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Early Season Tournaments Part 1

by Dan Hanner

Oct 30, 2014 4:31 PM

Using his yet-to-be-released rankings for the 351 Division I schools, Dan Hanner previews the early season tournaments. Read more »

Tags: Connecticut Huskies, NCAA

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The Big Mistake: Measurables Vs. Situation

by Jonathan Tjarks

Jun 5, 2014 1:31 AM

When you are scouting a player in college, you have to scout his teammates and his coaching staff too. Just look at what's happened to Thomas Robinson and Andre Drummond in two NBA seasons. Read more »

Tags: Andre Drummond, Thomas Robinson, Detroit Pistons, Portland Trail Blazers, Sacramento Kings, Kansas Jayhawks, Connecticut Huskies, NCAA, NBA, NBA NBA Draft, NBA Draft General

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Looking To The 2015 NBA Draft: Returning Point Guards

by Jonathan Tjarks

Apr 29, 2014 1:21 AM

Delon Wright, Marcus Paige, Rysheed Jordan, Andrew Harrison and Ryan Boatright are returning to college, but are the most intriguing point guard prospects for the NBA. Read more »

Tags: North Carolina Tar Heels, Connecticut Huskies, St. John's Red Storm, Utah Utes, Kentucky Wildcats, NCAA, NBA, NBA NBA Draft, NBA Draft General

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A Champion Is Crowned

by Dan Hanner

Should Kentucky have played more zone this year, why Niels Giffey made a lot of fans happy, and how Napier survived a few frustrated moments to lead his team to victory. Read more »
UConn-Kentucky Title Game Shows Changes In College Basketball

by Cameron Schott

Kevin Ollie didnít recruit most of his roster, but his offense and maneuvering of lineups have been essential to reach the championship. The Huskies starting lineup has shown a change of the times as well. Read more »
Final Four Saturday

by Dan Hanner

Kentucky continues to overcome the odds, Wisconsin's season was historic even without a Final Four win, and I break down the simulcasts. Read more »
Rudy Gay Faces Difficulty Of Recapturing Budding Stardom

by Shams Charania

Rudy Gay reached a peak three seasons ago, and at 27 now he hasnít attained the individual or team milestones that his gifts were expected to bestow. Three games into the Raptorsí season, his shooting is pedestrian and he admits heís hastily searching for an offensive rhythm. Read more »
Why Comparing Players By High School Class Makes More Sense

by Jonathan Tjarks

Once players leave AAU basketball and enter college, their careers diverge quickly, even those with similar amounts of talent. Some declare too early, others too late. A perfect example of how our perceptions can change is to compare Jeremy Lamb to Victor Oladipo. Read more »
Comparing The Conferences

by Dan Hanner

The Pac-12 has been suffering through a long dark period. The Big Ten has been dominant (at least in the pre-conference schedule) for the last few years. Should we expect a change this year? Is the Pac-12ís slump over? Is the Big Tenís boom about to come to an end? Read more »
Team-By-Team Gold Medal Winners

by Christopher Reina

The Jazz and Thunder have had the most Gold Medalists since the USA began bringing NBA players in 1992, while Duke leads amongst colleges. How do the other 29 NBA teams rank? Read more »
2012 Big East Power Rankings

by RealGM Staff Report

Syracuse finished the regular season with a 17-1 record and were predictably significantly better than any Big East rival. Read more »
Major Conference Tournaments Day 2: Big East, Pac-12

by Dan Hanner

How important is it to have Jim Calhoun on the sideline, Oklahoma's late game gamble, and other observations from Wednesday of Championship Week. Read more »
The Audacity Of The NCAA On Ryan Boatright

by Jonathan Tjarks

The Ryan Boatright situation proves once again that the only third party allowed to profit off college basketball players is the NCAA itself and theyíll fight to the bitter end to ensure it stays that way. Read more »
Top NCAA Coaches Of Past Five Years

by Dan Hanner

There are a lot of complicated ways to evaluate college coaches, but in this edition we look at the coaches with the best per possession numbers over the last five years. Read more »
Freshmen Bring Hope

by Dan Hanner

Teams that play a lot of freshmen are the most likely to improve as the season goes on, while those with a lot of experience are more likely to plateau. In this piece, we examine freshmen minutes for every major school in the country. Read more »
The Census: RealGM's NCAA Rankings For Dec. 12

by RealGM Staff Report

Syracuse has yet to leave New York and have played a relatively soft schedule, with their only impressive wins coming against Florida and Stanford, but they are 10-0 and now No. 1 in RealGMís weekly poll. Read more »
The Census: RealGM's NCAA Rankings For Dec. 5

by RealGM Staff Report

Aaron Craft, Jared Sullinger and Ohio State were ready to trounce on the No. 1 slot in RealGM's rankings if not for an Anthony Davis block. Read more »
The Census: RealGM's NCAA Rankings For Nov. 28th

by RealGM Staff Report

Kentucky at No. 1, North Carolina drops to No. 4, while Saint Louis, Harvard, San Diego State and Creighton enter RealGM's rankings. Read more »
Big East Prospect Watch

by Jordan Tyler

With Jeremy Lamb, Andre Drummond, Khem Birch and Mouphtaou Yarou, the Big East once again has several high-quality NBA prospects. Read more »
Talent Squandered: College Basketball's Ultimate Underachieving Teams Since 2003

by Dan Hanner

Georgia Tech in 2003 with Chris Bosh, Michigan State in 2006 with Shannon Brown and Paul Davis, Connecticut in 2010 one year before winning the championship and a 2010 North Carolina team with Ed Davis, John Henson and a host of other top recruits. Read more »