The NBA Draft had a definite international flair this year with four of the first seven picks from overseas and five of the first seven from a foreign country.
I recently appeared on ESPN 680 Louisville with Andy Sweeney to break down all the ins and outs of the 2011 NBA Draft.
With the NBA Draft only a day away we thought we'd look at a few players who have been helping themselves as a result of participating in team workouts.
Tim Shea is one of the most respected members of the international basketball community. Due to the large number of potential international first round picks in this year's NBA Draft we thought we'd get Tim's thoughts on the upcoming draft.
On Wednesday (6/15) I joined the Gordon Monson Show on 104.7 FM and 1280 AM The Zone in Salt Lake City to break down the NBA Draft. Specifically, I discussed the rising stock of Jimmer Fredette.
HuffPost's Jordan Schultz broke down the NBA Draft on Wednesday (6/15) with Noah Coslov of CineSport.
Enes Kanter was the number one center prospect coming out of high school last year. He is still the number one center prospect entering the NBA draft. He is a very tough and strong player with all of the skills needed to succeed in the paint.
Student-athletes in the sport of basketball are caught in a quagmire of rules and regulations that were developed between the NBA and NCAA -- both of which are acting in their own interest.
The NBA draft lottery is tonight. The team with the worst record, the New Jersey Nets, has a 25% chance of winning.
You can bring out all the stars and stops, but at the end of the day, or season in this matter, LeBron is looking to join a winner. You can't put lipstick on the standings.
TGIF everyone, here's my Top 5 for June 26, 2009.
Happy Thursday everyone, here's my Top 5 for June 25, 2009.
My honest advice to the amazingly talented, young Jeremy Tyler is quite simple: Procure a great disability policy from Lloyd's of London, improve your game and get your money son.
There are players who are not ready for the NBA at 18 -- but scrap the age limit and administer a "Minimum Basic Skills Test." Electricians, plumbers and teachers all have licenses. Why not NBA players?