David Thorpe breaks down the game of UConn's Kemba Walker, the player who is absolutely dominating the draft discussion among NBA scouts. He has improved to the point that he is drawing comparisons to Tony Parker and Aaron Brooks.
There are a number of NBA players who don't have the prototypical size to match their natural positional skill set, but there are many more talented players who never got a chance because of that fatal "tweener" moniker. David Thorpe examines why.
David Thorpe disputes a ton of myths about the NBA draft process, including the notion that any prospect, team or agent has an idea where a player will be picked in April. Thorpe takes us inside how a college player navigates these choppy waters.
David Thorpe studies the situation of Butler's Gordon Hayward, who faces a tight deadline to prove himself as a lottery pick in the NBA draft before the new May 8 deadline. As Thorpe outlines, the NCAA has now stacked the deck against underclassmen.