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When 5.4% of NBA rookies think #1 overall pick Andrew Wiggins will have the best career out of anyone in their class, people take notice. Find out what they think about each other (and give us your opinion), after the jump…
Fantasy owners love them some ADP, so I thought it would be fun to look at the Average Draft Positions for the 2014 NBA Draft lottery teams, to see what the consensus might be.
Rumors and reports abound. The draft can’t come any sooner. Will Cleveland deal the No. 1 pick? Can the Bulls swing for Kevin Love?
Jabari Parker Penned A Very Sincere, Well-Intentioned Op-Ed Explaining How And Why He’s Leaving Duke
He’s such a nice kid. See what he said, and what we would’ve said had we been in his shoes, after the jump…
Maybe the Bucks should think twice before trying to flip Larry Sanders for draft picks; ditto for pretty much every other team in the Eastern Conference and the Jazz as well.
The Pat Mayo Hour Podcast: Submit Andrew Wiggins Vs Jabari Parker Vs Julius Randle & NBA Two Week Check-In
Pat Mayo & SB Nation basketball writer James Herbert debate NBA draft prospects of freshmen Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker & Julius Randle and the level of excitement for this year’s NCAA season. Then, Pat gets James to catch him up on the NBA season through two weeks discussing the leap of Anthony Davis, teams’ inability to properly tank, Chris Paul’s hot start, the league’s top NBA league pass teams, Xaiver Henry’s epic dunk, the best mascots, Ricky Rubio’s upside, the health of Kobe Bryant, Andrew Bynum’s retirement talk and long shot bets for NBA MVP.
6-8 Jabari Parker, the No. 2 ranked high school basketball player in ESPN’s top 100, committed to on his ESPNU decision special just a moment ago. His choices came down to Michigan State, Duke, Stanford, BYU and Florida. He is one of the most hyped high school basketball players since LeBron James. He was on the cover of Sports Illustrated recently. He attends Simeon Career Academy in Chicago, Illinois.
The Lansing State Journal Definitely Did Not Mean To Publish This “Jabari Parker Picks Michigan State” Story Just Yet
In a short while, elite small forward Jabari Parker of Simeon Career Academy in Chicago will announce his college choice. Michigan State’s among the finalists – and good news, Spartans fans: a report emerged recently announcing Parker made MSU his pick. There was just one tiny problem…