It might get lost.
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It might get lost.
Jeremy Tyler is more known for the winding way he's arrived at basketball courts around the world than what he's done on them to this point.
Beast of the Night: LeBron James put up 41 points, six rebounds, four assists, three steals, a block and a three-pointer last night in a start at shooting guard for the Heat.
If you were following along on Twitter Saturday night, then you saw we were coming to you live from San Jose for the We Believe vs.
The Golden State Warriors have perennially been one of the more favorable NBA teams for fantasy basketball fans.
While exhibition games are cool, there's nothing quite like basketball in league form.
If and when the season does start, these guys will be ready.
After all the rumors, all the trade speculation, all the gossip, our biggest trade of the day came before the draft even started.
Can you believe it, the 2011 NBA Draft is under 36 hours away and most teams have an idea of what they are going to do.
Jeremy Tyler was a trailblazer of sorts, leaving high school after his junior year to play professional basketball in Israel for Maccabi Haifa before leaving the team in the middle of the season to return to the states.
The NBA Draft Combine was about a month ago, and a whirlwind of changes have since transpired.
I don't have the exact statistics handy, but I'm sure of this: the NBA is a code that's damn near impossible to crack.
Last year, Jeremy Tyler made national headlines by deciding to forgo his senior year of high school to play pro ball overseas.
This last Thursday, forward Latavious Williams became the first high schooler to jump straight to the NBA since the League instituted its age limit in 2005.
Lately we've been calling for NBA TV to do us starving hoop fans a favor and put next month's FIBA European Championships on the air, all while forgetting the FIBA Asia Cup is actually going on right now.
Just when you thought Latavious Williams was going to be the first big-time recruit for Memphis' new coach Josh Pastner, the 6-8 forward from Christian Life Center in Humble, Texas has decided to head to China.
Now that we're a solid four months into the AAU season, it's time for the report card â€“ HighSchoolHoop's new Top 50.
This was kinda lost in the shuffle last week with the playoffs & NFL Draft going on, but 17-year-old Jeremy Tyler has decided to forgo his senior year of *drumrolls* high school to play pro ball in Europe.