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Author: Will Morris

Two Deep Sleepers in the 2020 NBA Draft Class

Reading Time: 2 minutes  If you’re reading this, you’ve probably heard of LaMelo Ball, Anthony Edwards, and the rest of the names that occupy the top of any draft board. However, if you’ve been following the draft more closely this year, Aleksej Pokusevski and Kira Lewis Jr. might ring a bell. Who knows? Maybe you’ve even stumbled upon the likes of Robert Woodard or Paul Reed. All the guys I listed above will hear their names called on draft day. In this article, I will discuss two players that will likely go undrafted but can become impactful NBA players....

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Breaking Down a Special 2020 NBA Draft International Class

Reading Time: 2 minutesIt’s a known fact that the top of the 2020 NBA draft isn’t particularly talented. However, I do believe that international class this year is absolutely fantastic. Last year, I only had two international players (Sekou Doumbouya at 10 and Goga Bitadze at 12) in my top 60. This year, I’ll probably end up having five guys with first round grades. Here are some quick-hitters on the top guys 2020 international class. I’m not considering LaMelo Ball and RJ Hampton International prospects for the purpose of this exercise:   ______________________   Killian Hayes-G-ratiopharm Ulm Hayes has...

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The NBA’s Next Great Undersized Guard

Reading Time: 2 minutesSmall guards can succeed in today’s NBA. Trae Young is putting up ridiculous numbers at 6’1”, 180 lbs. 3-time Sixth Man of the Year winner Louis Williams is only 175 lbs. And then there’s obviously 3-time NBA Champion Steph Curry. To make it in the NBA as an undersized guard, one must be both extremely skilled and smart. Stanford’s Tyrell Terry is 6’1” and a meager 165 lbs., but he definitely possesses the two aforementioned traits. Terry was a 4-star recruit in high school and decided to commit to Stanford. Nobody considered him a serious one-and-done...

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2020 NBA Draft Top 60 Big Board

Reading Time: 3 minutesThe NBA Draft is always unpredictable, but this year it’s more of a crapshoot than ever before. Teams may have to evaluate players without pre-draft workouts and interviews. Scouts and GMs will have to rely on game film more than ever. With underclassman starting to declare for the draft, now is a good time to give you all an updated look at my board. Before I reveal the full list, let’s take a look at some risers and fallers. ___________________ Riser: Patrick Williams – Forward – Florida State The 5-star recruit only averaged 9 points per...

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Why the Coronavirus Impacts the NBA Draft

Reading Time: < 1 minuteThe NCAA Tournament has been a great time for NBA Draft prospects to put their names on the national radar. Luckily, NBA Scouts and analysts like myself have been evaluating this class for a long time. I already have formulated opinions and lots of notes about the players in this class. Still, this sans-March Madness season will have major implications on the Draft. Without the tournament, players who could have potentially boosted their stock will get drafted way later than they deserve. There will be no Carsen Edwards or Donte DiVencezno-type risers, which is unfortunate....

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