CSNNE’s Mike Gorman takes a look at the crop of college players who may end up wearing a Celtics uniform next season.
Calipari embraces the sordid system, uses it, and dominates. He doesn’t pretend he’s taking kids for the leafy campus life, for the diploma that will never arrive, or even for a few classes. He wants talent. And talent he gets. And talented he is.
If you’re a Celtics fan, you may want to take a seat and grab an empty brown paper bag.
For Boston Celtics fans, the NCAA tournament was supposed to offer a glimpse of the future.
Andrew Wiggins scored 19 points, Jamari Traylor and Perry Ellis had double-doubles and second-seeded Kansas pulled away down the stretch to beat pesky Eastern Kentucky 80-69 on Friday in the second round of the NCAA tournament.
With college basketball superstars being the center of attention in the NCAA tournament, Celtics fans will be eagerly paying attention the next two weeks to which player could be the potential future of the franchise.
While the Celtics VP of Basketball Operations hasn’t drafted a player solely on his performance in March Madness, Danny Ainge says you can find out a lot about the makeup of a player during this time of year.
In the major conferences, Florida completed an undefeated regular season in the SEC and Cincinnati and Louisville tied atop the American.
The 5’11” Tharpe is averaging 30 minutes, 8.9 points, and 5.1 assists per game while shooting 45 percent from the field, 39 percent from deep, and 82 percent from the line.
Mike Gorman told Toucher and Rich Tuesday morning that Danny Ainge would be a great poker player, because he loves (trade) chips.