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i know and his thought process changed an awful lot in such a short amount of time.he went from not even thinking about it and def returning to the opposite, given he didnt think he would go so high in the draft, but still...Hardaway isnt ready, McGary isnt ready, and Grob isnt ready...but they will all prolly leave anyway. I hate the way the NBA and college basketball work...
Yea I also think going to UNLV might've hurt his NBA stock. I really didn't see any of his games this year - I'm just basing it off of scouting reports and his HS tape.
I really don't see his lack of size being too much of a hindrance because he's got good range in his game and he'll be able to just out athlete a lot of other 4's.
You know this is something I thought about briefly a few weeks back, but go look at his age. He really isn't that old all things considered. If he jumps after next season he would still be pretty ahead of schedule in comparison to most players.
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Beat me by a couple seconds. Not too surprising, good for him.
No surprise. Good for him and good luck. He and his father know more about basketball than I'll know if I live to be 1000 so there is no questioning his decision on my part.
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