Monthly Archives: March 2020

The X and Dru Show

Crafty, elusive, and clutch are three adjectives to describe the Missouri Tigers backcourt. Dru Smith and Xavier Pinson are going to have to carry a lot of load next year for the Tigers, if they want to be successful. They did this year, and expectations are much higher for next year. Smith, who will be a senior next year is

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An early look into 2021 CBB Futures

March 26th, 2020: The only buzz surrounding the college basketball world revolves around transfer news, draft declarations and future wagers. If that’s all we have, so be it. Let’s dive into three teams with valuable future odds to win next year’s National Championship. (all odds listed courtesy of Bovada) Villanova (+1800) Projected NBA Draft Selections: Saddiq Bey (Jr.) Projected Starting Five: 

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Interview with Stony Brook’ Leading Scorers Elijah Olaniyi and Makale Foreman

Elijah Olaniyi and Makale Foreman were key parts of a Stony Brook team that not only met but exceeded expectations. Olaniyi, an all American East First Team member, had an incredible season averaging 18 points per game, 6.5 rebounds, and even added 44 steals in 28 games. He scored 33 points in a win this season, a career-high, and still

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Fan Vote 2020. ‘What if?’ Tournament Bracket – Round of 64

The ‘First Four’ proved to be exciting as usual!  In the first matchup, 16-seeds NC-Central and Siena provided an interesting matchup, with NC-Central ultimately pulling away, 92-73.  In game two, Markell Johnson proved to be too much, as his NC State Wolfpack took down Oklahoma, 92-68, to advance to play the 5-seed in Butler. On day two, Prairie View A&M

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2019-2020 Season Statistics Recap

With an unfortunate and abrupt ending to the season, many high-quality tournament games were not played at all. However, this gives us an opportunity to look at who ended the season strongly on a statistical note. With the amount of games already played for these individuals, it can be strongly said that these would be the most probable outcomes of

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