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What about the Big Ten's undrafted NBA prospects?

You probably already know seven former Big Ten stars were selected in Thursday night’s NBA draft. See the full list here. But what about the Big Ten products who didn’t hear their name called? Get caught up on the latest reports regarding LaQuinton Ross and Jordan Morgan, among other undrafted Big Ten products. [ MORE: Adreian Payne honors Lacey Holsworth at draft ]

Poll: Who was the best dressed at the NBA Draft?

Thursday night’s NBA Draft was filled with plenty of Big Ten love, as seven former stars were selected. The draft is a time when players’ dreams come true, taking the next step in their professional careers. It is also a time for players to make a fashion statement. [ MORE: Seven Big Ten players taken in 2014 NBA Draft ] We gathered some of the top photos from Big Ten prospects at last night’s draft. Who has the best fashion? You tell us… Adreian Payne, Michigan State Adreian Payne showing off his #NBAStyle at the #NBADraft. pic.twitter.com/uF3i6lgNhC — NBA Draft

Seven Big Ten players taken in 2014 NBA Draft

The 2014 NBA Draft is in the books. Seven former Big Ten stars were selected Thursday night, including first-rounders Nik Stauskas (No. 8), Noah Vonleh (9), Adreian Payne (15), Gary Harris (19) and Mitch McGary (21). See where all of the Big Ten draft picks will continue their careers in this post. [ MORE: See where undrafted Big Ten players are headed ] No. 8: Michigan SG Nik Stauskas (Sacramento) Dreams really do come true!! Excited to be a member of the Sacramento Kings! The journey is just beginning and the best has yet to come! — Nik Stauskas (@NStauskas11)

Final mock drafts: Where will Big Ten stars land?

It’s almost time for the NBA draft, and I wanted to get creative and ask Big Ten fans where they want their favorite Big Ten players to land. The consensus is that Indiana’s Noah Vonleh, Michigan’s Nik Stauskas, and Michigan State’s Gary Harris and Adreian Payne are all first-round locks. Michigan’s Mitch McGary and Glenn Robinson III could also be first-round selections. But where will these former Big Ten stars call home? Here is a look at the responses we got, as well as where several NBA experts have thesm landing. This should be fun. Noah Vonleh, PF, Indiana Chad

NBA Draft: B1G prospects ready for tonight

The 2014 NBA Draft is just hours away. Needless to say, the Big Ten’s top prospects woke up this morning well aware just how big of a day it is. See their draft day tweets, plus a few interesting updates from across the web, in this post. [ MORE: Get all of our 2014 NBA Draft coverage ] And here are a few interesting draft-day tweets:

BTN.com's top 10 Big Ten NBA Draft prospects

Get your popcorn ready, ladies and gentlemen. The 2014 NBA Draft is hours away, and there are a number of Big Ten prospects who will their name called on Thursday night in the Big Apple. Noah Vonleh, Gary Harris and Nik Stauskas are said to be ‘lottery locks,” but lets go ahead and go deeper in the rankings. The BTN.com team combined their hoops knowledge to bring you our top 10 Big Ten prospects in the NBA Draft. [ MORE: Get all of our NBA draft coverage | Track the draft Thursday night ] 1. Noah Vonleh, PF, Indiana: This

Video: Former Big Ten standouts prep for NBA draft

The 2014 NBA Draft is Thursday night, and all of the expected lottery picks are in New York city getting ready for the big night. Former Big Ten stars Gary Harris (Michigan State), Adreian Payne (Michigan State), Nik Stauskas (Michigan) and Noah Vonleh (Indiana) are among the list of headliners in NYC. [ MORE: Get all of our 2014 NBA Draft coverage ] See video of the Big Ten stars prepping for draft night below.

How would B1G hoops teams have looked with these guys?

Lostlettermen.com recently put together an entertaining photo gallery, which took a look at where some of the best preps-to-pros stars would have played in college if they had to go to school for one year before entering the NBA Draft. Three of the players featured in the gallery were pegged to attend Big Ten schools: LeBron James (Ohio State), Kevin Garnett (Michigan) and Josh Smith (Indiana). Whether these three NBA vets would have attended the predicted schools is anyone’s guess, but it’s still fun to consider. In fact, let’s go ahead and take this one step further. Here is a

BTN ‘NBA Draft Preview’ airs at 7 p.m. ET Wednesday

CHICAGO – As one of the premier basketball conferences in the country, the Big Ten is expected to once again be heavily represented in the 2014 NBA Draft. Through a series of feature segments, sit-down interviews and in-depth analysis, BTN will prepare fans for draft night with a 60-minute NBA Draft Preview edition of Big Ten Basketball Report at 7 PM ET on Wednesday, June 25. [ MORE: Get all of our 2014 NBA Draft coverage ] Hosted by Dave Revsine alongside analyst Jim Jackson, the show will include several features that provide viewers with an inside look at how

ESPN: Stauskas, Vonleh draft's top shooter, rebounder

Several former Big Ten stars are expected to hear their names called early in next week’s NBA draft. Among those players are Indiana’s Noah Vonleh and Michigan’s Nik Stauskas, both of whom are expected to be lottery picks, according to Chad Ford’s latest ESPN Mock Draft 8.1. [ MORE: Which Big Ten player would you want your NBA team to draft? ] Ford and ESPN college hoops analyst Jay Bilas recently published a piece, breaking down the draft’s elite shooters, rebounders, passers and defenders. Bilas tabbed Stauskas as the top shooter in this year’s entire NBA draft class. “Stauskas has