2011 NBA Draft Start Time Is Soon So Talk About It Here!
The 2011 NBA Draft is less than 12 hours away and the rumors today are getting more interesting by the minute, but instead of looking at that, it seems pertinent that this gets off my chest while there is still time: I'm not sure Jeremy Tyler is more ready for the NBA than Michael Dunigan.
Kevin Anderson averaged 16.6 points and made 41 percent of his three-point shots as a six-foot senior scoring point guard for the Richmond Spiders this past season on their way to a Sweet 16 berth in the NCAA Tournament.
The 2011 NBA Draft is here and that means everyone should be really, really excited. The rumors for the next 12 hours are probably going to include plenty of smokescreens, trade proposals only one of the teams know about and tidbits that seem completely implausible until the second they happen (Long live Pape Sy!).
It's come to that point in time leading up to the 2011 NBA Draft that the morning posting of NBA rumors simply isn't enough. Stories are breaking, sources are talking and trades are a-brewin' all over the internet.
The 2011 NBA Draft is just two sleeps away -- as the cool girls on my Facebook say -- which means the rumors, smokescreens and speculation regarding random trades are coming to a head.
We are just a few days away from the 2011 NBA Draft so everyone better be excited for all of the last minute trade rumors, smokescreens and everything else that comes along with this time of the year. People will also be excited about Jimmer Fredette, too, but I'll do my best to mention only the most important Jimmer news in this beautiful section of the internet.
Julyan Stone is certainly a prospect worthy of the intrigue considering the all-around guard averaged 8.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 5.3 assists as a senior while often deferring to his more aggressive Miner teammates, but his agent told Ridiculous Upside Wednesday evening that there's no promise from the Lakers that they will select his client in the upcoming NBA Draft.
Malcolm Thomas has the tools and athleticism to be a contributor in the NBA but can he show he is a well-rounded basketball player and not just an athlete? Thomas put up a good showing in the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, earning first team honors, which no doubt piqued the interest of a few scouts.