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  1. Malcolm Lee of UCLA Bruins leads Pac-10 NBA draft prospects

    Chad Ford

    With the college basketball season around the corner, Chad Ford goes conference by conference in previewing the top draft prospects scouts are watching. In the Pac-10, UCLA owns the cream of the crop, but an Arizona sophomore is making waves.

    Blog | Conversation | October 29, 2010
  2. NBA draft - David Thorpe - Projecting draft-night steals

    David Thorpe

    Although much is made of finding stars in the lottery, they are few and far between. And if you're picking later in the draft, you should just hope to grab a rotation player. David Thorpe identifies three such sleepers who could help NBA teams right away.

    Blog | Conversation | May 05, 2010
  3. NBA Draft Blog - Prospects that may not be seen in the NCAA tourn...

    Chad Ford

    Chad Ford looks at prospects who don't look like they'll qualify for the NCAA tournament and examines their current stock as well as what a tourney run might mean -- or could have meant -- for them.

    Blog | Conversation | March 11, 2010
  4. NBA Draft Blog - The West Coast watch: Looking at Klay Thompson, ...

    David Thorpe

    The Pac-10 is down this year, but there are still some intriguing prospects out West. David Thorpe scouts Klay Thompson, Quincy Pondexter and Malcolm Lee to determine if -- and where -- they'll fit into this year's NBA draft.

    Blog | Conversation | February 17, 2010
  5. Diamond Leung: Washington's Quincy Pondexter learns from his fath...

    Diamond Leung

    Former All-American Roscoe Pondexter dreamed of becoming an NBA player. Instead he turned into an infamous prison guard nicknamed Bonecrusher. At the urging of his remorseful father, Roscoe's son Quincy has taken a different path.

    Story | Conversation | February 04, 2010
  6. NBA Draft Blog: Stock of college seniors like Luke Harangody seld...

    Chad Ford

    Chad Ford examines why NBA teams usually turn up their noses at college seniors come draft day and names the top 10 four-year players with a chance to crack the first round in June. Plus, other updates to his Big Board.

    Blog | Conversation | November 24, 2009