Big Blue Linkapalooza: Power Loss Edition

Last night, my neighborhood was one of many who lost power during the storms and led to a chain of events that prevented blogging today.  But thankfully, JC25 has my back.

Now, for today's links (and a few from yesterday):

  • Chat: Chat with Dave Telep - SportsNation - ESPN
    Want to catch up on basketball recruiting? You can't do any better than Dave Telep, and he has a ton of stuff in this chat transcript.

  • What conference fared best in APR? - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN

    This stuff isn't always within a coach's control. And coaches can game the system to produce the results they want. But coaches who complain about the current system hampering recruiting or draft opportunities probably need to simmer down. If Kentucky can do it despite having five players drafted in the first round of the 2010 draft, I'm guessing other programs don't have much to complain about.

    Heh.  Word.

  • PISTONS: Landing Spot -- Kanter this years' DeMarcus Cousins

    More and more, it looks like Enes Kanter is this year’s version of DeMarcus Cousins – the player generally considered the best big man in the draft, and one that probably will be out of reach for the Pistons, yet given a slight chance to drop to their range because of some nagging questions.

    Interesting take.

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