Indiana Hoosiers at Madden NFL 18 Coins

  • Didn't see many NBA scouts were there during my few hours in the gym -- though I heard it was packed for Saturday night -- but the ones I did see included: Phoenix, LAC, Houston, Portland, New York and Denver. Onto the Madden NFL 18 Coins big stories. (Frank Jackson. Trevor Johnson / SB Nation)HOOSIERS BACKThere were three representatives from the


    Indiana Hoosiers at Nations, all playing on Team Mavs (all the college players were grouped into one of four teams -- Mavs, Spurs, Wolves and Clippers. West bias!). They were senior point guard Yogi Ferrell, who has been running out of eligibility for what seems like a decade, junior forward Troy Williams, and 20th-ranked freshman big man


    Thomas Bryant. I watched the three of them beat a very tough squad boasting Kyle Wiltjer, Wayne Selden and Monte Morris. They worked well together -- Yogi taking good shots and getting wherever he wanted, Williams flashing next-level athleticism and the freshman Bryant doing all sorts of things a man his size shouldn't be able to do.Add in sophomore James Blackmon Jr. and some legitimate shooters, and I'm looking at that No. 14 ranking ESPN just pegged them at like it's 8-10 spots too low.I TAKE THEE, WILTJERMy goodness, Kyle Wiltjer can score the hell out of the ball.


    Wayne Selden* and Frank Mason continued to feed the Gonzaga senior in the Cheap MUT 18 Coins post, and Kyle continued to calmly make whatever move he felt like to get a clear look at the basket. Adidas Nations is a little like NBA Summer League in that it's not conducive to crisply executed post moves, because kids are trying to make a name for themselves so much that they're playing with a frenzy, which means gambling and doubles and