Report: Kevin Garnett Will Re-Sign With the Timberwolves

We all expected this to happen, but when veteran power forward Kevin Garnett hits the free agency market on July 1st, he will in-fact re-sign with the Minnesota Timberwolves after he was traded from the Nets to the Timberwolves last season. Garnett will likely be used to mentor the young talent the Timberwolves have acquiredContinue reading “Report: Kevin Garnett Will Re-Sign With the Timberwolves”

Karl-Anthony Towns on T-Wolves: ‘When we put everything together, we can be a top team in the West”

The Minnesota Timberwolves elected to use the first overall pick on Kentucky power forward Karl-Anthony Towns during the NBA draft last night. Towns was one of 6 Kentucky players to be drafted, and the third Wildcat to go number one in the last five years. Towns knows the Timberwolves aren’t far from being a greatContinue reading “Karl-Anthony Towns on T-Wolves: ‘When we put everything together, we can be a top team in the West””

Malik Newman’s Commitment to Mississippi State Great for College Basketball

Malik Newman. An explosive combo guard from Jackson, Mississippi, committed to Mississippi State on April 24th. Newman chose Mississippi State over Arizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, Florida State, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisville, LSU, Memphis, N.C. State, North Carolina, Ole Miss, Duke Georgetown, and Southern Miss. I wasn’t that caught off guard by Newman’s decision to stay in hisContinue reading “Malik Newman’s Commitment to Mississippi State Great for College Basketball”

Every College Basketball One Seed’s X-Factor

The NCAA tournament is finally here. While your busy filling out your brackets, wondering which top teams get upset, will a one seed lose to 16th seed for the first time, or if Kentucky will stay perfect, we are analyzing every possible way that someone or something can change a team. With that being established,Continue reading “Every College Basketball One Seed’s X-Factor”

The Man That Gets no Hype: Keifer Sykes

Maybe it’s because he doesn’t play for Kentucky, Duke, North Carolina, Louisville, or another top basketball program, but Keifer Sykes deserves more credit for his amazing play. Sykes has spent his career at the university of Wisconsin-Green Bay coming out of one of the biggest high schools in Chicago. He is averaging 18.3 points 4.5Continue reading “The Man That Gets no Hype: Keifer Sykes”

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