Discussion in 'College Basketball Forum' started by douggie, Jun 2, 2018.
Rutgers wins the B1G next year...
Id go top 5 i think. They should be really good
Wisconsin rises again in ESPN's way-too-early top 25
The offseason love continued for Greg Gard and the Wisconsin Badgers today as they rose AGAIN in ESPN’s “Way-Too-Early Top 25 for 2020-21.”
Previously ranked at No. 7, the Badgers moved up one spot to No. 6 as they continue to skyrocket after starting the offseason ranked No. 15.
Badgers ranked Top 10 in both football and basketball. Going to be a fun September thru March
Livers withdraws from draft, will return to UM for senior year
Good kid, good player, good move. Injuries derailed his junior season.
Wow thought Ayo would leave. Illinois going to be deep if we have basketball come November
Sweet. Thats the right decision for him too. Most of these kids screw it up. Worst case for Ayo ( and others like him ) is the season gets cancelled and then they just go play in Europe for a few months and make some money
Yeah he got screwed with no tourney. That dude was made for March.
Honestly i dont get why anyone who isnt a lock 1st rounder would stay in the draft especially this year with all the unknown.
Yup especially juniors.
I respect tht people make their own choices that they feel are best for them. But it is absolutely mental imo to leave 1 year shy of graduation without a gurantee youre going to have a NBA contract.
Ayo, Kofi, Garza and Carr all coming back. Could be 4 of the 5 first team All-B1G selections. B1G might be even better than it was last year.
B10 has 4 legit title contenders imo now . God please let there be a season
Yeah I would agree with that. Honestly, I think MD and PSU are probably the only teams that will take a step back next year. If the Gophers get both of their transfers eligible, we should be a tournament team.
Xavier Tillman staying in the draft. That stings for Sparty. Probably the right decision for him, but it hurts.
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