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The Wizards, at least for now, have fixed their backup point guard problem. The team announced yesterday that the Wizards have dealt their 2nd round pick in exchange for New Orleans Pelicans backup point guard Tim Frazier. This seems like a good value for the Wizards, 2nd round draft picks often take a few years to contribute, that is if they contribute at all. Additionally, the Wizards already have several long-term projects on the roster (Daniel … Read More »
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Terps flex four Justin Jackson is returning for his second season. Jackson is widely considered to be the Terps best player and will almost certainly go pro in 2018 as he is currently projected as the 21st pick in the 2018 NBA draft, however if he has a strong 2017-2018 campaign his stock could rise further. Jackson had good feedback from NBA scouts up until the last day where he worked out for his hometown Toronto … Read More »
NEW YORK (AP) – Kareem Abdul-Jabbar likes experienced players, part of the reason he picked San Antonio to knock off Golden State.And it’s one reason he thinks John Wooden wouldn’t have the same enjoyment or success if he were coaching today. His coach at UCLA would have disliked how the one-and-done era has changed the college basketball game that the Bruins ruled under Wooden.
“He wouldn’t have been able to do it now,” Abdul-Jabbar said Monday in an interview at … Read More »
Diamond Stone might get lucky and I mean real lucky if he falls to the very bottom of the NBA Draft. Pick #29 is San Antonio and where I believe he might fall to is #30 and Golden State. After the disastrous performances of Festus Ezeli and Harrison Barnes in the finals, both will be let go by the Warriors. 2 of the mocks I have looked at have Diamond Stone being taken by Popovich. Also, Mitch Kupchak (Lakers GM) … Read More »