In case you missed it, Mikal Bridges scored a career-high 34 points and shot 6-of-8 from long range against the Indiana Pacers on Saturday. It’s the latest of a string of impressive performances as the Suns enjoy a nice 7-3 start to the year. Bridges had been unsurprisingly solid on the defensive end so far, and he’s improving offensively. At this rate, let’s start the Most Improved Player campaign!
Anyways, some “news” to start off your work week:
These things really did happen in college basketball the 1st days of 2021 | NCAA.com
If you’re looking for a snapshot of the oddities, the uncertainties, the swaying narratives that this college baseball season has been and will be, the first week of the year will do.
Eric Paschall credits Warriors' staff for success as small-ball center | NBC Sports- Bay Area
Eric Paschall was perhaps the Warriors' biggest catalyst off the bench Friday night.
NCAA preparing to delay vote on athlete compensation rules - College Basketball | NBC Sports
The NCAA is preparing to delay a potential landmark vote on legislation permitting college athletes to be compensated for their fame for the first time.
Wildcats Game at Connecticut Postponed - Villanova University Athletics
COVID-19 pause to impact scheduled game in Storrs.
Chloe V. Mitchell, the first college athlete to monetize her likeness | CNBC
A freshman volleyball player at Aquinas College (NAIA) in Grand Rapids is believed to be the first college athlete to take advantage of new policy changes.
Suns news: Chris Paul delivers sparkling praise for emerging Mikal Bridges | ClutchPoints
Phoenix Suns guard Chris Paul had a sterling reviewed prepared for Mikal Bridges after their game against the Indiana Pacers.
The Phoenix Suns go as Mikal Bridges and Cameron Johnson go - Bright Side Of The Sun
Yes the Suns have three bigger stars, but wins and losses are determined by the quality of the next level down.
Josh Hart of the Pelicans talks gaming in the NBA | Digital Trends
Josh Hart is known for his game on the NBA court, but he’s also got game when it comes to esports.
NBA Has 'No Plans' to Pause Season Amid Increased COVID-19 Concerns | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights
Despite recent COVID-19 issues affecting multiple teams, the NBA is not looking to stop the season at this point...
An ode to Omari Spellman, who was cut by the Knicks - Posting and Toasting
There’s a promising player in there, but he needs to get in shape.