Unsubstantiated Speculation: Today's NBA Draft Rumors

June 4th, 2007
GeorgetownIt’s sort of fitting the Spurs and the Cavs will be playing in the NBA Finals. For all the fans and sportswriters who love to yell about the biggest draft busts of the past, this series will feature the two most influential picks since Shaq: Tim Duncan and LeBron James. Two No. 1 picks that now represent probably the two most valuable players in the league. The draft works! … Well if you have a selective memory. Anyway, Portland and Seattle will get to witness first-hand the potential results of their upcoming draft picks and Kevin Durant and Greg Oden will watch

2007 NBA Draft Poll: Who Will Be the #1 Pick

May 21st, 2007
NBA Draft

The One and Done Club: Freshmen in the 2007 NBA Draft

May 21st, 2007
Georgia Tech

Any serious discussions concerning the 2007 NBA draft must begin with talk of the fabulous freshman class entered in it. In all, eight NCAA freshmen have thrown their hats into the ring for this year's draft, which is not an overwhelming number. However, the talent level of some of these frosh is what sets this year's draft class apart.

Carl Landry: NBA Draft Profile

May 15th, 2007

NBA Draft: Carl Landry

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Mike Conley: NBA Draft Profile

May 15th, 2007
Ohio St

NBA Draft: Mike Conley Jr.

2007 Coaching Changes List

April 27th, 2007

Filled Jobs


Air Force - Jeff Bzdelik - Jeff Reynolds
Arkansas - Stan Heath - John Pelphrey (South Alabama)
Binghamton - Al Walker - Kevin Broadus
Bowling Green - Dan Dakich - Louis Orr (Seton Hall)
Butler - Todd Lickliter - Brad Stevens
Chicago State - Kevin Jones - Benjy Taylor
Colorado - Ricardo Patton - Jeff Bzdelik (Air Force)
Colorado State - Dale Layer - Tim Miles (ND State)
Denver - Terry Carroll - Joe Scott (Princeton)
Drake - Tom Davis - Keno Davis
Evansville - Steve Merfeld - Marty Simmons

Tyler Smith Leaves Iowa.. Headed to Tennessee?

April 23rd, 2007

Iowa freshman forward Tyler Smith has been granted his release from the university. He said that he wanted to transfer closer to his home in Pulaski, Tennessee, to be closer to his father, who suffers from lung cancer. Athletic director Gary Barta saw it coming. "I have had conversations with both Tyler and his father from the time we knew we would have a coaching change," said Barta. "Both expressed a sincere appreciation for Iowa, but also hinted toward a desire for Tyler to continue his career closer to home.” New coach Todd Lickliter supported the decision.