While it's way too early to deem LSU's Ben Simmons the next LeBron James, he's certainly making the case for his NBA potential in college this season. On Saturday, Simmons dropped this epic reverse slam dunk all over the Oklahoma Sooners and nearly led the Tigers to a win over the No. 1 ranked team in America.
Pro comparisons are getting Ben Simmons a lot of attention, but they are not the only reason why he is looking like the draft’s consensus No. 1 pick.
Ben Simmons is a lock to be the first pick in the upcoming draft. With that being said, let's take a moment to compare the best player in the college game to the best player at the professional level.
— LSU Tigers (@LSUsports) January 22, 2016
LSU Basketball walk-on Henry Shortess had his hopes and dreams come true recently. Head coach Johnny Jones got the pleasure of announcing to his team that Shortess' hard work has paid off, and the university has awarded him a scholarship.
The LSU Tigers have turned it on as of late, and they can jump into first place in the SEC with a road victory over the No. 10 Texas A&M Aggies on Tuesday night.
The LSU Tigers got their much needed road win against Vanderbilt. Find out if they can continue the trend at home and pull off the upset over Kentucky.
Here is the LSU Tigers' all-time starting five and one name will be a major surprise.
Ben Simmons is the best player we've seen at the college basketball level in some time, but he won't live up to the LeBron James comparisons.
Some of the top freshmen in the country face off on Monday night in the Legends Classic.
Ben Simmons has already shown a skill set that mirrors the talent of LeBron James.