After watching several of the nation's top incoming recruits at the Nike Hoop Summit this weekend, Fran Fraschilla breaks down their games and offers tips on how they can improve before the 2013-14 season tips off.
In the second edition of his NBA draft Big Board, Chad Ford ranks the top 30 prospects for the 2013 NBA draft. Kentucky freshman Nerlens Noel retains his No. 1 spot, but several big names move up and down the list.
Jay Bilas and Chad Ford consider the merits of Kentucky, and whether another loaded recruiting class can deliver another title. So far, there are plenty of questions. Plus, prospects to watch and big questions.
The SEC was in a lull before John Calipari took over at Kentucky, but since he brought his strength on the recruiting trail and top-flight competition to the league, he has forced conference foes to set up their game.
We're still waiting on multiple standout underclassmen to make final calls on their pro futures. Some appear to be ready to go. And others are on the fence. Let's take a look at the decisions that have been made and the ones still to come.
Time is running out for five NBA prospects. With their teams on the verge of not making the NCAA tournament, Illinois' Meyers Leonard, Arkansas' B.J. Young and others might only have their conference tournaments to impress scouts.