Michael Qualls is foregoing his senior season to throw his name in the June NBA draft. He is not projected on mock drafts as a first or second rounder so he will probably get a free agent try-out. He may have to decided between NBA Development League or playing overseas, either way he will get […]
It is easy to understand both sides of the story with Bobby Portis’ decision to pursue the NBA instead of returning for his junior year at the University of Arkansas. The fans side is obvious, they are disappointed. Some had the Razorbacks penciled in to the Final Four if Portis and Michael Qualls returned. A […]
Chris Beard was named as UALR’s new head basketball coach this morning and he got interested in the job only after being contacted by Eddie Fogler, the consultant UALR paid $15,000 to help with the search. I listened to the press conference live on 103.7 The Buzz and he said all the right things. Later […]
Most college basketball fans don’t like the success Kentucky has had with one-and-done players, well, tonight, Duke reinforced that by beating Wisconsin and freshmen made the difference. At least three of the freshmen will be first round draft picks in the next NBA draft.
A group of government, civic and business leaders from Central Arkansas today submitted an application to the NCAA for a Division I Football Bowl Subdivision bowl game to be played in Little Rock. If NCAA approval is obtained, the first game will be played this December at War Memorial Stadium. The game will match teams […]
Frank Kaminsky’s college scholarship offers consisted primarily of Wisconsin, Northwestern, DePaul, Northern and Southern Illinois and Bradley. His first two seasons as a Badger he averaged 8.9 minutes per game. He spent those seasons practicing against Jared Berggren and learning the game. Now he’s an All American and in the Final Four. Hard work wins […]