Daniel Hamilton (Los Angeles/St. John Bosco) is one of the nation's best scoring guards, but at times, he can be a volume scorer and not a productive scorer. The Connecticut commit is ranked as the No.
about 1712 days ago | Paul Biancardi | NCB On The Trail
The 19th annual Nike Extravaganza was quite possibly the best collection of talent in its tenure. When you have Duke-bound Jahlil Okafor (Chicago/Whitney Young) going head-to-head with Arizona-bound Stanley Johnson (Santa Ana, Calif.
about 1719 days ago | Joel Francisco | NCB On The Trail
FORT MYERS, Fla. -- The City of Palms Classic is, in my opinion, the best high school basketball tournament in the country. The field is always strong, the games are generally highly competitive, and the crowd is involved and boisterous.
about 1758 days ago | John Stovall | NCB On The Trail
It was just about one year ago that Kevin Ollie had the "interim" removed from his title as the Connecticut head men's basketball coach, a decision that had as much to do with a potentially critical 2015 recruiting class as it did his strong start on the sidelines.
about 1766 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail
While freshmen like Jabari Parker, Andrew Wiggins, Julius Randle, and Aaron Gordon are dominating the college basketball headlines, there are plenty of other freshmen who are making relatively huge contributions without the same degree of media hype or fanfare.
about 1767 days ago | RecruitingNation | NCB On The Trail
REDONDO BEACH, Calif. -- The 62nd annual Pac Shores tournament kicked off the high school season with a bang. The tournament was littered with Division I talent, led by ESPN 100 recruit Daniel Hamilton (Bellflower, Calif.
about 1787 days ago | Joel Francisco | NCB On The Trail
The worst time to write a column about what you saw in July is right after July. The month needs to marinate on your mind so one can process what we just lived. So, nearly three weeks out from the month that was, I sat down to recall a few of the top players of July.