Trades, surprising picks, sleepers -- we're hearing all kinds of rumors about the 2010 NBA draft. Chad Ford reports on a wide array of news: the jumbled lottery picture, college stars ready to make noise in the second round and trades in the works.
When looking at the adage that you need an elite PG to win the NCAA tournament, Ted Bauer finds that it's true to an extent: You need a strong game manager playing wingman for a (typically big) "go-to guy" in order to make a deep run.
Chad Ford evaluates the draft stock of NBA prospects over the past week, noting that John Wall's backcourt companion, Eric Bledsoe, may be an overshadowed lottery-caliber talent. Meanwhile, senior Scottie Reynolds' NBA dream might finally have legs.
Chad Ford examines the plethora of power forwards, including Derrick Davors and Ed Davis, that could be available for this year's draft. Also, he checks in on the draft viability of Harvard's Jeremy Lin.
Freshman John Wall scored a season-high 25 points, including 12 of Kentucky's last 15 in the game, and the fourth-ranked Wildcats beat No. 14 Connecticut 64-61 on Wednesday night in the SEC/Big East Invitational.
Fran Fraschilla breaks down the Kentucky-UConn matchup from the perspective of an NBA scout, examining the top players on both teams and identifying the areas that pro teams will watch closely to determine their value.