NBA Draft

Ben Simmons Considered Consensus No. 1 Prospect For 2016
Fifty-one NBA scouts and execs attended Ben Simmons' game in Brooklyn on Monday in which he had 21 points, 20 rebounds and seven assists.
No. 5 Recruit Malik Monk Commits To Kentucky
Malik Monk is a 6'3 shooting guard and an electrifying athlete.
Harry Giles Commits To Duke
Harry Giles will have the chance to play with Jayson Tatum, who is ESPN's No. 2 recruit.
Harry Giles Tears ACL In Right Knee
Harry Giles is considered the top recruit of the 2016 incoming freshman class.
Skal Labissiere Cleared By NCAA To Play For Kentucky
Skal Labissiere is projected as a top-3 pick in the 2016 NBA Draft.
Ben Simmons Has 41.5-Inch Vertical During LSU's Combine
Ben Simmons has also added 11 pounds since late June.
Skal Labissiere Hasn't Been Cleared To Play For Kentucky
Skal Labissiere is expected to be one of the first three picks of the 2016 NBA Draft.
ESPN Gives 28 Five-Star Grades To Class Of 2016
Harry Giles, Jayson Tatum, Josh Jackson, Dennis Smith Jr. and Malik Monk are in ESPN's top-five.
Dunc'd On Pod: Mike Schmitz of DraftExpress On 2016, 2017 Draft Prospects
Nate Duncan is joined by Mike Schmitz of DraftExpress to introduce listeners to key 2016 and 2017 NBA draft prospects, including Skal Labissiere, Ben Simmons, Jaylen Brown, Brandon Ingram, Harry Giles and Dennis Smith.
Simmons, Labissiere, Jaylen Brown Comprise Ford's Top-3 For 2016
Chad Ford reports that several general managers claim Ben Simmons would have been their choice for the first overall pick in 2015 had he been eligible.

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Top-10 College Basketball Games For November, December

by Jonathan Tjarks

How the top prospects perform against other top prospects will tell us a lot more about their games than the type of statistics they rack up against Directional U.

Unearthing 3-And-D Wings Late In The Draft

by Jonathan Tjarks

What Danuel House and Dorian Finney-Smith have in common are physical tools and a skill-set that could allow them to carve out a long career in the NBA as 3-and-D wings.

Older Center Prospects Can Be The Exception To The Rule

by Jonathan Tjarks

You have to throw out the stats and focus on skill-set with a player like A.J. Hammons, who is too good of an interior defender and too good of an offensive player to not have a 10+ year career in the NBA.

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NCAA Leaders

James Daniel 27.60 Points

Ben Simmons 14.40 Rebounds

Kahlil Felder 10.67 Assists

Amida Brimah 4.33 Blocks

Kris Dunn 5.25 Steals

Ronnie Johnson 45.97 PER

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