Saw the UCLA game and, like you, Jerry, have watched hoops a long time. This was more about effort, skill & feel and less about Goloman blocking his shot. And, 2/3/4 Sun Devils around him every post touch. Maybe I’m wrong.👍 https://t.co/OhSM0sxqP0
After his 4th straight game of 10+ assists, while on the floor this season, @PackMensBball Markell Johnson has assisted on 44% of his teammates' made field goals (1.2 points per possession as a pick-and-roll passer) https://t.co/PMvnM3pKwp
Behind the play of point guard John Davis III, #Furman leads the SoCon in turnover margin and assist-to-turnover ratio. The Paladins committed a season-low 5 turnovers in Saturday's win versus Samford. #ALLDINpic.twitter.com/JDWEbnhLG2
Ben Simmons and Jayson Tatum have received most of the rookie attention, but Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell has also been terrific. Averaging 17.5 points and shooting 38 percent from deep. Simmons leads rookies in scoring (17.7), rebounding (9.5) and assists (7.5).
On offense, Duke is positing up far more frequently with Marvin Bagley. @bgeis_bird takes a look at how Duke involves Bagley — including one of the most unstoppable plays in college hoops https://t.co/wQDeRI2K4k
First, they put up 90 points on the road against South Dakota. Tonight, they dropped 96 on Mercer.@MeanGreenMBB is making a run at the @CBITourney title, and they’re going to be big time players in the Conference USA race come 2018-19. #GMG#BSC
Another brutal 24 hours for Pac-12 men’s hoops, which went 1-4 in NIT second round. No. 1 seed USC, No. 3 Oregon, No. 3 Stanford and No. 5 Washington lost. No. 2 Utah is the only team alive and nothing short of a NIT title can begin to salvage a miserable season for the Pac-12.