share

Archive - Dec 2010

December 19th

The NBA Rookie Report

Source: 
HoopsDaily

Top recruit Quincy Miller out for the season

Source: 
Greensboro News & Record
Related Players: 

ACC Blog

Player of the Week

Jordan Williams

Jordan WilliamsJordan WilliamsSophomore Jordan Williams just continues to evoke high-praise from the powers that be (I'm referring to myself here). The meaty Maryland center has been curb-stomping his opponents all season long, and last week was no exception. In his last two games he's averaged 25 points on 69% shooting to go along with 13 rebounds per game. Using a combination of power and skill, Williams' back-to-the-basket game is simply overwhelming at this level of competition. His affinity for devouring smaller players in the post has earned him the Spanish nickname "Monstruo Deliciosa". Besides his new nickname, there really isn't much more to say about "Monstruo Deliciosa" that hasn't been said already. If he focuses on improving himself over the next few years and shows a commitment to staying in shape, then we're looking at a very nice NBA prospect down the road.

Hot

CJ Leslie

Kansas’ Selby answers call in debut

Source: 
Rivals.com
Related Players: 

Big-shot Josh: Selby shines in debut

Source: 
Fox Sports Kansas City
Related Players: 

Sidney Debuts for MSU; Now Waiting on Bost

Source: 
Fox Sports
Related Players: 

December 18th

Calipari would welcome NBA in Kentucky

Long wait ending for Sidney, Selby

Source: 
Fox Sports
Related Players: 

Big East Blog

Player of the Week

Rick Jackson

Rick JacksonRick JacksonJackson may not have the flash or the scoring numbers, but his consistent play for the 5th ranked team in the country should get him some recognition. He's had a double double in all but 2 games, while leading the Big East in rebounding at 12.5 per contest. Against Michigan State, Jackson put up 17 points and 16 boards, providing the Orange with an inside force that can score in the post or off second chance opportunities. Shooting 58% from the floor, Jackson has been a big reason for the Orange early season success.

Cold

Darius Johnson-Odom

In a week of few games, it was pretty easy to pick out the cold player of the week. Congratulations Darius Johnson-Odom, your inspiring 1 for 9 performance at Wisconsin has earned you the worst performance of the week honors, and a third non-conference loss. Marquette is going to need DJO to get it going if they want to make a Big East run when conference play begins.

December 17th

Weber State's Lillard out for the year

Source: 
ABC4.com
Related Players: