Arizona Wildcats sophomore forward Derrick Williams has officially decided to forego the final two years of his college eligibility to enter the 2011 NBA Draft. Williams, currently a leading candidate for the top overall pick in this year’s draft, averaged over 19 points and eight rebounds for the Arizona Wildcats in 2010-11, while leading the team to [...]
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According to the Associated Press, Kansas guard Josh Selby has officially delcared himself eligible for the 2011 NBA Draft.
Selby didn’t bother attending Kansas’ end of the year banquet, leaving many to assume that his disappearing act meant he was done with college basketball. It turns out that logic would have been correct, and now Selby could be looking at a spot in the first round.
Scouts differ on just exactly what Selby brings to the table, as he hasn’t yet proven to be a legitimate point guard, and he’s arguably under-sized to play the two at the next level.
We say fringe first-rounder, but with not even eight points per game in his only season of college ball, he could easily drop into the middle of the second round.
The Chicago Bulls have agreed to trade guard Kirk Hinrich and the 17th overall pick in tonight’s draft to the Washington Wizards.