Breakout players (and some player to watch and follow) : Big East edition.

safe choice for breakout player of the year in the Big East

In the last season before major changes, there are many players that could be household names when it’s all said and done….. Continue reading

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NBA breakout players

Xavier Henry of the Kansas Jayhawks basketball...

Xavier Henry of the Kansas Jayhawks basketball team. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Wizards v/s Timberwolves 03/05/11

Wizards v/s Timberwolves 03/05/11 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This is a list of players that I expect to take the next step towards greatness….. Continue reading

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x factor players for three contending teams

Chane Behanan and Chris Smith, Louisville Card...

Chane Behanan and Chris Smith, Louisville Cardinals (Photo credit: MattBritt00)

At NCAA basketball level each team has a problem, albeit small, to solve. Or can be a player whose eventual development can mark the difference between a good and a great season. So let’s see what or who can be the x factor for some of the best teams for next season. Continue reading

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NBA breakout players 2012/2013: Nicolas Batum.

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Basketball recruiting: weekly rundown

In recent days many top 100 players have committed to division-one campus.

Anthony Barber goes to North Carolina State in the ACC. Fast in the open field, is compared to  B.Jennings. Last year  the 6’1″ athlete has improved a lot in managing the team and certainly has the potential to get to the NBA. Continue reading

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