March Madness: Podcast Goes In On What To Watch!
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Ronnie has evaluated basketball talent for 20 years and has over 15 years of experience in publishing, editing and managing high school sports websites for companies such as Student Sports, ESPN and Ballislife. Ronnie compiles the FAB 50 National Team Rankings while serving as an account manager and consultant for grassroots event run by Ballislife and other companies, in addition to serving as a color commentator on high school broadcasts.
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In episode No. 16 of our “In The Paint Show,“ Devin Ugland and guest host Matt Kovach break down the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships, AKA March Madness, and go in on the state of junior college basketball.
Dev and Matt (who closely follows the high school hoops scene) pick their upset specials, teams that can make potential Cinderella runs, and talk top players like Duke’s Zion Williamson, Tennessee’s Admiral Schofield and Grant Williams, and Gonzaga’s Josh Perkins and Rui Hachimura.
The fellas also go in on the state of JUCO basketball and talk about why it gets a bad rap, and its benefits and drawbacks. The fellas also break down the California state championships (won by Fullerton College) and bring in regular host Ronnie Flores (who is out on assignment) to talk about some of the great JUCO players of the past and when elites began to look at other options, including extra seasons on the grassroots circuit.
To learn more about our hosts, Ronnie Flores and Devin Ugland, and to get more information about what “In The Paint” is all about, check out our intro below!