Tag Archives: Avery Bradley


Posted on 17. Dec, 2009 by Justin Shulman.


In the modern world of NCAA hoops, freshmen are the only players that scouts label as having “real upside”. It is for this reason; many of them capitalize and leave after one year of college ball for the pro game. The players that stay for their junior and senior seasons, while they may [...]

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The ULTIMATE Collegiate Floor General

Posted on 18. Nov, 2009 by Justin Shulman.


The success of a collegiate offense starts and ends with the point guard position. Without having a special lead guard directing your offense, winning a National Championship is highly unlikely. It takes an extraordinary talent to ensure the ball goes to the right player, in the right place, at the right time on every [...]

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NCAA: November Games To Keep An Eye On

Posted on 05. Nov, 2009 by Nolan Shulman.


With the season less than a week away, Flagrant Fouls highlights some of the key games taking place in November.
FIU @ North Carolina- Zeke makes his coaching debut against the defending National Champs. This is the game Isiah and athletic director Pete Garcia tried to get out of, claiming “We [...]

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NBA Draft Watch- The FRESHMAN

Posted on 03. Nov, 2009 by Justin Shulman.


In the modern world of NCAA hoops there are now a few different classifications of players. You’ve got the “One and done”, the kids who stay a couple seasons to polish their game, and the 4 year seniors. Although we have seen NBA all-stars come from all three categories, it’s always fun [...]

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NBA Draft Rankings: Shooting Guards

Posted on 02. Nov, 2009 by Justin Shulman.


In the 2009 NBA draft, only 5 pure shooting guards were selected in the first round. James Harden, DeMar DeRozen, Terrance Williams, Gerald Henderson, and Wayne Ellington all had above average size and athleticism for the position. Although combo guards are in vogue right now there is still a market for big guards who [...]

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