never have I shed a tear or thrown a tantrum over a game I watched. I’m Read more

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