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NBA Draft Profile:
Paul Harris, Syracuse

Posted on 01. Jun, 2009 by Nolan.

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When we talk about falling short of great expectations in the college basketball sphere-Paul Harris is one of the first names brought to the forefront. DO IT ALL PAUL was considered to be on the same level with prospects like Greg Oden and Kevin Durant coming out of high school. Had there not [...]

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NBA Draft Profile:
Blake Griffin, Oklahoma

Posted on 25. Mar, 2009 by Nolan.

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There is no player in America who got more press and more coverage this season than Blake Griffin. That tends to happen when you sweep the post-season awards and turn Sports Center’s Highlight of the Night into a montage of yourself . The Naismith and Wooden award winner has been the consensus NBA [...]

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NBA Draft Profile:
Hasheem Thabeet, Uconn

Posted on 24. Mar, 2009 by Nolan.

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Standing 7′3 and weighing in at 263 pounds, Hasheem Thabeet defends the goal better than anyone in the college game. Born and raised in Tanzania, Thabeet wanted to use basketball to elevate his life. Hasheem never took up the game until he was 15, and thus had a long way to go before [...]

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NBA Draft Profile:
Brandon Jennings, Virtus Roma

Posted on 23. Mar, 2009 by Nolan.

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It’s been almost a year since Brandon Jennings decided to forgo his college career and play professionally in Europe. After playing his high school ball at the famous Oak Hill Academy and becoming the #1 recruit in the class of 2008, Brandon committed to the University of Arizona. Unfortunately, he was never able [...]

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NBA Draft Profile:
Stephen Curry, Davidson

Posted on 22. Mar, 2009 by Nolan.

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After putting little known Davidson College on the basketball map, and scoring on anything or anyone that stood in front of him for two seasons, Stephen Curry will be taking his baby face to the League and follow in the family pedigree. Like his father Dell, Stephen is one of the deadliest shooters college [...]

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