Mark Titus and Tate Frazier take a step back from buzzer-beaters, upsets, and feeling upset to follow a couple of the story lines of the tournament leading up to the Sweet 16, including the changing sentiment toward Michigan State coach Tom Izzo, Isaac Haas’s injury, Kentucky’s “unlucky” draw, Kansas State’s injured star, the zone defense, and what a trip to the Elite Eight would mean for certain coaches’ legacies. They wrap up with some of their favorite Sweet 16 matchups.
The State of Izzo, Legacies at Stake, and Sister Jean’s Reign
Titus and Tate recap the tournament’s opening weekend and look forward to the Sweet 16
James and Seerat reflect on LeBron James’s legacy as he chases Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s career scoring record
The former Saints coach is reportedly going to Denver in a trade, and he’ll have a new challenge there: trying to reclaim what’s left of Russell Wilson’s career
On the one hand, the Broncos finally have a proven head coach. On the other, they have even fewer draft picks and more questions about their long term team-building philosophy.
An initial breakdown of Denver’s and Houston’s coaching moves