5 Storylines For the College Basketball Offseason

Storylines Entering the College Basketball Offseason

Jabari Parker
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I am still in denial that the 2013-14 college basketball season is over. The season went way too fast, but what a season it was. Connecticut was nowhere near being the best team entering the 2014 NCAA tournament, yet the Huskies still managed to win the championship. Moving on, we will be looking at five storylines for the college hoops offseason.

The Harrison Twins

Kentucky basketball
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The Harrison Twins

Kentucky basketball
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Andrew and Aaron Harrison really improved as the season progressed. That tends to happen with freshmen. Well, the Harrison twins have yet to decide on their futures. Will they stay or will they go?

Where Will Myles Turner Go?

Myles Turner
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Where Will Myles Turner Go?

Myles Turner
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Myles Turner is not getting as much hype as last year's Andrew Wiggins sweepstakes, but he is still the No. 2 ranked recruit in the 2014 class (via ESPN). So, he is still a very talented player and one lucky team will land him.

Jabari Parker’s Future

Jabari Parker
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Jabari Parker’s Future

Jabari Parker
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Jabari Parker was arguably the best freshman in college hoops this season. He will more than likely go in the top five of this summer’s NBA draft. However, there is a chance that he stays at Duke.

Other NBA Draft Decisions

Nick Johnson
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Other NBA Draft Decisions

Nick Johnson
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Parker and the Harrison twins steal the NBA draft decision headlines, but there are other players who are still undecided. That will change here shortly.

Transfers

Ryan Anderson
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Transfers

Ryan Anderson
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Although some players have already picked new schools, there are still some out there who have not. For example, former Boston College player Ryan Anderson has not decided on which school he will attend. He averaged 14.3 points per game and 7.3 rebounds per game this past season.

Trevor Lowry is a Senior Writer and Copy Editor at RantSports.com. If you’re a tweeter feel free to follow him @TheTrevorLowry or add him to your network on Google.

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