Corey Kispert 2021 NBA Draft Profile


Corey Kispert is a four-year senior from Edmonds, Washington who has improved every season, thanks to Gonzaga head coach Mark Few and his staff. Corey Kispert 2021 NBA Draft Profile College Career Most people know Kispert as a lights-out shooter. Well, that’s absolutely the case with him. However, he’s been a locked-in starter for the […] READ MORE

NBA Top Shot Part 3: More Issues

Another week, and another view of the latest regarding NBA Top Shot. As we talked about in the previous two articles, Top Shot is booming, and booming big time. However, the last couple of weeks have turned the market nearly upside down rather quickly. NBA Top Shot Part 3: More Issues As discussed previously, NBA […] READ MORE

The Incredible Final Four

The 2021 NCAA March Madness tournament has been one of the wildest in recent memory. Upset after upset, Oregon State making a deep run. PAC-12 dominating and ACC faltering. The Final Four on Saturday lived up to the hype, well, not the first game. All in all, the field is set for the National Championship […] READ MORE

NBA Mock Draft: Lottery Edition


The college basketball season is, unfortunately, coming to an end. It’s only a couple of days before a national champion is crowned and a runner-up is sadly determined. With March Madness coming to a close, it’s time for another chapter: NBA Mock Draft season. Without a doubt this year’s March Madness run has been wild, […] READ MORE

NBA Top Shot Part 2: The New Drop


NBA Top Shot has been the latest buzz from the time the calendar flipped to the year 2021. The latest trend and fad in the collectible world has been a hot topic for the past few months. However, it seems that so many people have joined the Top Shot network that the server can’t handle […] READ MORE

The Midwest Region is Wild


This year’s March Madness tournament has been as unpredictable as ever. There were gigantic double-digit upsets in the first round and some unheard of programs making Sweet 16 runs (shoutout to Oral Roberts). There were early disappointments and first-round bracket-busting losses (Texas, Ohio State). However, nothing’s been more unpredictable than the Midwest Region. Somehow, someway, […] READ MORE

Norman Powell Trade Destinations


Welcome to the NBA trade deadline. The year is 2021 and the deadline is pushed back to the end of March due to the delayed start to the season. Of course, last year’s pause pushed everything back and who knows when the schedule will go back to some form of normalcy. Still, one of the […] READ MORE

NCAA Tournament Day 4


While the first few days were full of upsets and shocking endings, day four returned to a form of normalcy. Essentially everybody who was supposed to take care of business did on Monday to earn trips to the Sweet 16. Of course, there were surprises, just like every year. In a weird stat, only one […] READ MORE

NCAA Tournament Day 3


Seriously, this has been madness at its finest. Usually, we see upsets in the Round of 64, and then the Round of 32 filters out the Cinderellas from the dwarves. However, Sunday was as wild as we can remember any second-round being. Three double-digit seeds advanced and we saw our first one-seed fall (sorry, Illinois). […] READ MORE

March Madness: First Four Preview


The NCAA Tournament is back after a year away and that’s great news for basketball fans everywhere. March Madness is most sports fans’ favorite time of the year, and for good reason. With the brackets being announced and the regions full of terrific matchups, the same can be said for the First Four. Previewing the […] READ MORE