NCAA Tournament East Region Preview

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It is here! After months of fun and excitement, the NCAA Tournament has arrived. Here I preview the East Region. This region is full of good teams and there are a bunch of different teams that could come out of this region and put Philadelphia on top. Put on your dancing shoes because it is […] READ MORE



Brandon “BJ” Boston Jr. 2021 NBA Draft Profile

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Brandon “BJ” Boston Jr came out of high school as a highly regarded one-and-done player. Boston’s NBA draft stock dropped considerably after an inconsistent season at Kentucky. Boston stands at a slender and lengthy 6 feet 7 inches, making him a high ceiling wing prospect. Brandon Boston 2021 NBA Draft Profile College Career Boston won […] READ MORE


Are One-And-Dones Worth It For Teams?

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College basketball’s perennial powers are struggling this season. Duke has fallen out of the Top 25 for the first time since the 2015-16 season, Kentucky is having its worst season in decades, and North Carolina, while 11-6, is also out of the Top 25. Their one-and-done strategy is again falling short. One-And-Dones Not Working Out […] READ MORE


NCAA Preseason Rankings: Part Three

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The moment we have all been waiting for. The top ten of the NCAA preseason rankings. It should be somewhat clear who is on this list, but the order may be surprising to some. It is not as heavily populated by the traditional powers as one might think. You can find teams 30-20 here and […] READ MORE


LWOS Bracketology 6.0

LWOS Bracketology 6.0 is here. This week, several mid-major conferences started their conference tournaments. The rest of the conferences will wrap up conference play this week and will begin tournament play next week. Over the last week, plenty of good teams have lost and the bubble is shrinking already. Here is Bracketology 6.0. LWOS Bracketology […] READ MORE


LWOS Bracketology 5.0

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Selection Sunday is just two weeks away. Ahead of us are conference tournaments and a whole lot of nail-biting. LWOS Bracketology 5.0 is here with an update that will now come in a weekly fashion leading up to the official bracket reveal. Here is Bracketology 5.0. LWOS Bracketology 5.0 Conference Breakdown The Big Ten has […] READ MORE


Lack of Home-Court Advantage in College Basketball

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This college basketball season has been an interesting one, to say the least. While there has been a revolving door of number one teams, possibly the strangest results have been the lack of home-court advantage, especially in conference play. What Home-Court Advantage? Entering 1/19, home teams have won just 59.6 percent in conference play. This […] READ MORE


LWOS Bracketology 1.0

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The 2020 college basketball season is about halfway through. These means it is time for the first installment of LWOS Bracketology 1.0. Throughout the rest of the NCAA season, LWOS will produce an updated bracket, including overall seeding, bi-weekly. Here is the first version of the bracket. LWOS Bracketology 1.0 Conference Breakdown Much has been […] READ MORE


Early Struggles for Jordan Nwora

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Jordan Nwora entered the season as the preseason Player of the Year in the ACC. He is considered one of the best players in the nation and rightfully so. Nwora is responsible for Louisville’s quick turnaround during the Rick Pitino to Chris Mack transition. However, Nwora has been off to an inconsistent start. Louisville is one […] READ MORE