Isaiah Canaan

Murray State Racers #3 - Guard

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 195

Twenty G Leaguers That Could Get Two-Way Contracts During the 2020 Offseason: Part Four


This piece is the fourth part of a series breaking down the G League prospects that could get signed to two-way deals this offseason

Isaiah Canaan and BJ Johnson Lead Ridiculous Upside’s All-NBA G League Winter Showcase Teams


After an entertaining 2019 NBA G League Winter Showcase, Ridiculous Upside announces their picks for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd team

Zion Williamson is going to begin his career alongside a great player already in place — a rarity for first overall NBA draft picks


Is Jrue Holiday the best player to stick around on a lottery-winning team?

Postseason awards: Ja Morant is the best player in a long line of Murray State greats


The Racers star took college basketball by storm this season, and there’s no one more deserving of Player of the Year.

After two seasons without one, it’s time for the Suns to answer their point guard question


Whether it’s via the draft, free agency or trade, it’s time to solve the longstanding issue alongside Devin Booker.

Advance Scouting: Murray State Racers


Surely you know Ja Morant, but what else does Marquette’s first round opponent bring to the table?

2019 NCAA Tournament First Round Preview Primer: vs Murray State Racers

This is March, according to sources close to the calendar.

Igor is coaching the Summer Suns, says no chance Brandon Knight plays


Suns coach Igor Kokoskov expects Dragan Bender and Marquese Chriss to play as well, which means Tyler Ulis, Davon Reed and Josh Jackson too

Suns decision moved to June 30, not today, on Tyler Ulis


Phoenix Suns must pick up or decline Ulis’ non-guaranteed deal today.

Suns’ Devin Booker leads the pack of young shooting guards across the league


Can Devin Booker be a #1 option on a good team? Offensively, he certainly can.

Get to know the Murray State Racers


The OVC Champs are riding a 13-game winning streak into the NCAA Tournament

The argument for ending Conference Tournaments


College basketball must become a true meritocracy.