The TrueHoop Network's Nuggets blog assembles their wish list for Draft Night. Topping that list: Kenneth Faried.
Utah Jazz schedule first NBA Draft workout | The Salt Lake Tribune
In case you missed the post on this yesterday, he Jazz are scheduled to hold their first NBA Draft workout Sunday. Cleveland State's Norris Cole and Butler's Shelvin Mack will be in attendance.
In Defense of Jimmer Fredette's Defense - Dispelling the Pre-Draft Fables - Bright Side Of The Sun
SB Nation's Phoenix Suns blog with a great post on the bad rep the BYU scoring machine has gotten at the other end of the floor and why his college D may not be a strong indicator of his success at the next level.
Identifying the top over/underachievers in college basketball's modern history - ESPN
Pat Forde takes a look at the most overachieving and underachieving college basketball programs of the modern era. Surprise surprise, Butler and Gonzaga both make the overachievers list.
The first 30 - Wyoming Tribune Eagle Online
Larry Shyatt is back at Wyoming more than a decade after he bolted the program for the greener pastures of Clemson and the ACC. Now he's back and he has some interesting comments to make about coaching at big time programs - go read.
Free of NCAA sanctions, Kent State's Rob Senderoff has 'phenomenal' feeling - Sporting News
Mike DeCourcy checks in with a nice feature on Kent State's head coach, definitely worth your time to read.
Blogger Spotlight: Talking NY hoops with Big Apple Buckets | Beyond the Arc
Mike Miller beat me to the punch on this, but in all honesty if you haven't checked out Big Apple Buckets yet, do yourself a favor and head on over for excellent coverage of New York college basketball.
UC Irvine forward Eric Wise will transfer to USC - latimes.com
The Anteaters suffer a tough loss as the 6-foot-6 Wise averaged over 16 points and a team-high 8 rebounds last season, while starting in 62 of the 63 games he played in two seasons with the program.
Ben Knox Leaves Basketball Team - North Texas Mean Green Athletics
Mean Green center Ben Knox has opted to forgo his final two seasons with the North Texas basketball team, choosing to step away from the sport. His production and minutes were limited last season, but the 6-foot-10 big man was certainly making strides on the court.