Sabrina Ionescu was drafted yesterday with the #1 overall selection in the 2020 WNBA Draft by the New York Liberty. She was a standout sensation at Oregon, and Ionescu has dominated the NCAAW landscape for the last four years. The 5’11’’ senior would have been the easy choice to go #1 in the 2019 NCAAW Draft, but she decided to return to school for the 2019-2020 season.
Just a few moments ago, the NCAA cancelled March Madness over fears of the spread of COVID-19 (the Coronavirus disease). Here are just some of my quick opinions. I emphasize quick because by the time this article is completed, there could be multiple other changes.
Now, I know what you’re thinking: How on earth am I supposed to research all 68 teams in the bracket? It’s actually a lot easier than you think. The simple answer is that you don’t! Just follow these simple steps:
Are you trying to pick the perfect March Madness bracket? Well, I wish you good luck with that daunting task. With 63 games played during the tournament, the odds are definitely not in your favor.
Ladies and gentlemen, it is now march! This means that two of the best things of the entire year are back: Shamrock Shakes and March Madness. Let’s look at four different types of teams in order to better examine the field:
“Climb with Us” has been the battle cry of Penn State Men’s Basketball for the last few years, and it has definitely been an uphill climb. The team has not been in the NCAA tournament since 2011, and they haven’t won a game in the tournament since 2001.
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Every NBA fan hopes their team is poised to make a deep NBA Playoff run and even hoist the Larry O’ Brien Championship Trophy; however, for most teams, that vision just simply isn’t realistic. Each NBA franchise is at a different point along the spectrum ranging from potential champion to perennial loser. The NBA draft … Continue reading The Sensational Six: A look at the 2019 NBA Draft
With a field of 68 teams, there are bound to be a wide variety of favorites selected as national champions. Beloved picks like Duke, North Carolina, Kentucky, Michigan State, and Gonzaga all fell short. Virginia, one of those favorites (4th most popular, taken by about 8.5% of fans as champions), was able to see their … Continue reading Examining the Virginia vs. Texas Tech Championship
Winning in March and April is no easy task; just ask elite coaches like Mike Krzyzewski and John Calipari who were eliminated this weekend. All the drills, practices, and hard work culminate in a 68-team field where the best in the country are pitted against each other. The cream has risen to the top, and … Continue reading Why Virginia Will Cut Down the Nets