Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Nba draft

  • NBA Draft 2013: Latest Big Board and Top 30 Projections for Week of Dec. 4

    While we were quite satisfied with our initial big board when it was released last week, a number of players have made a strong case to be included (and a few were so awful we had to take them off), which is why we have updated the entire Top 30 and ...


  • Monday Terps Mailbag: Alex Len's NBA draft prospects, QB situation and ...

    Len was widely viewed as a potential lottery pick entering this season and bolstered his stock with that breakout performance against Kentucky in the season opener.


  • Early look at potential Spurs draft targets

    The college basketball season is about a month old, enough time to for draft geeks like me to start looking ahead to June's NBA Draft. The NBA Draft has always been less fun as a Spurs fan since they've always drafted at or near the end of the first round.


  • NBA Draft Stock: Who is Dropping?

    James McAdoo came into the season as a potential Top 10 pick for the 2013 NBA Draft. He has averaged 15.8 points and 9.3 rebounds per game, but his team is losing.


  • 5 2012 Draft Picks NBA Teams Are Kicking Themselves over Right Now

    The word "bust" can have a very appealing definition when discussing women, but not so much with NBA draft picks.


  • How to Have a Better Understanding of the 2013 NBA Draft

    It is the time of year when mock drafts start being drawn up and bad NBA teams dream of landing a future superstar in the 2013 NBA Draft. While there is seemingly endless information and speculation concerning the top prospects in college basketball ...


  • Where Next Year's Top NBA Prospects Should Land

    As the 2012-13 college hoops season unfolds, we can start to put the pieces together for the 2013 NBA Draft and project how high each prospect will land on the board.


  • Top 5 NBA Sophomore Stars That Lottery Teams Passed on

    Although many considered 2011 to be a down year in terms of the draft going in, several players from the class have already found key roles in the NBA and are in the process of becoming potential future All-Stars. Where the 2011 draft really seems to ...


  • Michigan's Trey Burke moving up NBA draft boards

    Trey Burke was projected to be a second-round pick in last year's NBA draft. So far, it's a good thing the point guard stayed at Michigan for his sophomore season.


  • 2012 NBA Trade Rumors: Should the Cleveland Cavaliers Trade Anderson ...

    As the 30th overall pick of the 2004 NBA draft, Anderson Varejao was not expected by many people to develop into a starting-caliber NBA player.


  • 2013 NBA Mock Draft: Early Predictions for Where Top Prospects Will Land

    It is never too early to start speculating over the next NBA draft, and college basketball is filled with exciting prospects that will turn into stars once they become professionals.


  • Notre Dame men's basketball: Irish will see another great crop of freshmen

    In comparison, the Irish have had only two first-round picks since 2001. Dating back to his final days at Memphis, Kentucky coach John Calipari has had at least two players selected in each of the last five NBA drafts, including three who have been the No.


  • Projecting Every NBA First-Round Pick

    The NBA draft is the biggest opportunity for each NBA team to build for the future and address specific weaknesses. Each team has played more than 10 games and has a good feel for what their team truly needs.


  • Majerus' Hoops Impact, Friendships Transcended NBA, NCAA Lines

    CHICAGO - Rick Majerus' formal connections to the NBA were modest. He spent one season as an assistant coach on Don Nelson's staff with the Milwaukee Bucks (1986-87), and for a number of years was a TV analyst of the college prospects on NBA Draft ...


  • Small-school players bond over major NBA potential

    Prominent coaches had overlooked him during his college recruitment, but NBA executives made sure not to make the same mistake. Lillard was picked sixth overall by the Portland Trailblazers in June's NBA Draft. This season, there are a few potential ...


  • An early look at top 2013 NBA Draft prospects

    Yes, it's extremely early in the college basketball season, but that doesn't mean general managers, scouts and personnel staffers aren't already paying very close attention to prospects for next June's 2013 NBA Draft. Compared to the current rookie ...


  • Seniors rising on draft boards

    College seniors continue to be a dying breed in the NBA draft. The thinking is simple: After four years, all the good players have already exited college for the pros.


  • NBA Playoff Picture: Hornets, Wizards, Kings fans can start watching college ball

    It's early, but we can already pencil in three teams for the NBA Draft Lottery in May. But two others you might be ruling out for the playoffs are actually alive.


  • Grizzlies vs. Pistons

    Kyle Singler, the 33rd overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft, also returns to the Pistons roster after spending the past season playing overseas in Spain.


  • NCAA: Top Five Freshmen NBA Draft Prospects

    With youth being valued so highly in the NBA Draft, the top first-year players have a lot to gain in their initial evaluations.


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