Even the NBA Finals can’t compare to the attention lavished on the NCAA tournament, and that exposure provides a great opportunity for players with NBA dreams. Kemba Walker’s national title run last year is only the most recent example of a player whose draft stock shot up on the strength of a scintillating showing in the Big Dance. There’s no shortage of players who entered the tourney hoping to follow Walker’s example, but plenty (notably including Duke’s high-scoring Austin Rivers and UConn behemoth Andre Drummond ) have already seen their postseason runs end.
The 2012 NCAA Tournament is just around the corner, and it is the perfect time for certain athletes to greatly increase their draft stock for the 2012 NBA draft. A phenomenal performance will do wonders for a player leading up to th... Read Post
Last year, Kemba Walker was brilliant in postseason play, leading UConn to a national championship by scoring 23.5 points and 5.6 assists per game in the NCAA tournament. Who will be this year's Kemba Walker? What player has the abi... Read Post
As Kemba Walker proved a year ago, the NCAA tournament can be the best possible stage for an NBA prospect to improve his draft position. The bright lights of March Madness also work the other way, though, and a bad performance in a ... Read Post