Legendary Michigan State Head Coach Tom Izzo joined Mac & Jim to discuss the Hornets drafting of Big Ten player Noah Vonleh, the current state of college athletics, and how Gary Harris & Adrian Payne will perform at the next level.
Paul Biancardi from ESPN joined the guys for his take on the NBA Draft and what the Hornets should do in the first round. He also gives first hand insight into the man and player that Mitch McGary from Michigan is.
Big Ten and Fox Sports Analyst Stephen Bardo joined the Mac Attack for his take on the Big Ten players that have been linked to the Hornets in the draft. He gives us his take on Nik Stauskas, Gary Harris, Adrian Payne, and Doug McDermott
No one knows for sure what the Hornets are going to do with the #9 pick in the Draft on Thursday. But, a fan can dream, right? Here is my order of a few choice scenarios for the Hornets at 9.
Former Michigan State guard and current CBS analyst Mateen Cleaves joined the guys for his take on what the Hornets should do in the first round.
Gary Parrish who does a great job covering college basketball and the NBA Draft joined the guys for his take on who the Hornets should take with their 2 first round picks. He explains also why he likes Doug McDermott at 9 and why he will transition to a productive NBA player
The great Jay Bilas from ESPN joined Mac to discuss his take on the upcoming NBA Draft and who the Hornets should look at. He breaks down Gary Harris, James Young, Doug McDermott, and compares the body fat of Nik Stauskas to that of a sea lion. He also takes about what we could see from Duke next season and the NCAA settlement with Ed O’Bannon.
Chris Monter, from CollegeBasketballNews.com and Monter Draft News joined the Mac Attack to discuss various draft options for the Charlotte Hornets in the upcoming 2014 NBA Draft. Chris addresses the shooting guard crop including Gary […]
Wilt had some unbelievable games here. Ali and Frazier fought here. The players who will take the court at Madison Square Garden this weekend, though, don’t remember any of that. And yet they still regard the Garden as the World’s Most Famous Arena.
The Big Ten’s Freshman of the Year last season is averaging 17.9 points per game (second in the conference), 4.3 rebounds, 2.8 assists, and two steals for the 22-6 Spartans.