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    • The Cheat Sheet3 hours ago

      The 6 Players Picked Before Stephen Curry in the 2009 NBA Draft

      Despite putting together one of the most jaw-dropping individual performances in NCAA tournament history, Stephen Curry was still not considered a slam dunk NBA prospect coming out of college. With his filthy jumper, smooth handle, and unlimited range, Chef Curry has taken the National Basketball Association by storm to become one of the most incredible players on the planet. This past season saw him lead the Golden State Warriors to 73 regular-season wins and earn his second straight Most Valuable Player award, including becoming the first unanimous pick ever.

    • Bid for college football summer signing period abandoned at NCAA convention
      USA Today

      Bid for college football summer signing period abandoned at NCAA convention

      The NCAA Division I Council abandoned its support of a June early signing period for college football prospects during a meeting Wednesday at the NCAA convention. After significant blowback from coaches, many of whom were firmly against such a drastic change to the recruiting calendar, the council altered its proposal, which was initially released last October as part of a comprehensive package of recruiting reforms. The NCAA is moving forward with its recommendation of a mid-December signing date in addition to the traditional February signing date. The Collegiate Commissioners Association, a separate organization from the NCAA that actually administers the National Letter of Intent Program, will have to formally implement a new signing date at a meeting later this year.

    • Bracketology: Resume, metrics have Villanova No. 1

      Bracketology: Resume, metrics have Villanova No. 1

      Recently, the NCAA Men’s Basketball Selection Committee made public its intent to evaluate options for integrating additional analytics and metrics into its process for selecting and seeding teams for the NCAA tournament.  How that might eventually look we don’t know.  What metrics will be included?  Will there be any weighting for certain metrics (such as the current Ratings Percentage Index or RPI) over others?  It’s an interesting twist, although not necessarily that new.  Selection Committee members have had various data points at their fingertips for years.  How each chose to use (or not use) ratings such as BPI, KenPom, Sagarin, and others is unknown; none were a part of the “official”