Mike Gribanov and Brandon Jefferson are back again and they discuss and breakdown the first week of action in the NCAA and also highlight some of the potential overseas prospects that will most likely be part of the 2017 NBA … Continue reading Small Ball NBA Draft Podcast Episode 4
Chris St. Jean >>> Mitchell. I had time on Saturday afternoon and I fired up League Pass Broadband with no live games going. I immediately went to the fourth quarter and OT of the Sixers/Pacers on Friday night (12/11). Joel … Continue reading The Hustle: Week Six – League Pass Go To’s
College basketball is back and in full effect. After a couple days of big name debuts and primetime battles, refresh yourself on the names of the players that will be making the most noise in the upcoming 2017 NBA Draft. … Continue reading Small Ball NBA Draft Podcast Episodes 1-3
Season 1 Episode 2 “The Bottle Episode” This is the second part of my preseason NBA draft big board. The introduction and explanation of the process is in the first part. This edition will have prospects ranked between 26-45, as … Continue reading Mike Gribanov’s 2017 NBA Draft Big Board
Season 1 Episode 1 “Pilot” With the college basketball season nearly upon us and some international leagues already over a month into their seasons, it’s a good time to bring out the pre-season addition of the big board. Brandon Jefferson … Continue reading Mike Gribanov’s 2017 NBA Draft Big Board
Paul Mitchell: Okay, St. Jean, in last week’s The Hustle we played the small sample size game in relation to teams off to unsustainable starts this early into the season.
This week, can we talk about players who are particularly balling out, even if it is just a few weeks into ‘16-17?
Which player(s) are you impressed by already, and which are able to make The Leap into continued success over the next few months? How about any players who are possibly playing above their means and which you think will regress a bit with more time? And finally, have you seen any struggling players yet who you might be worried about over the long-term?
(Thanks, I’ll take my answers off-air.)
In the one and done era of college basketball, the strength of each draft depends primarily on the strength of the freshman class of the previous college season. Unfortunately, last year’s draft class was pretty disappointing. Especially considering the new … Continue reading Ranking College Teams Based on Their NBA Draft Prospects