With the college basketball landscape flattening by the day, creating an environment where runs from programs like Florida Gulf Coast are more and more commonplace, the big guys need to work even harder to secure talent to keep them on a national stage.
Arizona State recognizes this fact and they’re not messing around, to the point where they have reportedly offered a 7th grader a scholarship (that would put him in the Class of 2018). It’s not just any 7th grader though, this kid is a problem. Read More »
We were this close to full-fledged Spike Albrecht Mania today. If Michigan had won last night’s National Championship game, the story of the 5-11, bowl-cut-sporting, unrecruited freshman who shot the Wolverines to a title would have been the stuff of all-time legend. Instead, it’s a good story and one piece of an overall wildly-entertaining last game of the NCAA season. Regardless of last night’s outcome, Spike was feeling himself to the point where he was throwing game at Kate Upton.
We caught this last night: highlight footage of young Spike doing work in high school game back in Crown Point, Indiana a few years ago. Read More »
Aquille Carr, Dime #65
For the last two years, we have faithfully documented the rise of 5-7 Baltimore high school scoring machine Aquille Carr (watch his insane highlights here).
Lately though, serious trouble has seemed to follow Carr. Read More »
When it comes to actual athletic ability, the entertainment industry is full of phonies. How many artists would have you believe that they could have been a pro athlete if they hadn’t picked up a mic instead?
Now, I’m not saying that 2 Chainz could have been playing in the NBA today, but as you can see from this footage of him playing ball in high school, he could almost certainly give you buckets. Read More »