With only two rounds in the NBA Draft, a handful of talented graduated seniors and second round hopefuls are annually passed on and left to sign as undrafted free agents, play overseas, or start their post-basketball lives. There was no shortage of undrafted talent this year. This posts provides updates on the best of the rest.
It is only fair to let some time pass before assessing whether players did or did not pan out with their new teams. Five years seems like a good amount of time to dole out NBA Draft grades that actually mean something.
Earlier today, Trevor identified the biggest winner and biggest loser of the draft. In this post, we’ll identify a few more of each.
For the first time ever during this year’s NBA Finals, I really understood that the NBA is a global game.
Andrew Wittry gives you his top 10 picks in a 2012 NBA mock draft. Who does he think the New Orleans Hornets will draft as No. 1?