Wed. Feb 20th, 2019

Minnesota’s Andrew Wiggins is a Problem

In 2014, the Cleveland Cavaliers selected Andrew Wiggins with the first overall pick out of the University of Kansas.  Just a few weeks later, he was involved in a three team trade that would send him to the Minnesota Timberwolves.  That season, Wiggins was one of the loan bright spots in what ended up being a long season for the Timberwolves who finished just 16-66. Wiggins averaged 17 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 2 assists and would go on to win rookie of the year.  After a solid rookie season, many people thought Wiggins would continue to progress into an NBA all-star within the next few years.  However, that has NOT been the case. Continue Reading!


Looking Ahead: The Next Five Games for Ohio State Basketball

After a five game losing streak, Ohio State has found some success by winning two of their last three games. These wins include a road win at Nebraska and a home win against Rutgers. However, the Buckeyes need to keep rattling off wins if they want a shot at making the NCAA tournament. The schedule for Ohio State gets a lot easier coming up so let’s break down the upcoming schedule in order to project how Ohio State’s record will look going forward. Continue Reading!

Canada’s College Basketball Movement

Until recently, the college basketball landscape had been dominated by American players, and understandably so. Compared to the NBA, college basketball garners far less international attention. It was uncommon for players from other countries, including Canada, to become stars on big time college basketball teams. Since the high school class of 2015 entered the college ranks, a class that featured Kentucky’s Jamal Murray of Ontario, Canada, the college level has become increasingly saturated with Canadian talent. Based on the performance of these Canadian players in college so far, don’t expect this trend so slow down anytime soon. Continue Reading!