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Poll: Who is the #1 PG Prospect in College Basketball?

December 15th, 2008

Buffalo Gives #2 UCONN Major Scare

December 4th, 2008
BuffaloBUFFALO, NY - The last time Connecticut played a game at the University at Buffalo was 1951. You can bet it will be another 50 years before the Huskies return to Amherst after the Bulls put a major scare into the nation's second-ranked team. UB fell to Connecticut, 68-64, before a frenzied crowd at Alumni Arena.

NBA: Top 10 Prospect Report

December 3rd, 2008
James Harden - ASU

Joey Whelan will be checking in throughout the season with his Top 10 Prospects Report, a look at who is rising and falling in the game of college basketball:


1. Blake Griffin - Oklahoma

Hasheem Thabeet: NBA Draft Profile

November 29th, 2008
Haseem Thabeet - UCONN

Hasheem Thabeet

Big East Coach Ranking: Sweet Sixteen

November 20th, 2008
Big East

The 2008-09 Big East season should bring as much excitement as any.  Commonly regarded as the toughest conference in college basketball, it has the potential to put 9+ teams into the NCAA tournament come March.


At the backbone of a great team comes a great coach, and the Big East has plenty of great coaches.  But which coaches are the best?  Let's just say that a well-padded résumé is not enough to give a coach top honors in this conference.


2008-09 UCONN Basketball Preview: #3

November 14th, 2008
UCONN Basketball

Connecticut Huskies


Top Lists: Unknown Gems, Comeback Players, Shot Blockers

November 11th, 2008


We’ve covered the preseason All-Americans, Final Four picks and individual team previews. Now it’s time for the fun stuff – the guys who make college basketball so fun to watch. Let the debates begin.

College Basketball: Best Frontcourts

November 10th, 2008

A solid frontcourt is a must-have component of a national championship team. Good rebounding gives a team second and third chances to score on offense and eliminates those chances on defense. Shot blocking can take the wind out of the opponents sail. Versatility is a must as is the ability to the run the floor. Scoring inside the paint adds another dimension when the shooters go cold.  To sum it up, the men down low and on the wing are huge difference makers for their team, offensively and defensively.