Does Justin Bieber have a new favorite NBA team?
The pop star, a known Cavaliers fan, recently shared a photo of himself on Instagram playing a pick-up basketball game in a full Steph Curry uniform while visiting Australia.
Is Bieber a bandwagoner? Or did he perhaps decide to switch teams after getting booed at the NBA Finals last year for picking LeBron James and the Cavs to win?
Tatum also moves up the board after a terrific final month of college basketball. Tatum has figured things out on this level and become the weapon that he was expected to be coming into the year. From Feb. 15 onward, Tatum averaged 19.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game for the Blue Devils while shooting 48 percent from the field, 36 percent from 3 and 89 percent from the foul line.
Put that into conjunction with a kid who is widely known to have a sterling reputation to pair with a hard-working personality, and it’s not out of the question that he gets into conversation for No. 1 overall if Duke goes on a run and he leads the way.
Jackson falls a touch here mostly due to the rise of Ball and Tatum. He’s still the same level prospect: a do-it-all wing who can score on or off ball, create plays for others through passing and play with an elite level motor. He’s still the first high-major freshman wing to put up averages of 16 points, six rebounds and three assists per game since Dwyane Wade (who did it in a Conference USA that was the No. 7 league in the country).