Randy Holcomb

Three Options To Turn Pro

Three Options To Turn Pro

OVERTIME – Overtime is a digital sports media company that started in 2016. It has since launched the professional basketball league, Overtime Elite League (OTE). OTE was developed for top high school players, offering them the opportunity to play professional basketball, while also earning an annual salary of up to $10 0K. OTE’s transformative model […]

NBA Not In Tune With Former ABA Players

NBA Not In Tune With Former ABA Players

The NBA has a program called NBA Cares. Sam Smith, an ABA (American Basketball Association) great and pioneer who helped blaze the trail for the sport of basketball and more importantly, for helping break race barriers in America on and off the court, was the most recent former ABA player to die waiting on help […]

Top 20 Basketball Father-Son Combos

Top 20 Basketball Father-Son Combos

#20 While not the best two players to make the list, they certainly are the tallest. As you would expect, both Manute Bol and Bol Bol are known for being exceptional shot blockers. Manute lead the NBA in that category in two of his first four seasons and ended his career averaging over three blocks […]

2nd Annual Central Valley All-Star Game Review

2nd Annual Central Valley All-Star Game Review

The Central Valley All-Star Game highlights the best girls and boys at the 7th and 8th grade levels in the Fresno area. Established by Fresno basketball legend Demetrius Porter, the game showcased growth of Fresno area basketball, primarily the ability for young players to shoot the basketball but also an increase in one-on-one play, understanding […]

Mid-Range Moe

Mid-Range Moe

Harlem World has a sleeper. 6’1” Maurice Odum (c/o 2022 PG-West Oaks) is moving up the ladder of scores from the guard position. “Mid-range Moe” came to our attention via basketball mind and talent evaluator Travis Best. Best was adamant that this fly kid from Harlem with basketball blood from his father and uncles who […]

Mama, Duke Is Stealing All Of The Players Again!

Mama, Duke Is Stealing All Of The Players Again!

Here we go again. The Duke Blue Devils are hogging all the nation’s best high school basketball players. They are about to kick everybody’s butt. Again. Is any other university going to get in the way? What happened to all that fight you teach your players in practice every day? Where is the work from […]

A Bucket With Johnny Davis

A Bucket With Johnny Davis

The University of Wisconsin has always found a player that can score the basketball. Most of them are local jewels hidden from national view to prevent recruitment by universities outside of the midwest. Couple that with the fact that very college coaches outside of the midwest cities that are not named Chicago or Detroit, these […]

The College Workload Is Stacked Against Athletes

The College Workload Is Stacked Against Athletes

Student-athletes are more like athlete-students. Universities in the United States have found a way to get athletes to believe that they should be able to maintain academic excellence all the while performing at a high level on the playing field. I argue that the likelihood of being able to accomplish this feat low. Very low. […]