Filling out brackets is cool until the Madness overrides the purity of the best tournament in sports, Scoop Jackson writes.
Creighton star Doug McDermott fits the prototype of a player who can set the foundation for a franchise. It's too bad most GMs won't see that potential, Scoop Jackson writes.
The Duke basketball team went on a trip to designed to elevate the athletes and the school. Instead, one photo thoughtlessly depressed the school's image, Scoop Jackson writes.
We need to realize universities and colleges are businesses and that there will never be true parity for student athletes even if we pay them to play, Scoop Jackson writes.
The passing of the great Alimoe (aka: "The Black Widow") in late February marked the beginning of the end of what was always believed to be an infinite era of basketball. The playground legend has been pushed aside.
Guards make Michigan the favorite of the 16 teams left in the NCAA tournament. Tim Hardaway Jr. and Trey Burke are the new Dereck Whittenburg and Sidney Lowe, maybe better.
Illinois' second-half fade looks eerily reminiscent to last season's collapse.
This is not the Big Ten we've been used to seeing of late. This is now the place where the players play every day all day. The new B.I.G. 10: The NCAA basketball version of the football in the SEC.
Anthony Davis has gone from unknown to the center of the basketball world. Can he repeat that meteoric two-year ascent in the NBA?
Chicago has become the basketball capital of the world.
College sports keeps throwing up signs that ought to stop us from believing in their virtue, and we keep running right through them. How much longer 'til we reach a tipping point?
In this epidemic of NBA players doing obscure, unnecessary jobs to avoid being stuck in million-dollar homes, Luke Walton went a direction other players weren't conscientious enough to go.
Was that a hip-hop icon or a part-owner of the Nets who went into the Kentucky locker room during the NCAA tournament? Was it Jay-Z or Shawn Carter? Can they co-exist in the NBA?
Selection Sunday was the start of March Sadness for the University of Colorado. But by moving past the NCAA snub in a hurry, the Buffs turned their NIT experience into a positive.
The Buckeyes' Jared Sullinger has a strong family tradition, not to mention the template from another Ohio fast-track phenom, to look to for guidance through a very bright future.
Kemba Walker is carrying more than just the weight of UConn's hoops future on his shoulders. He's reawakening the lost legacy of legendary New York City point guards.