1. 2010 NBA Draft: Top 10 Power Forwards In The Draft

    The 2010 NBA Draft is sneaking up on us. As we continue to inch closer to the biggest day for NBA teams trying to turn their franchises around, comes a series of the best players in the draft from each position...

    DeAnte Mitchell Written by DeAnte Mitchell about over 4 years ago 3,905 reads 20 comments

  2. 2010 NBA Draft: Top 10 Small Forwards In The Draft

    Ahh…the best players in this year’s draft come from the forward position. In both the point and shooting guard segments, I showed you just how important the guard positions were to this year’s draft...

    DeAnte Mitchell Written by DeAnte Mitchell about over 4 years ago 2,134 reads 4 comments

  3. 2010 NBA Draft: Top 10 Shooting Guards in the Draft

    My first segment showed how weak this year’s drafts point guard class was. Behind John Wall was a bunch of questions. Many of those players are either lacking a true point guard feel or quickness for the position...

    DeAnte Mitchell Written by DeAnte Mitchell about over 4 years ago 8,677 reads 12 comments

  4. NBA Free Agent Rumors: What Is It Going to Take to Acquire Lebron James?

    Dear Cleveland faithful, I come to you today to guide you through this streaky process. There are speculations out there of LeBron James possibly leaving the Cavs to play for the Knicks...

    DeAnte Mitchell Written by DeAnte Mitchell about over 4 years ago 5,252 reads 7 comments

  5. 2010 NBA Draft: Top 10 Point Guards in the Draft

    There are a few teams in the NBA with a point guard problem. Take a look at New Jersey with Devin Harris; they’re looking at fantastic freshman John Wall to take care of his woes at the point guard position...

    DeAnte Mitchell Written by DeAnte Mitchell about over 4 years ago 1,937 reads 4 comments

  6. 2010 NBA Draft: Potential Draft Steals

    The upcoming NBA Draft is just around the corner. You have NBA teams drooling like a kid in the candy store when it comes to this upcoming draft. You have John Wall, Evan Turner, the other fantastic Kentucky crew, Derrick Favors and many more prospects.

    DeAnte Mitchell Written by DeAnte Mitchell about over 4 years ago 3,191 reads 3 comments

  7. 2010 NBA Draft: The Nets Have Three Draft Picks, Who Should Be Chosen

    I can hear Stern now: With the first pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, the New Jersey Nets select, John Wall from the University of Kentucky...

    DeAnte Mitchell Written by DeAnte Mitchell about over 4 years ago 1,596 reads 3 comments

  8. 2010 NBA Mock Draft: Al-Farouq Aminu First SF Off The Board, Draft Steals, and More

    In just about every NBA Draft over the years, there has been debate who will go No. 1 overall. Just two years ago, it was the debate Rose or Beasley, the year before that it was among Oden and Durant...

    DeAnte Mitchell Written by DeAnte Mitchell about over 4 years ago 1,076 reads 10 comments

  9. Samardo Samuels' Career as a Louisville Cardinal: A Final Look

    I remember reading a piece on the Internet about how the ninth ranked overall player—in 2008—according to Rivals.com signed with Rick Pitino and the Cardinals...

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  10. Samardo Samuels Rules Out a Return and Will Keep His Name in the Draft

    Well folks, sorry to break this news to you but here comes another sad story to Louisville’s basketball program. Not too long ago, I envisioned a return by Louisville’s star forward Samardo Samuels...

    DeAnte Mitchell Written by DeAnte Mitchell about over 4 years ago 430 reads 3 comments

  11. Samardo Samuels: A Return To Louisville Could Spark a Magical Run

    Samardo Samuels, remembers the good old days freshman year. Playing alongside Terrence Williams and Edgar Sosa, just you yourself contributed a lot to Louisville’s Elite Eight run...

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  12. Rick Pitino Fills a Louisville Need with Recruit Gorgui Sy Dieng

    Everybody in Louisville had to be sad about the departure of Samardo Samuels. He had many thinking about the development of the program—me included. When Louisville lost Samuels they lost a consistent scorer and rebounder...

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  13. Samardo Samuels Choice To Go Pro Puts a Hold on Louisville's Development

    If you would’ve asked me about the future of Louisville before April 20, I would have kindly explained how bright their future looks with both a post threat in Samardo Samuels and the backcourt threats of Peyton Siva and Justin Coleman...

    DeAnte Mitchell Written by DeAnte Mitchell about over 4 years ago 764 reads 1 comments

  14. Louisville Cardinals Storied Program's 50 Greatest Players of All-Time

    This Louisville team has always hoisted the spotlight. They are always looked on to produce winning season, get the top recruits, and most notably be a contender in the NCAA tournament...

    DeAnte Mitchell Written by DeAnte Mitchell about over 4 years ago 17,905 reads 14 comments

  15. Hey Rick Pitino, Justin Coleman Is the Band-Aid To Louisville's Problem

    You know in the NBA when a team acquires a player that scouts or management think is overrated? Or possibly even second-guess acquiring a player due to his off-court issues? Well ...

    DeAnte Mitchell Written by DeAnte Mitchell about over 4 years ago 1,844 reads 2 comments

  16. Note To Big Ben: You Could Be the Next Man Out in Pittsburgh

    Santonio Holmes was the receiver of the future for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Before today, Santonio Holmes had spent his entire NFL career in a Steelers uniform. Now, he will be wearing a Jets uniform, out of the Steel City, for good...

    DeAnte Mitchell Written by DeAnte Mitchell about over 4 years ago 708 reads 3 comments

  17. 2010 NBA Draft: Who Should Declare and Who Should Go Back To School

    The NBA season is a few games away from being over and the playoffs will be underway. Out of the 30 teams, only 16 teams make the playoffs, leaving the other 14 to an early offseason and holes to fill...

    DeAnte Mitchell Written by DeAnte Mitchell about over 4 years ago 3,299 reads 11 comments

  18. Louisville Rollercoaster: The Ups-and-Downs of the 2009-10 Season

    This Louisville Cardinals team coached by Rick Pitino had high aspirations coming into the 2009-10 season. The Cardinals were ranked inside the top 25 in both the AP and ESPN/USA Today polls in the preseason...

    DeAnte Mitchell Written by DeAnte Mitchell about over 4 years ago 353 reads 2 comments

  19. Five NBA Athletes With Bright NBA Futures

    This season in the NBA I have witnessed many young players showcasing their talents. I have witnessed Kevin Durant go off for 25 or more in 29 straight games...

    DeAnte Mitchell Written by DeAnte Mitchell about over 4 years ago 595 reads 8 comments

  20. McNabb Is a Redskin, So Who Get's Bradford if the Rams Pass on Him?

    With McNabb in Washington, the quarterback need is now fulfilled. But the real question is who acquires Sam Bradford if the Rams pass on him? The Rams have shown a lot of interest ...

    DeAnte Mitchell Written by DeAnte Mitchell about over 4 years ago 1,723 reads 9 comments

  21. Rick Pitino vs. John Calipari: A Friendly Recruiting Battle for Elisha Justice

    Rick Pitino all year had received commitments from three recruits: Justin Coleman, Russell Smith, along with Elisha Justice. Each of these recruits can come in and change the perspective of this program...

    DeAnte Mitchell Written by DeAnte Mitchell about over 4 years ago 1,307 reads 6 comments

  22. Louisville's Rick Pitino Is Set To Receive a Four-Year Extension

    Louisville Coach Rick Pitino was in a bunch of coaching rumors. Although none of them were confirmed, or given a little attention to by Louisville, that did not stop people from whispering allegations about a possible coaching change...

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  23. Louisville's New Approach: What Needs to Be Done To Revive This Program?

    The great team streak in February and March is one of the biggest aspiratons for any college team, but especially one like Louisville. This year they only managed half of that, but were sent home following a disappointing March...

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  24. No Worries, Rick Pitino, Peyton Siva Is Your Man!

    Everything was set in place for Louisville to be a good program this year. Edgar Sosa and Jerry Smith returned—along with Samardo Samuels—and coach Rick Pitino acquired two McDonald’s All-Americans in Peyton Siva and Rakeem Buckles...

    DeAnte Mitchell Written by DeAnte Mitchell about over 4 years ago 1,140 reads 1 comments

  25. The Nuggets Are Getting Healthy for Their Playoff Push

    The Denver Nuggets have been impressive all season, with wins over every Western Conference powerhouse, including two big wins over the Los Angeles Lakers...

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