Which Team Will Suffer Most from NBA Draft Declarations?

Photo Credit: The Slipper Still Fits As usual, changes from year to year in college basketball are inevitable. Seniors graduate, high school seniors begin their college careers, and many underclassmen declare for the NBA draft. Which team will suffer the most this upcoming season as a result of NBA draft declarations in particular? Teams like Kentucky and Duke lose a lot of underclassmen each year, but … Continue reading Which Team Will Suffer Most from NBA Draft Declarations?

Way-Too-Early 2017-2018 NCAA Basketball Power Rankings

Photo Credit: NCAA Logos (featured image), CBS Sports (team logos) This list includes each team’s record from the 2016-2017 NCAA basketball season. NOTE: This list could change in the future based on recruiting, NBA Draft declarations or lack thereof, and much more. The season does not start for another seven months.  Wichita State Shockers (31-5) Kansas Jayhawks (31-5) Arizona Wildcats (32-5) Kentucky Wildcats (32-6)  Duke … Continue reading Way-Too-Early 2017-2018 NCAA Basketball Power Rankings

Kansas Lands Lawson Brother Transfers

Photo Credit: SB Nation The Kansas Jayhawks’ mens basketball team has landed two transfers from the Memphis Tigers who happen to be brothers. Sophomore guard Dedric Lawson and freshman guard KJ Lawson both spent two seasons playing for the Tigers, but KJ was given a medical redshirt after appearing in only 10 games in the 2015-2016 season. Now, they are both transferring to Kansas to play … Continue reading Kansas Lands Lawson Brother Transfers

Frank Mason Wins 2017 Wooden Award

Photo Credit: Richmond Times – Dispatch (featured image), CBS Sports (team logos)  Frank Mason, Guard, Kansas Jayhawks (31-5) Kansas Jayhawks’ senior guard Frank Mason has won the 2017 John R. Wooden Award. Mason, 23, led the Jayhawks to a 31-5 record and their 13th consecutive Big XII Conference regular season title. He also led them to the Elite Eight in this season’s NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, where they … Continue reading Frank Mason Wins 2017 Wooden Award

Wichita State To Join American Athletic Conference

Photo Credit: News Day The American Athletic Conference (AAC) unanimously voted to add the Wichita State Shockers to the league starting in the 2017-2018 season. The Shockers will become the 12th team in the AAC, and they will become the first addition to the league since the East Carolina Pirates, Tulane Green Wave, and Tulsa Hurricanes were added in the 2014-2015 season. The Shockers, who have … Continue reading Wichita State To Join American Athletic Conference

How BYU Beating Gonzaga Saved Gonzaga

Photo Credit: Sports Illustrated Had the Gonzaga Bulldogs won the 2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Championship Game over the North Carolina Tar Heels, they would have finished the season with a 38-1 record. This would have made them the first team since the 1973-1974 North Carolina State Wolfpack (30-1) to win the championship with a 1-loss record. As a result, it would have made the … Continue reading How BYU Beating Gonzaga Saved Gonzaga

Despite National Championship Game Loss, Gonzaga Sends HUGE Message To Doubters

Photo Credit: Sports Illustrated   They said Gonzaga was overrated. They said Gonzaga didn’t play anybody. They said Gonzaga would not be prepared for close games. They said Gonzaga would choke like usual. They said Gonzaga would never get to the Final Four.   What “they” said, none of it was true. For Gonzaga, this was about Gonzaga. Not “they”.   Despite the Gonzaga Bulldogs’ disappointing 71-65 … Continue reading Despite National Championship Game Loss, Gonzaga Sends HUGE Message To Doubters