The last day of February brings us two Top 25 men's games, Big East women's basketball showdowns, elite point guard duels in the NBA and even some post-trade deadline hockey. Here's what we're watching tonight.
Fran Fraschilla evaluates some top college freshmen -- Josh Selby, Harrison Barnes, Jared Sullinger, etc. -- in terms of how their ability might translate to the NBA. Sullinger looks good, but right now, Barnes does not.
Chad Ford lists five lessons he learned from observing workouts in Las Vegas, the second stop on his pre-draft tour, and rearranges his Big Board a bit as a result. Among those who impressed: Avery Bradley, Lance Stephenson and James Anderson.
As the early-entry deadline approaches, Fran Fraschilla examines the role college coaches play in the process. Juggling the desire to win with a player's NBA dream can be a tough act, especially if the coach hopes to land more top recruits.
Every season produces lasting memories, and the 2009-10 season produced some truly great moments. Here is what I will remember: • ... that there was not a single historically "great" basketball team this season, but there were several tru...
There was some very minor controversy during the Syracuse-UConn game on Wednesday night. After securing an offensive rebound and a new shot clock, Scoop Jardine drove to the rim instead of pulling it back out to run clock. As Jardine neared the...
David Thorpe studies the film of Cole Aldrich, Solomon Alabi and Dexter Pittman to see what the big men can bring to an NBA roster. Each could help a team, but none appears close to being a star, and maybe not even a consistent starter.