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.
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.
Even after the deadline to declare for the NBA draft has passed, the fortunes of a few top college teams remain in flux as some players decide whether to remain in the draft. Jay Bilas examines which squads could be hurt the most.
For the past two seasons college basketball has been without a great team in the estimation of Jay Bilas. Thanks to a looming NBA lockout and a stellar incoming class of freshman, that promises to change in 2012. Bilas provides a preview.
Many are wagging their fingers at John Calipari and Kentucky over Eric Bledsoe's eligibility concerns, but Jay Bilas says it isn't just Cal's fault, and we all need to get off our high horses. Plus, why Tom Izzo can succeed in the NBA.
Here's a novel concept: Instead of asking how we can graduate more athletes, we should be asking how we should best educate our athletes. We place way too much emphasis on graduation rates and far too little on the importance of educating athletes. T...
"Is [insert name of college underclassman here] ready for the NBA?" This time of year, that is the question that I get most often about underclassmen in college basketball. Years ago, I used to answer it, and it seemed as if a young prospect's dec...