Deyonta Davis is entering NBA draft after one season at Michigan State. Davis is projected to be a first-round pick. The 6-foot-10, 240-pound forward scored 7.5 points and grabbed 5.5 rebounds per game.
Indiana received some great news today when freshman standout Thomas Bryant announced he will return for his sophomore season and not declare for the NBA Draft.
Purdue freshman Caleb Swanigan has announced his intention to declare for the 2016 NBA Draft, but will not hire an agent, maintaining his amateurism. Swanigan will put his name into the NBA Draft, making him eligible to be drafted on draft night on June 23, 2016. He will be able to start attending workouts scheduled by NBA teams on April 26 and is eligible to compete in the NBA Draft Combine on May 10-15, 2016, in Chicago. He then has 10 days (May 25, 2016, deadline) to weigh his options and keep his name in or withdrawal for the NBA
Three former Big Ten standouts were selected in the first round of the 2015 NBA Draft, with two more landing in the second round. Now that this year’s draft is in the books, experts are already looking ahead to next year’s big event. ESPN NBA Insider Chad Ford recently released his 2016 draft sneak peek, where he gave readers an inside look into some potential top picks in next year’s draft. While Ford did not list any Big Ten players in his “Top 5 2016 prospects,” he did list three Big Ten stars later on in his article. Maryland incoming
Five former Big Ten standouts were selected in the 2015 NBA Draft on Thursday night. See where the Big Ten's top undrafted players will be playing in the NBA Summer League inside.
The 2015 NBA Draft is in the books, and it was a notable one for the Big Ten. For starters, Wisconsin had two first-round picks in the same draft for the first time in program history.
If you missed it, we had former Purdue standout and current Minnesota Timberwolves forward Robbie Hummel take over @BigTenNetwork for the 2015 NBA Draft on Thursday night. [ MORE: View Big Ten draft picks | See our NBA draft gallery ] Hummel, a three-time first-team All-Big Ten honoree, fielded questions during the first round and also offered his analysis. Among the questions sent his way were queries from former Purdue teammates Chris Kramer and JaJuan Johnson. See Hummel’s full @BigTenNetwork experience below: *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
The 2015 NBA Draft is underway, and we're keeping track of all of the the Big Ten selections. Don't forget, we had former Purdue standout Robbie Hummel take over @BigTenNetwork.
As expected, three former Big Ten stars were selected in the 2015 NBA Draft on Thursday night. Here were the picks, in chronological order: D’Angelo Russell (No. 2, Los Angeles Lakers); Frank Kaminsky (No. 9, Charlotte); Sam Dekker (No. 18, Houston). [ MORE: Watch Branden Dawson’s reaction | Aaron White selection ] Aaron White (No. 49, Washington) and Branden Dawson (No. 56, New Orleans/traded to Los Angeles Clippers) were selected in the second round.
Frank Kaminsky was taken with the No. 9 pick in the 2015 NBA Draft on Thursday night. [ MORE: Track every Big Ten pick in the 2015 NBA Draft ] After the Charlotte Hornets selected “Frank the Tank,” the unanimous national player of the year opened up his suit coat to show off a couple of tanks. Check it out in the photo above. This isn’t the first time the inside of a former Big Ten player’s suit coat garnered attention at the NBA draft; in fact, last season Adreian Payne honored his late friend Lacey Holsworth, 8, who died