Another week, another article about Reggie Jackson (Boston College) possibly being the top sixth man in the NBA.
Jared Dudley (Boston College) critiqued his recent play and even said he'd bench himself. With injuries to J.J. Redick and Reggie Bullock, the Clippers need Dudley to step up on the wing. He just needs to get back to what he's always done: be efficient.
Blake Griffin and Trevor Booker (Clemson) don't really see eye to eye. After getting hit with a technical foul during a mixup with Griffin, Booker said Griffin gets superstar treatment.
Even as the Nets continue to struggle, Mason Plumlee (Duke) is one of the bright spots and remains one of the top rookies in the league.
Here's the latest on the trade rumors involving Luol Deng (Duke), which won't stop until he's either traded or the trade deadline passes.
Watch as Mike Dunleavy (Duke) banks in a three to beat the Bucks.
Gerald Henderson's (Duke) role in the offense continues to evolve, just as it has this year.
It's looking like J.J. Redick (Duke) will be coming back toward the sooner part of the six-to-eight-week timeframe for his broken hand. He's targeting Jan. 15 for his return.
It wasn't too long ago that people were already writing off Kyrie Irving (Duke). To their credit, he wasn't shooting very well, but he had a great week and was named the Eastern Conference player of the week. Irving and Dwyane Wade were the top two vote-getters in the first returns for the NBA All-Star game, and Wade had some praise for Irving. He's locked into his contract until 2016, but will he stay with Cleveland after that?
With Tyreke Evans sidelined, Austin Rivers (Duke) is ready to step up and fill that role.
Toney Douglas (Florida State) returned to the court after a month off with a stress fracture in his leg.
Watch as Bernard James (Florida State) gets stuffed by Isaiah Thomas, who is literally a foot shorter than James. Oof.
Chris Bosh (Georgia Tech) is trying to figure out how to balance a big man's game and his perimeter shooting abilities. Lately, he's been back to hitting the boards.
Glen Rice Jr. (Georgia Tech) was excited to get his first career start for Washington, but he also wanted to stay level-headed.
Trade rumors have existed for Iman Shumpert (Georgia Tech) for pretty much the whole season. Now, the Lakers have inquired about Shump.
The Lakers cannot get healthy. Steve Blake (Maryland) will miss six weeks with a torn UCL in his right elbow.
Speaking of injuries, Alex Len (Maryland) is frustrated with his lingering ankle problems, but he still expects to contribute this year.
Greivis Vasquez (Maryland) says his stint with the Sacramento Kings didn't feel like a fit. Also in that trade was John Salmons (Miami), who is happy to be in Toronto finally after backing out of a deal with them years ago.
Is Shane Larkin (Miami) the best Mavericks draft pick in a decade?
Danny Green (North Carolina) went to Jimmy Goldstein's house donning a Goldstein shirt and took a picture with Goldstein.
Raymond Felton (North Carolina) will miss two to three weeks with a strained hamstring.
Antawn Jamison (North Carolina) recently scored his 20,000th point, and there's a legitimate discussion to be had about whether Jamison belongs in the Hall of Fame.
Now that his Achilles isn't bothering him like last year, Marvin Williams (North Carolina) is playing better and helping the Jazz. One fan made a great video mocking the Kobe Bryant return video. This time it was about Marvin Williams coming back from an injury.
Ty Lawson (North Carolina) is working to get his conditioning back up after missing a few games because of injury.
Brandan Wright (North Carolina) scored 19 points in his season debut on 9-for-10 shooting. He has been out with a fractured shoulder.
It might be weird to think about, but is Pittsburgh better off without Steven Adams?
Carmelo Anthony (Syracuse) has been the center of attention amidst the Knicks' struggles and losses, and he says he's never been through anything like it.
Chris Paul (Wake Forest) continues to do Chris Paul things. He put up a stat line that the NBA hasn't seen since Clyde Drexler.
Tim Duncan (Wake Forest) was struggling earlier in the season, but he's played better as of late. He even lobbied to stay in the lineup even with a bunch of back-to-back games, and he led the Spurs to a win.
The Grizzlies have signed James Johnson (Wake Forest) to help provide some depth in the frontcourt.