With opening night of the 2019 college basketball season ending, this year's freshmen class certainly did not disappoint in their first taste of NCAA action. We finally got to witness Duke's Big Three on national television against Kentucky and their top-notch freshmen, as well as Kansas' dynamic duo against Michigan State in the State Farm … Continue reading First Impressions for 2019 Freshmen
College basketball is back TONIGHT ladies and gentleman and I could not be more excited for my favorite time of the year. Every team has lost stars to graduation and the NBA and replaced them with varieties of highly recruited freshmen, transfers, and grad-transfers. After one of the most exciting March Madness tournaments in recent … Continue reading 2018-19 College Basketball Preview
The 1-and-done rule has been a hot topic in basketball for sometime now. Players have been speaking out against the NCAA more than ever recently. This morning NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski announced that the NBA and the NBA Players Association are talking about a change to the rule and it may be implemented as soon … Continue reading 1-And-Done Close to Ending?
Last night Villanova took down Michigan 79-62 to secure their second National Championship in the last three years! They dominated through the tournament beating Radford, Alabama, West Virginia, Texas Tech, Kansas and Michigan, winning every game by at least 12 points. they hit a record 18 threes in a semi-final game as they whooped Kansas … Continue reading Donte’s Inferno