You don't always think of the Patriot League when looking for the current big things in college basketball and one of the next big things in the NBA.
But Mike Muscala, a 6-foot-11 center from Bucknell who played high school basketball for Roseville -- and traveling basketball with a group of inner-city Minneapolis kids -- is looking like a big deal, according to a story posted Friday on the Sports Illustrated website.
Pete Thamel writes: "A true senior, Muscala has developed into arguably the country's most productive player. He's become a household name with NBA scouts and is the only player in the country to be in the top 20 in scoring (19.4), top 15 in blocks (2.86) and top 10 in rebounding (11.1)."
|Chicago Cubs - LP: E. Jackson||2||FINAL|
|Pittsburgh - WP: V. Mazzaro||4|
|Baltimore - LP: K. Gausman||6||FINAL|
|Toronto - WP: B. Morrow||12|
|Cleveland - WP: Z. McAllister||12||FINAL|
|Boston - LP: R. Dempster||3|
|Minnesota - LP: J. Burton||6||FINAL|
|Detroit - WP: J. Benoit||7|
|LA Angels - WP: J. Blanton||5||FINAL|
|Kansas City - LP: E. Santana||4|
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