Four Big Ten players were selected in last week's NBA Draft, but some prominent names went undrafted. Where did the Big Ten's undrafted talent end up signing for the summer?
Four Big Ten players were selected in Thursday's NBA Draft, including three in the first round.
With the 2017 NBA Draft taking place Thursday, we looked back at how the top picks from the Big Ten over the last decade have fared.
The NBA Draft is June 22 in Brooklyn, N.Y., and multiple outlets are pushing their mock drafts. Where do the Big Ten's big names fall? Have a look.
How did this year's decisions by NBA Draft eligible players impact their Big Ten men's basketball teams? BTN.com's Tom Dienhart and Alex Roux have a look.
Wednesday is the deadline for players who declared for the 2017 NBA Draft, without hiring an agent, to withdraw their names and return to school. While several former Big Ten stars are off to the draft early, a handful will return to school for at least one more year.
For a second season in succession, Caleb Swanigan has declared for the NBA draft. No shocker. He did so last season, too. And, just like last season, Swanigan will not hire an agent. So, he still could return to Purdue for his junior season.
There were many familiar faces at this year’s Big Ten Men’s Basketball Media Day, and quite possibly more than there would have been were it not for a new NCAA rule. In January the NCAA announced it would set a last-chance date of May 25 (10 days after the NBA Combine) for NBA hopefuls to withdraw from the NBA Draft. Most importantly, the NCAA eliminated the limit on the maximum amount of times a player could enter the draft, which previously stood at one. Prior to January, underclassmen had to choose definitively whether to stay in school or enter the draft and
Six ex-Big Ten stars were selected in the 2016 NBA Draft last week. [ MORE: Relive every Big Ten 2016 NBA Draft pick ] Michigan State’s Denzel Valentine, the national and Big Ten players of the year, was the first Big Ten name off the board, going No. 14 to the Chicago Bulls. Michigan’s Caris LeVert, the conference’s only other first-round selection, went No. 20 to Indiana but was traded to Brooklyn. Several former Big Ten standouts went undrafted, though, and they began signing free-agent contracts immediately after the draft. Here’s the updated list. Yogi Ferrell (Indiana), Brooklyn Just got
The 2016 NBA Draft is officially in the books. A total of six Big Ten players heard their name called on Thursday night. See where every Big Ten player was selected.