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Dion Waiters: A prospect from a Bird’s Eye View

quentinhaynes.com - Sometimes, the old television test doesn’t do justice for some players. Guys like Anthony Davis and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist? It works positively, while guys like Harrison Barnes and Andre Drummond? It works negatively. I couldn’t be everywhere and see every prospect, ...

Ramon Sessions makes the Lakers better

quentinhaynes.com - To start the season, Los Angeles was the center of basketball. Based on the offseason moves, it seemed one team was moving up the standings, while another was trending downward. After the Chris Paul trade fiasco, the Lakers traded Lamar ...

Golden State Warriors Tanking Pretty Nicely

quentinhaynes.com - Tanking. It’s something that happens almost every year. Since the debut of the draft lottery, teams realized midseason that “Hey, maybe we’re not that good, let’s move a couple pieces, spread some money around the next three seasons, and just ...


The NBA Trade Deadline Review

quentinhaynes.com - What looked to be a rather boring and quiet trade deadline, turned into an interesting assortment of moves. Dwight Howard woke up this morning and decided that he’s best in stay another season in Orlando, so what did New Jersey ...

South Bracket

quentinhaynes.com - Overview: The South bracket, led by Kentucky, provides a ton of intrigue. Kentucky, Duke, Baylor, and Indiana as your top four seeds, with a couple of nice bottom eight seeds right now. Along with that, we also have last year’s ...

East Bracket

quentinhaynes.com - A very strong bracket. One seed Syracuse should be able to handle work, seeing as they have a rather easy top half. Wisconsin is an interesting team, but Vanderbilt is known for choking in March, and Kansas State plays them ...


Midwest Bracket

quentinhaynes.com - North Carolina is the class of this group, but Kansas and Georgetown provide solid matchups for both. Kansas has two great big men in Jeff Whitey and Thomas Robinson, while Georgetown is an interesting team in the frontcourt, no great ...

West Bracket

quentinhaynes.com - Deep, deep, deep. The West bracket has at least four teams that can make the final four. Michigan State, Missouri, Marquette, and Louisville are your top four seeds in the region. Overall, a great top four, but the mid seeds ...

Only Gets Better For Kyrie Irving

quentinhaynes.com - As a Duke fan, even I couldn’t see this coming. Watching Kyrie Irving at Duke lead us to a solid 11-0 record, and then getting hurt, I knew he was a talent, and I know Duke would miss him (they ...

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