Part 1: Eligible transfers that could have an impact on NCAA Tournament bids--Mid-Major Madness
Kameron Chatman, Detroit MercyKansas' non-conference schedule for 2017-18 is a disappointing step down--CBS Sports
See above. Chatman was the No. 1 player in Michigan in 2014 and the No. 38 prospect according to ESPN. He never received a ton of minutes over two years at Michigan, but did hit a game-winning three against Indiana in the 2016 Big Ten Tournament. Chatman is a 6’9’’ athlete that does several things really well. Although Bacari Alexander went just 8-23 in his first year, the Titans return their top three scorers. Chatman’s versatility will make him an ideal fit in the lineup. This could be a sleeper to win the Horizon.
Oakland (at home, Nov. 24): The Texas Southern, Oakland, Toledo and Syracuse games are part of the Hoophall Miami Invitational that Kansas agreed to. Unfortunately, three of the four teams will likely keep Kansas' ratings level, at best, by the end of the year. Oakland is good often, though, having won 20 or more gams six of the past nine seasons.Hunter Crist commits to GB during visit--Phear The Phoenix
NBA Mock Draft: Celtics deal No. 1 pick for Paul George, Kings trade up for D'Aaron Fox--CBS Sports
23. RaptorsWright State players visit teammate Ryan Custer in Chicago--Dayton Daily News
Alec Peters, PF, Valparaiso
The future of this franchise seems very much in flux. Peters, one of college basketball's top shooters, is the type of player who can come in tomorrow and make an impact. No, he may not have NBA athleticism, but Peters and his remarkable 60.4 percent true shooting percentage in college works for any NBA team. A team that needs to win now like Toronto would be wise in taking a college senior like Peters.
errod Calhoun to Hold Meet and Greet at Firebirds Grill June 8--ysusports.com