Deandre Daniels entered the 2014 NBA Draft Combine as a question mark to NBA teams. Plagued by inconsistent play throughout his career at UCONN, Daniels comes off a breakout NCAA tournament that saw him average 16 points/7 rebounds as the second scoring option. 694 more words
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The NBA combine provides some useful measurements. Usually, people talk about how much shorter players are than there college playing height. That is an interesting subject, but the difference can mostly be chalked up to the 1.35″ (that was the average this year) in shoes. 272 more words
So, here’s only ONE of the major problems with feeling Andrew Wiggins is a ‘fraud’.
James Young and Julius Randle have both completed their Draft Combine Interviews, and they both had interesting things to say. James Young had the more news worthy interview, as he said “he is definitely a two-guard.” 44 more words