Basketball Articles

Bracket Suggestions And Major Conference Tournament Wrap

by Dan Hanner

On teams that have been lucky/unlucky on margin of victory, why this might be a year to pick more chalk and final thoughts on the final day of the conference tournaments. Read more »
Non-National NBA Games Of The Week (Mar. 16-Mar. 22)

by Daniel Leroux

While the NCAA Tournament certainly takes some of the spotlight away from the NBA during the stretch run, it makes the non-national schedule much stronger. Friday and Sunday in particular are incredibly exciting days of NBA action with important and intriguing games. Read more »
Big East Tournament, Days 3 & 4

by Jordan Tyler

Despite a tightly contested semifinal, Josh Hard and Villanova pulled away early in the final and never looked back against Xavier. Read more »
Major Conference Tournaments Day 4 and 5

by Dan Hanner

Looking back at the Friday and Saturday of Championship Week. Read more »
Big East Tournament Review (Days 1 & 2)

by Jordan Tyler

While the first two days featured plenty of sloppy play, capped off by an OT thriller, the cream will likely rise to the top in the semis. Read more »
Major Conference Tournaments Day 3

by Dan Hanner

Thursday featured an insane amount of win-or-go home basketball, and I have all the highlights. Read more »
Free DraftKings' $100,000 Fantasy Basketball Contest

by RealGM Staff Report

DraftKings is offering RealGM readers free access to a fantasy basketball contest for Friday's slate of action with $100,000 in prizes. Read more »
Scouting Report: Toure' Murry

by Cameron Schott

With immediate help needed in Washington, Tour'e Murry’s versatility will help the bench compensate for some losses. Murry isn’t a shooter, but is a creative passer that excels as a defender. Read more »
Major Conference Tournaments Day 2

by Dan Hanner

Reviewing all the major conference tournaments from a busy Wednesday. Read more »
Coach's Corner: Exceptions To Never Doubling The Post

by Brett Koremenos

While in general a case can be made that NBA head coaches should avoid the use of double-teams, there are exceptions. In an attempt to complete the discussion, here’s a list of few situations that likely make a doubling the post the proper play. Read more »
Previewing The Big East Tournament

by Jordan Tyler

Villanova enter the Big East tournament as favorites with Georgetown, Butler and Providence posing the biggest threats. Read more »
The Emergence Of Jordan Clarkson

by Sam Yip

Jordan Clarkson is speedy and versatile with his size and has become a great pick out of the second round by the Lakers. Read more »
Scouting Report: Seth Curry

by Cameron Schott

Seth Curry is a lethal shooter who has shown improvement when running the pick-and-roll. His size and athleticism may not be ideal, but Curry's shooting ability, basketball IQ, and instincts help compensate. Read more »
Scouting Report: Jabari Brown

by Cameron Schott

As the top scorer in the D-League, Jabari Brown will provide some much needed offense for the Lakers. While he’s a knock-down shooter, there’s a chance Brown could be more than just a shooting specialist in the NBA. Read more »
How To Spot A Potential Cinderella For The NCAA Tournament

by Jonathan Tjarks

For the most part, Championship Week and the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament are all about the underdogs. For a team from a low-major or mid-major conference, winning two games in the NCAA Tournament is their equivalent of winning a national title. Read more »
Major Conference Tournaments Day 1

by Dan Hanner

Here is a full rundown of the first day of the ACC tournament. Read more »
Championship Week Primer

by Dan Hanner

Looking back at the final weekend of the regular season and previewing the major conference tournaments. Read more »
How Iowa State Can Make A Final Four Run

by Jonathan Tjarks

Under Fred Hoiberg's direction, Iowa State has become the most consistent threat to Kansas in the Big 12, despite not having nearly the same level of recruits. They are NCAA players running an NBA offense. Read more »
Non-National NBA Games Of The Week (Mar. 9-Mar. 15)

by Daniel Leroux

Considering we are a little more than a month away from the playoffs, it would follow that the non-national games would be stronger with increased stakes. Those matchups will come but sadly will not be here this week, but we'll instead get some great games out of nowhere. Read more »
Two Years Ago, MS Hit The NBA

by Andrew Perna

It's been two years since multiple sclerosis was at the forefront of NBA consciousness when the Mavericks called Chris Wright up from the Iowa Energy and signed him to a 10-day contract. Read more »