The NBA Draft will be taking place Thursday night and so us at Hoops Hub (Mark Chajkowski and Tony Romanello) have put together our mock draft. Below is our mock for the entire first round. We alternated the pick with Tony doing the odds and Mark doing the evens. 1. Philadelphia 76ers – Markelle Fultz, PG, Washington Markelle Fultz has been the consensus top prospect … Continue reading Hoops Hub’s 2017 NBA Mock Draft
With the NBA Draft just a few days away now, Mark Chajkowski and I (Tony Romanello) have put together our 2016 Mock Draft. Mark and I alternated picks with me doing the odd numbered picks and Mark doing the even picks. Below are the results of our mock draft. 1. Philadelphia 76ers – Ben Simmons, PF, LSU The Sixers announced a few days ago that … Continue reading Hoops Hub’s 2016 NBA Mock Draft
Last Updated: 5/16/2016 1. Ben Simmons PF/SF | LSU | Freshman 6’10” | 240 2. Brandon Ingram SF | Duke | Freshman 6’9″ | 190 3. Dragan Bender PF | Croatia | International 7’1″ | 220 4. Kris Dunn PG | Providence | Junior 6’4″ | 220 5. Jaylen Brown SF/SG | California | Freshman 6’7″ | 222 6. Jamal Murray SG | Kentucky | … Continue reading 2016 NBA Draft Top 50 Big Board
The 2016 McDonald’s All-American game took place Wednesday night in Chicago with the West team beating out the East team 114-107. The game showcased some of the top high school talent in the nation that will be entering the NCAA next season. So after getting a glimpse of these top players, here are some thoughts and takeaways from the game and some players that stood out. … Continue reading Takeaways from the 2016 McDonald’s All-American Game
At the beginning of the NCAA basketball season, Ben Simmons (I wrote about Simmons earlier in the season) was looked at as easily the top NBA Draft prospect and basically be on a tier of his own. But Duke small forward Brandon Ingram has seemed to have closed the gap between the two. Ingram got off to rather slow start to his collegiate career after … Continue reading Brandon Ingram closing the gap on Ben Simmons?
Ben Simmons was the nations top ranked recruit coming into this season. He now sits atop most draft boards and is the early favorite to be the No. 1 overall pick in the upcoming NBA Draft. Through the first seven games of his collegiate career, Simmons is averaging an impressive 19.9 points, a nation leading 14.9 rebounds, 6.0 assists, 2.4 steals, 1.6 blocks and just … Continue reading Ben Simmons: What we’ve seen from the top prospect so far
With the NBA Draft now over, here is how I grade what every team did last night. Continue reading “2015 NBA Draft Grades”
6:52pm Here we will be following the draft live with analysis
You will find live reactions, results, and our takes on those results. The blog will keep updating, so make sure you keep refreshing!
The NBA Draft has a lot of fluctuation. Players work out for dozens of teams, and teams often don’t show their hands. This means that players can work out for the teams 8-20 and not know where they’re going in that range. I will take a look at some of the prospects in this draft, and the highest and lowest they should go. Continue reading “Projecting the Range of Top Prospects”
The NBA Draft is Thursday, and here is a draft primer so you know what you’re talking about. Here is a guide to what your favorite team should do, who the prospects are, and things to look out for during the draft: Continue reading “Knowing Your Shit: An NBA Draft Lottery Primer”