Indiana Beats Oklahoma City in Orlando Opener

The Indiana Pacers defeated Oklahoma City 95-78 in the Orlando Summer League opener. The Pacers never trailed in the game. They were without rookies Brandon Rush and Roy Hibbert, who can't join the team until July 9th, due to trades involving base compensation players.
July 7, 2008

NBA Mock Draft

Once each year, college basketball fans and NBA fans come together. The NBA Draft tonight at Madison Square Garden will be a bizarre one without high school players, given David Stern's new age-limit rule. So it's all college kids and foreigners on tap tonight. The Court Jester, who should be running half of these clubs, matches the needs, availability and foolery to predict tonight's first round.
June 28, 2006

12 Preps Enter NBA Draft

The NBA today released the official list of early-entry candidates for the June 28 NBA Draft, and 12 high school players have tossed their names into the mix. breaks down all 12 players and give you the scoop on their draft prospects.
May 19, 2005

Shawne Williams To Enter NBA Draft

Shawne Williams, a 6-foot-9 forward from Laurinburg (NC) Laurinburg Institute, has become the latest high school players to announce his intention to enter the NBA Draft. Williams, who signed with Memphis in the early signing period, will not sign with an agent, leaving open the possibility of playing for the Tigers next season. He is playing in the Jordan Classiic for the White team
April 14, 2005

Basketball Recruiting Roundup

In this week's Basketball Recruiting Roundup, we continue our 10-part series breaking down the nation's Top 10 hoop recruiting classes by looking at No. 9 Memphis.
March 3, 2005

Jordan Classic Rosters Announced

The Jordan Classic, which will be held at Madison Square Garden on Saturday, April 16th, announced their rosters as 18 of the top seniors were named to the event. The game will be televised nationally on ESPN2 and will include a regional game, showcasing the top prep players from the New York City metropolitan area.
February 9, 2005