With June now upon us, the NBA Draft is suddenly just weeks away. That realization only means one thing for the hundred-some prospects currently vying to be selected by an NBA franchise on June 27: workouts, workouts and more workouts.
Below is my first round list, complete with team, fit & what they're most likely yearbook superlative would be. I apologize in advance.
Steven Adams, Pittsburgh, 7'0/250, Fr., C (Likely late 1st round) C.J. Aiken, St, Joseph's, 6'9/195, Jr., F (Likely undrafted) Anthony Bennett, U...
The World Team exhibited better team chemistry and passing, continually looking for the open man and the better shot. The USA relied too much on individual play on offense and had difficulty competing on the boards.
If there is one thing we know about the NBA Draft, it's that well, we don't know. Which is why I present you with my draft night winners and losers.
The Hornets don't count, because the team that ended up with Anthony Davis was destined to be the clear winner of the draft. With Jared Sullinger, Fab Melo and Kris Joseph, Danny Ainge drafted three accomplished, tough college players who fit roles for Doc Rivers' squad.
In another NBA Draft segment with Noah Coslov of CineSport, I break down the injury concerns of former Ohio St. All-American Jared Sullinger and just how far he could slip Thursday night.
In a new segment with Noah Coslov of CineSport, I break down my sleepers in the upcoming NBA Draft, which takes place June 28, in New Jersey.
Wildcat fans seem more interested in celebrating wins by people who temporarily wear polyester tank tops brandished in "Kentucky" than by, say, degree-seeking philosophy students at Kentucky.
Anthony Davis is the celebrated prize, but this is a draft full of great depth and value, especially in the later stages of the first round.
LeBron and Spoelstra are easy targets to throw under the bus when the Heat eventually get eliminated but not the right ones. You can't win in the NBA without depth, and the Heat has none. That's on Riley.
The following NBA Mock Draft considers the ability of the players and does not incorporate team needs. This has been updated to reflect the results of the 2012 NBA Draft Lottery.
The following NBA Mock Draft considers the ability of the players and does not incorporate team needs.
Despite his achievements, I'm disappointed with Anthony Davis's decision not to continue his education. In doing so, he abandoned the values and drive that got him to such a high level in basketball.
Our top college scout, Dave Maron, came up with this list of our ten best NBA prospects who participated at the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament. The players are listed based on their NBA potential.
Should a team give up on the present by trading away an excellent player for a chance at one of those amazing number one picks in the draft? That suggests you need to sacrifice today to win tomorrow. But is this true?