With rumors swirling about Trey Lyles and his current draft position, the New York Knicks supposedly have heavy interest in the former Kentucky freshman, so much that the team is strongly considering drafting him with the fourth overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft. So, Who exactly is Trey Lyles? Is he worth all the hype? Lyles took a backseat to fellow Kentucky big men Dakari Johnson, Willie Cauley-Stein, and
The New York Knicks didn't expect to receive the fourth pick in the 2015 NBA Draft. However, that was exactly the case as the Los Angeles Lakers sneaked into the top-three, placing the Knickerbocker's as the odd team out. Although, it might not be the worst scenario for Phil Jackson and Derek Fisher, as they have plenty of options at their disposal. The fourth pick isn't a bad position at
The NBA Draft is full of small school prospects looking to make a big splash on team's draft boards. And if you are looking for a potential riser look no further than Bowling Green junior, Richaun Holmes. After playing one year at the junior college level, Holmes chose to attend Bowling Green University. After a modest sophomore campaign, Holmes flourished his junior season. With averages of 14.4 points and 8.1
The NBA Draft Lottery has been set, and the Minnesota Timberwolves hold the top pick. This is the first time the team has ever held the first overall selection, and they will have their choice of either Karl Anthony Towns or Jahlil Okafor. What Minnesota does will set the pace for the entire 2015 Draft. Here are the projected 2015 NBA Draft Lottery selections. Minnesota Timberwolves – Karl-Anthony Towns, C,
The 2015 NBA Draft isn't just going to be defined by it's first round, as many impactful players are slated to be available after the 30th selection. In the past the second round has seen current stars such as Chandler Parsons, Isaiah Thomas, and Monta Ellis become the poster children for late-selection success. This year's crop of talent features a few intriguing candidates looking to become the next breakout prospects.
Going into the NBA Draft, there are few under-the-radar names to keep an eye on. One of which is UNLV sophomore, Christian Wood, who is starting to garner a lot of interest amongst NBA teams. There hasn't been a lot of hype surrounding Wood. This can be attributed to the Rebels lackluster seasons during his tenure with the school. However, he is one of the better prospects of the 2015
The 2015 NBA Draft is filled with promising young talent that's primed to leave their mark on the league for years to come. College basketball's leading scorer, Tyler Harvey, is one of those prospects looking to take the next step in his basketball career. There is a lot to love about Tyler Harvey. As stated before, he led the NCAA in scoring with 23 points per game. He did this
Will Justise Winslow defy the odds and become the first overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft? It's a question that has been on the minds of many scouts and analysts as of late, as Winslow's play during the NCAA Tournament has been nothing short of remarkable. It has been widely thought since the conclusion of last year's NBA Draft that Winslow's teammate, Jahlil Okafor, would be the consensus top