Monthly Archives: May 2019

Armenia Look to Bounce Back in Euro 2020 Qualifiers

After putting up a goose egg during the first two match-days of the 2020 Euro qualifiers, Armenia will look to bounce back during the second international break, with a home game against Liechtenstein before making the trek to Greece, needing … Continue reading

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Cal State Northridge Offers Aidan Prukop

Already holding offers from Bucknell, Montana State, UC Riverside, Cal State Fullerton, South Utah and Cal Poly (as per Verbal Commits), the Mater Dei Monarch shooting guard has picked up an offer from Mark Gottfriend in the Valley.

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2020 NBA Big Board

With the 2019 draft in the near future, there’s no time better to look forward another year and at the prospects of the 2020 draft. 1] James Wiseman (Memphis) – Little arguing Wiseman as the most intriguing incoming freshman, and … Continue reading

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NBA Mock Draft 1.0:

  1] New Orleans Pelicans select Zion Williamson out of Duke University David Griffin at the NBA Draft Lottery, and winning it? What an absolute shock. Almost as much of a shock as Zion Williamson being the clear-cut top selection. … Continue reading

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Patrick Beverly To Dallas?

With social media continuing to take over, athletes and celebrities tend to drop hints through their personal accounts. Such as Eric Bledsoe when he “didn’t want to be here,” before being traded away from Phoenix. No one believed that Bledsoe … Continue reading

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