Jay Bilas writes that there are two changes the NCAA can make in order to offset the negative effects of the NBA draft's one-and-done rule. Doing so would both improve college basketball's on-court product and put more of an emphasis on academics.
Kentucky's Anthony Davis is the clear choice for the No. 1 overall pick in the NBA draft, but other prospects also have star potential. Jay Bilas lists five potential NBA stars and six others who have upside but more questions.
Jay Bilas writes that the decline in the quality of play in college basketball in recent seasons can in part be blamed on poor officiating. He offers up some solutions, as well as some rule changes, that could help fix things.
ESPN Insider Jay Bilas writes that people greatly misunderstand John Calipari because the Kentucky head coach is honest about the NCAA system and doesn't shy away from making it a priority to get his players to the NBA.
ESPN Insider Jay Bilas ranks his top 10 big men in college basketball, taking into consideration current production and future potential. Bilas writes that Jared Sullinger is the best college big man in the game, but he doesn't top the list.
Kentucky's Terrence Jones flaunts serious talent, but up-and-down performances have cast doubts on his potential. Jay Bilas argues Jones is typical of a maturing player and if he dedicates himself to his teammates, the rest will fall into place.
Jay Bilas reports after his work at the LeBron James Skills Academy, where he says incoming Kentucky freshman Anthony Davis looked sensational, a high school junior stood tall against King James and LeBron showed a flattering side of his character.