Tag Archives: Jared Sullinger

10@10: Scariest people involved with basketball

31 Oct

By Justin Young
National Hoops Report

Happy Sugar Day, folks. Since it is Halloween, we thought it would be a good time to bring back the 10 at 10 feature. With that in mind, who are the 10 scariest people involved with college basketball? If there is a player, coach, official, etc., not on this list, post your suggestion in the comments section below. Continue reading

2011-2012 Preseason NHR All-Sophomore Team

12 Oct

By Justin Young
National Hoops Report

The sophomore class of college basketball is loaded with stars at all levels. At the top of the class, there are a number of clear-cut superstars in the class. Two of the nation’s best players are sophomores. One of the fastest rising stars in the nation is a sophomore. Perhaps the most versatile player in the nation and one of the best “upside” prospects are both sophomores.

The class is loaded. Here is who the National Hoops Report team thought were the five best of the class. Continue reading

U19 American lost to Russia but, in reality, they lost long ago

8 Jul


By Justin Young
National Hoops Report

The United States 19 and under men’s basketball team won’t be returning home from Latvia with a gold medal. In fact, they won’t return with any medal at all.

The Russians beat the U.S. team 79-74 on Friday. The best the Americans can do is fifth place.

Understand something, though. This wasn’t the best team America could suit up. Continue reading

Five college basketball names on the Twitter 140

7 Jul

By Justin Young
National Hoops Report

Jameson Fleming penned the Twitter 140 today on the Eye on Sports blog on CBSSports.com.

There were four college basketball personalities on the top 50 list and five total of the 140. Continue reading

Winners & losers of NBA early entry deadline

25 Apr

Cory Joseph and Tristan Thompson headline the NBA Draft early entry list.

By Justin Young
National Hoops Report

The deadline to declare early entry for the NBA Draft was on Sunday night. A number of underclassmen declared and a number of top level players decided to stay put. Who won and who lost? Continue reading