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.
Chad Ford takes a look at a few NBA prospects whose teams might not make it to the NCAA tournament, thus severely limiting the amount of time they have to prove themselves to pro scouts in game situations.
The trade deadline showed what NBA teams think of this season's draft crop, but something else became clear as well -- the Cleveland Cavaliers, likely recipients of the No. 1 overall choice, will target Duke's Kyrie Irving with their top pick.
After looking at individual players in his weekly stock watch the past few weeks, Chad Ford pulls back a bit and focuses on this year's NBA draft as a whole, finding the good and bad at each position group.
In this installment of Conference Voices, Washington's Isaiah Thomas explains why he's raising the roof again, how he became online buddies with Kevin Durant, and why he's excited to play in Oregon's new arena.
At the midpoint of the college basketball season, Chad Ford examines eight questions that must be answered by draft night. Among the topics discussed: Who's the No. 1 pick? What can we expect from Enes Kanter? And who is the most underrated prospect?
Chad Ford looks at 10 NBA prospects who took the court in Honolulu for the Diamond Head Classic with Klay Thompson leading the way in turning scouts' heads and Renardo Sidney continuing to turn them away.
With the college basketball season around the corner, Chad Ford goes conference by conference in previewing the top draft prospects scouts are watching. In the Pac-10, UCLA owns the cream of the crop, but an Arizona sophomore is making waves.
Fran Fraschilla scouted several of college basketball's brightest stars at the LeBron James skills academy, and offers an early look at which guys have improved and how they stack up for the 2011 NBA draft.
The Pac-10 is down this year, but there are still some intriguing prospects out West. David Thorpe scouts Klay Thompson, Quincy Pondexter and Malcolm Lee to determine if -- and where -- they'll fit into this year's NBA draft.
Fran Fraschilla looks at a group of players he feels are underappreciated by NBA scouts and GMs, and another he feels are prized too highly, and offers his unique scouting take on where they belong in the draft.