Flash back to last year about a month or two before the draft. There were very players being discussed as franchise changers and when tiers were used, no prospect fell into the category of potential All-Star or franchise player.
In episode three of the 2014 NBA Draft Forecast Podcast we talk to an NBA Agent, like last year, to discuss the day-to-day functions of an agent, some misconceptions, and how agents are essentially scouts.
2014 NBA Draft Blog No. 1 Every season there is fluidity and change happens throughout a season, that is expected. Some elements of a draft meet expectations, others exceed, while some do not show the natural progression required to make
In the second episode of the NBA Draft(fore)Cast Mike Pudlow of Scouting the Mid-Majors joins the conversation to discuss some of the top prospects that are not on the National Radar or playing games on ESPN.
Previewing the NBA Draft over at Dime Magazine with five topics including stock rising, stock falling, a Top 5 list, what we know, and what we do not know. Also, delving into the teams and what they may need and/or
After 194 games of action college basketball is back and in the sense of evaluating prospects the 2014 NBA Draft has begun as well. The process for every draft is 2-3 years in advance with scouting, evaluating, and making moves
True Mid-Majors as they are called are becoming more and more rare in college basketball. Smaller programs are able to recruit big time talents making conferences like the A-10, C-USA, WAC, WCC, and American Conferences all very talented homes for