UNC VS VILLANOVA for the Championship game Tomorrow! Who you got?

It’s 1 VS 2, Who ever wins will take it all out of 351 teams its down to 2 Tomorrow Night April 5, 2016 at exactly 9:19 am. manila time. I think BTV will air this for those who have sky cable but if you want to stream it feel free to go here http://atdhe.ru/basketball be careful of the links though and disregard the pop ups. 

These two teams are very much alike except they have contrasting advantage over opponents UNC often rely on their front court of Jackson, Johnson and Meeks.Nova though use their back court of Hart, Arch and Jenkins, both of the other starting 5 members aren’t a joke either. 

Nova’s Starting 5


The determining factor for this game is Bench and i favor UNC’s over Nova. UNC is about 10 deep but Nova is at most 8 deep. Coaching is a toss up but you have to give the edge to the guy who has won it twice already so i would go over his experience on the other hand Jay Wright isn’t a joke either but again Williams has won it twice against equally good or maybe even better than Wright. 

This would be fun game because as I stated both are complete teams just like last year but i think it would come down to the bigs because with the way how college game works the bigs are a big factor that is also the same reason why Nova beat Oklahoma Sooners that way because they were able to contain Hield and the bigs were a non factor pretty much.

Here’s the prediction of analysts from NCAA March Madness:

Here are the highlights of the games

UNC vs Syracuse

Nova VS Oklahoma

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Oh Do i need to remind you who Jaylen Brown is? 23 Pts against Washington!

This dunk may look easy based on the picture but watch the replay here. He was like a bigger version of Jimmy Butler. 

The Cal Bears are clicking just in the nick of time before March Madness start Jaylen Brown is starting to grow in our eyes, he is becoming the leader that they want him to be. The fact that Brown has his fellow freshman phenom in Ivan Rabb, he doesn’t take a step behind him and often times he would lead them to win. Jaylen Brown Scored 23 points to steal a win on the road and keep their March Madness hopes alive. 

Cal bears is undefeated at home with a win over #12 seed Arizona and an absolute dominance over USC, its all thanks to Brown who has average 15 ppg and has scored 20 or more on crucial games that gave them a chance to finish as the #4 seed come championship week. 

Here is the highlight of this monstrous game by Jaylen Brown

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Introducing: Kris Dunn Lottery pick for 2016 NBA DRAFT!

Kris Dunn

Dunn tore his labrum in June 2012 and underwent shoulder surgery immediately after. He made his freshman debut in late December.[3]On December 11, 2013, it was announced Dunn would undergo shoulder surgery and miss the rest of his sophomore season.[4]In the following 2014-2015 season, Dunn returned from injury to earn the Big East Player of the Year and the Defensive Player of the Year awards. Choosing to return for the 2015-2016 season with the intention of graduating, Dunn garnered many preseason accolades, including preseason POY.
Dunn was named Big East Player of the Week on January 4, 2016 after scoring 26 points in a win against St. John’s and a 20 point outing in a victory over ninth-ranked Butler.[5]On February 1, 2016, he was named one of 10 finalists for the Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year Award.[6]

He has gotten better and proved to be a better player after the surgery. Here are the stats for Dunn this senior year from Providence Friars. 

Height: 6’4 
Wingspan: 6’9
Standing Reach 8’6


17 PPG
5.9 RBG for a point guard
6.7 APG
3.2 SPG – 2nd in the nation in steals

To me he is a smaller version of Dwade, his tenacity of defense and the ability to absorb contact and make the shot reminds me of Dwade. Which is not bad there are rumors that my wolves assuming the wolves keep the 5th pick would take Dunn, I don’t have a problem with that if they would trade rubio or lavine. I don’t want the wolves to have 3 PG’s again like what they did with rubio, flynn and some mash potatoes. 

Dunn will be a great fit for Milwaukee because MCW looks a bit lost out there. Dunn would thrive playing under Jason Kidd. 

Here is a good highlight of Kris Dunn’s style of play:

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Introducing: Buddy Hield Lottery pick from Oklahoma!

Buddy Hield 

Buddy Hield is in the same mold as a Brandoy Roy kinda guy because he happens to be a senior as well and he is the main reason why Oklahoma Sooners are #1 or #2. Hield is a dynamic scorer who strokes it beyond the arc like no one is guarding him and can also razzle dazzle inside to get the 2 points. He is also good in absorbing contact and still getting the shot. Just check out this review courtesy of The Rewind from youtube

The Weakness of Hield is his defense something that may worry other teams but J.J Redick and Kyle Korver learned over how to play decent defense over the years so I wont be surprised if he pans out the same. 

Hield’s Measurements:

Height: 6’4.5  
Wing Span: 6’8 1/2

#2 Scorer in all of college with 25.6 PPG
5.5 Rebounds per game
1.4 Steals per game 

and he is shooting 51% From 3 point distance. WHAT 51% from 3’s he shot 182 and made 93. This guy has improved his shooting stroke from 3 from 35.9 last year. The question is how would he fare against premium NBA defenders? We will only find that out but if guys like Redick and Korver able to play and be good I wont be surprised if he can be better. I see Hield as an aggressive version of Bradley Beal from Wizards but less on defense. I won’t be surprised if Bucks or New Orleans Pelicans would jump at getting him regardless of the # pick.

Here is the best scoring game by Hield he did this against Kansas Jay hawks. Although they lost the game he was amazing 46 points with 8 3’s and also 3 OT’s.

March Madness is just around the corner if Hield continues to drive his team to at least elite 8, he would certainly climb up the ranks as I have no doubt in mind he would come in handy for any of the teams that would pick him. 

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Introducing: Henry Ellenson Top 10 pick in 2016 NBA Draft

Henry Ellenson 

He is projected to go top 10 on this up coming draft. I would probably say from a high of 5 to a low of 8 yes he is good, Imagine a mix of Kevin Love and LeMarcus Aldridge or maybe a better PF version of Brad Miller. 

Standing at 6’10 with a wingspan of 7’1 1/2  and an NBA Ready body this guy has a good range with the ball kinda like Dirk at times. He actually plays on both ends of the court and can handle the ball well. He has good timing in blocking and plays smart defense. 
I wouldn’t be surprised if he is going to make the same impact as Kristaps Porzingis did this season.

The biggest victory for this young fella out of Rice Lake Highschool is over a very dangerous team in Providence that is headed by Kris Dunn also a notable top 10 pick. They squeaked out a 1 pt victory last January 5, 2016.

NCAA Freshmen Average:
15 PPG
73.6% on FT
9.8 RPG
2.2 Assists
1.5 BPG

Here is the heart stopping highlight of Marquette VS Providence:

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Temple upsets Connecticut 55-53 in men’s basketball

                                        photo by Temple Athletics

     Temple just opened American Conference play in men’s basketball recently
and are now 7-6 overall and 2-1 in conference action.
     The Owls split their first two conference games, beating Cincinnati 77-70
and losing to Houston 77-50 before upsetting Connecticut 55-53 on Tuesday.
     In the win over Cincinnati Daniel Dingle and Devin Coleman led the way with 14 points each as the Owls had just eight turnovers.  In the loss to Houston the Owls let the game get away in the final six minutes of the first half and trailed 40-21 at halftime.  They shot an abysmal 0-12 from three-point range in the opening 20 minutes.  They defeated a 10-3 Connecticut team on Tuesday.

Temple rallies against Minnesota and wins its first game of the season at the Puerto-Rico tip-off Thursday in men’s college basketball

                                            photo by Temple Athletics

Four Temple players scored in double figurer fot the Owls Thursday as Temple (1-1) defeated Minnesota 75-70 in the Owls’ first game of the Puerto-Rico tip-off in men’s college basketball.

Owls’ senior Jaylen Bond led Temple with 19 points Thursday and they now fact Butler on Friday afternoon in the second round of the tip-off.

Temple was down by six points with less than eight minutes left in the game Thursday before rallying and making its comeback.