After the craziest offseason in league history, parity has been restored to the NBA. Check out who I think are some of the biggest winners and losers of the major shakeup of player movement
The Final Four is finally here, and everyone’s bracket has been busted. Number-one seeded Duke, stocked with freshman talent like Zion Wiliamson and R.J. Barrett, surprisingly lost to Michigan State. The loss sent the host hyped college team in years home early. Aside from Duke’s dismissal, there’s been plenty of exciting basketball that’s been played….
The East region features the number one overall seed the Duke Blue Devils. The Blue Devils are coming off their 21st ACC tournament championship most in conference history 12th title since 1999. Duke is led by the four talented freshman Tre Jones, R.J. Barrett, Cam Reddish, and quite possible the national player of the year…
Zion Williamson has been lighting it up in basketball for the last couple years, but it is apparent now more than ever that he is indeed a “can’t miss project.”
It seems to be a foregone conclusion that Duke will win it all this upcoming season in college basketball. But, should they be?