CPP’s College Basketball Week 2 Awards

Well, well, well, not a bad first full week of college basketball. In the first week we saw many games worthy of a February/March feel, with late game dramatics, team reaching deep into their depth, and great individual performances And this is all before Thanksgiving, with preseason tournaments like Maui and Battle

Duke F Jayson Tatum Suffers Sprained Foot

In another unfortunate bit of injury news for Duke, forward Jayson Tatum sprained his foot yesterday in practice and is expected to miss two weeks. Tatum’s injury came during Duke’s open practice yesterday, and was initially reported as a possible stress reaction by DraftExpress’ Jonathan Givony. However, after an MRI, Duke

#1 C in 2017 Robinson commits to Western Kentucky

No, you did not misread the headline. Yes, the Western is supposed to be there. In a stunning decision, Mitchell Robinson, the #9 player in the class of 2017 and the #1 Center within the class, has committed to Western Kentucky over LSU amongst others. Robinson, a former Texas A&M commit, decommitted in

USA Basketball reveals FIBA U17 World Championship Roster

For those that are looking for basketball to watch in the summer after the NBA finals are over, and also interested in seeing some of the best Class of 2017 prospects compete together, look no further than the U17 FIBA World Championships, a bi-annual event that showcases the best players

Duke Transfer Thornton to USC

After a two-month decision process, Point guard Derryck Thornton has decided to transfer to the University of Southern California, according to Scout.com. Thornton originally was a five star recruit in the Class of 2016, before reclassifying to the Class of 2015 in April 2015. He was the #14 ranked recruit in