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High School Star Emmanuel Mudiay Shows Why College Basketball Is A Joke With $1.2 Million Deal In China
How much is one year of college education worth? Divide that number (whatever it may be) by the fact that college athletes don’t get nearly as much value from their degrees as regular students (you saw that UNC “paper” on Rosa Parks, right?) and you’ll get just a fraction of what Emmanuel Mudiay is going to make by playing in China next year rather than attending college.
Fantasy owners love them some ADP, so I thought it would be fun to look at the Average Draft Positions for the 2014 NBA Draft lottery teams, to see what the consensus might be.
Marshall Henderson said that he “would strap on a bomb and go to Afghanistan to play.” So in case you were wondering if he’s still a complete moron, he most certainly is.
<The University of North Carolina is no stranger to being accused of letting athletes take bullshit “paper classes” that helped them remain academically eligible. But the latest accusations, courtesy of former basketball star Rashad McCants, shine the spotlight on the heretofore unsanctioned hoops program.
While college players are mulling over unionizing to get money to for meals, management keeps making it rain. University of Kentucky coach John Calipari has signed a seven-year extension worth $52 million, making second to only Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski among NCAA basketball coaches. Calipari took to Twitter to thank everyone (as well he should).
Can Tony Romo cause a home team to lose just by his very presence? Ha — of course not. That would be … um … hmm.
Rick’s Cafe: Gone In 30 Seconds … College Basketball Is Tampering With The Shot Clock Again. Is This Wise?
The ACC will experiment with a 30-second shot clock this preseason. But will this speed up the game, or just make it harder to watch?
— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) May 13, 2014
The more I’m learning about the Whiffenpoofs, the more I approve of this decision.