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Author: Benjamin Bornstein

March Madness Final Four Games: How to Watch, Preview, and More

That was the last time three new teams made the final weekend of the college basketball season. Well, 53 years later and we get to repeat the feat thanks to an absolutely absurd string of weekends filled with drama, madness, and pure chaos. The round of 64 gave us some nice upsets and so did the round of 32 and so did the Sweet 16 and so did the Elite Eight games. Now we are here at the March Madness Final Four. Are you sensing the theme yet? On top of all those upsets, we’ve also got a first-time-ever...

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Noah Clowney Prospect Watch: His Game is No Joke

Photo via: Stuart McNair/247Sports The San Antonio Spurs are still near the bottom of the standings and that means plenty of options when it comes to who they might select in the 2023 NBA Draft. They could just as easily use their early pick or trade down in this draft and just collect assets. If they do move down in this draft, Alabama big man Noah Clowney might be an option. The 6-foot-10, 210-pound freshman is an excellent rebounder and could eventually be a floor-spacing big man in the NBA. He has to show some more shot-making from deep...

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March Madness Elite 8 Games: How to Watch, Preview, and More

(Credit: University of Texas Athletics) Welcome to the March Madness Elite 8 everyone. The Sweet 16 games for Thursday and Friday have already come and gone and given us some instant classic moments. UCLA and Gonzaga produced yet another game that came down to the wire and surely made Adam Morrison proud as a Gonzaga alum. Kansas State and Michigan State went to overtime with KSU point guard Markquis Nowell giving us an all-time performance while breaking the NCAA Tournament record for most assists in a single game with 19! We also got the mighty Volunteers falling to the...

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Jalen Hood-Schifino Prospect Watch: A Classic Glue Guy

(Credit: Lee Klafczynski/IndyStar) With mere games left in the season, the San Antonio Spurs are still near the bottom of the NBA standings. Fortunately, that means potential for some high lottery picking. It could also mean some trading down and grabbing extra picks along the way. Whichever event happens, we’ve got you covered with this week’s prospect to watch in Indiana freshman Jalen Hood-Schifino. The 6-foot-6, 213-pound combo guard was pressed into starting point guard duty early in the season after an injury knocked Xavier Johnson out for the year. Hood-Schifino has shown some nice flashes of what he...

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