The Best Undrafted Players From the 2012 NBA Draft … And Where They Are Going Next

With only two rounds in the NBA Draft, a handful of talented graduated seniors and second round hopefuls are annually passed on and left to sign as undrafted free agents, play overseas, or start their post-basketball lives. There was no shortage of undrafted talent this year. This posts provides updates on the best of the rest.

Thank You, Jordan Taylor

An era in Wisconsin sports history has come to an end. Zach Rastall pays tribute to Jordan Taylor, who leaves a lasting legacy on Wisconsin basketball.

Sweet 16 Primer: Syracuse-Wisconsin and Ohio State-Cincinnati Preview, Prediction, Poll, Spreads, and TV Info

Could we have an all-Big Ten Elite 8 in the East Region? Can Syracuse overcome the injury of Fab Melo in yet another tournament game? Who will win the unexpected battle of Ohio? Let’s find out.

Big Ten Player of the Year Power Rankings

Andy Bottoms breaks down the contenders for Big Ten Player of the Year at the halfway point of the season. It’s fair to say this list has some significant changes compared to what he would have put together prior to the season.

The Bottoms Line: Fun with Numbers – Fouls Committed/Drawn Per 40 Minutes

Looking at both fouls committed and drawn per 40 minutes can provide further insight on returning players and teams. Maybe guys haven’t put up better numbers because they can’t stay on the floor, or maybe someone adept at drawing fouls and getting to the line is on the verge of breakout.

The Bottoms Line: Fun with Numbers – Offensive Rating and Usage Rate

Using the previous season’s team metrics to preview a new year can be a bit challenging based on the roster turnover that is inherent in college basketball, but there is value in looking at some of the individual measures for returning players. In this post, Andy Bottoms focuses on Offensive Rating (ORtg) and Usage Rate.

Sweet 16 Preview: Butler v Wisconsin Game Info, Analysis, and Prediction

Butler-Wisconsin is one of the most intriguing games in this year’s Sweet 16. Oftentimes, it’s easy to break down a game, but that is not the case here. Jon Washburn analyzes and provides his prediction.