The NABC is making a push to move up the NBA draft declaration date and drastically shorten the decision-making window.
Steven Smith came back. Others stayed in. Lots to digest after withdrawal deadline day.
Jarrett Jack is taking his decision on whether to stay in the draft right up to the deadline to withdraw.
Despite not being viewed as a first-rounder, Louis Williams appears likely to stay in the NBA draft.
All signs are pointing to Arizona State's Ike Diogu staying in the NBA draft.
C.J. Miles will attend Texas if he slips into the NBA draft's second round.
If the NBA sets an age limit of 19 for the draft, why bother? It won't have much impact.
Florida's Anthony Roberson appears set to stay in the draft, wherever he's going to be picked.
After the first night of the NBA predraft camp, it sure sounded as though Wake Forest's Eric Williams was leaning toward a return to school.
UConn recruit Andrew Bynum will not be in Chicago and instead will hold three individual workouts.
UConn recruit Andrew Bynum may be holding more individual workouts while Keith Brumbaugh may be leaning toward school.
After apparently not being invited to the Chicago pre-draft camp, Stanford PG Chris Hernandez expects to return to school.
Michigan State coach Tom Izzo sorts out the fact from fiction regarding his possible move to the NBA.
Some who declared for the draft expecting to be able to show their skills in Chicago are in for a rude surprise.
Daily Word: It's looking more and more like players like Randolph Morris have made smart draft decisions.
Brandon Bass is leaning towards declaring for the NBA draft and forfeiting his final two seasons of eligibility.