The 2014 NBA Draft is hardly in the rearview mirror, but now it’s time to take a super-early look at the Big Ten’s top 2015 draft prospects. Who is the top prospect? BTN analysts Stephen Bardo and Shon Morris have different answers.
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.
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.
Former Michigan State standout Adreian Payne is now a member of the Atlanta Hawks. But, as Payne makes the transition from college to the NBA, there is one memory he vowed to hold on to during this process: Lacey Holsworth.
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.
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At night’s end, the Big Ten’s top NBA draft prospects will know where they are continuing their basketball careers. Before Cleveland is on clock, at 8 p.m. ET, relive all of BTN’s 2014 NBA Draft features in this post.
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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?