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1.Bradley Beal Florida Fr. 6’4” – I really like this kid’s game; I think he might be the best freshman in this class. Beal can flat out shoot the basketball that’s what he is best at. His stroke is real smooth; he has a quick release. He has excellent range on his shot. Beal is not just a shooter; he can get to the rim, and finish with his strength. He is a very versatile scorer. Another thing I like about Beal is that he is a tough player with very high basketball IQ. Beal needs to improve his ball handling as well as his passing ability. He could also work a little of his defense.
2.Jeremy Lamb UConn Soph. 6’6”– Lamb emerged as a true superstar; a year ago after he and Kemba Walker led UConn to the national title. Lamb has very good size and length for a shooting guard, but he really needs to add some weight. Lamb is a great athlete with his quickness and jumping ability. He is also an excellent an aggressive defender. One word to describe his offensive game is smooth...
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Florida shooting guard Bradley Beal isn't just on the radar of several contenders, he's at the top of their list. Beal, considered the top shooter in the draft, revealed Wednesday in a TV interview with ESPN that he's had several conversations with the Oklahoma City Thunder. General manager Sam Presti told Beal the Western Conference champions were interested in trading...
If youre the Cavaliers, is Bradley Beal worth your two first-round picks?
If youre the Bobcats, do other teams undying interest in your No. 2 pick make you think you should just draft a guy and ship him to the highest bidder?
And if youre the Cavs and Bobcats, is Beal even the guy you have in mind?
Beal is a 6-foot-4 shooting guard out of Florida. Hes been compared to Celtics...
The 2012 NBA Draft is only a few days away. On that night, the speculation will end and we’ll finally learn where former Florida Gators guard Bradley Beal will begin his professional career.
Among the teams interested in Beal are the Washington Wizards, the current holders of the third overall pick. It’s reasonable to think Beal could be available for Washington, and just as...
We're less than 24 hours from the start of the NBA Draft, and that's when the rumors kick in to high gear. However, it's not often a rumor gets started because of something a player says during the Green Room interviews a day before the draft. That's just what happened when Bradley Beal told ESPN that several non-lottery teams, most notably the Oklahoma City Thunder...
Since the Draft Lottery first positioned the Cavaliers at 4th overall, there's been rampant speculation that Charlotte at number 2 could be a potential trading partner for Cleveland. Today John Telich reported that the two teams are currently talking, and that Cleveland is willing to give up picks number 24 and 34, in addition to 4, in order to move up two spots. It is then assumed...
It’s NBA draft night and nobody knows what will happen next. [TAI, BF]
Undecided who Wiz should draft? Previews on Beal, MKG, Barnes, T-Rob.
Jason Reid makes the case for Florida guard Bradley Beal. [WaPo]
Nats smack around Rockies again, win 11-5, both Zims look good. [WT]
Hard-hitting rookie Tyler Moore might stay with the big club. [CSNW]
You be the jury: Ty Clippard baby duck...
With the NBA draft slated to happen tomorrow night, let's take a look at three prospects that would help the Washington Wizards out at No. 3 overall:
Bradley Beal - Guard, Freshman, Florida Gators
Beal is a shooter and there isn't anything the Wizards need more than a guy that can knock down shots. Beal has been compared to Ray Allen, but I'm not so certain he is...
There are plenty of local prospects who could be taken in Thursday's NBA Draft. - (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The NBA Draft gets underway tonight in New Jersey at 6 PM CT on ESPN. St. Louis sports fans who may or may not spend much time thinking about the NBA have plenty of reasons to tune in this year.
Among the local intrigue is former Fighting Illini stand out center Meyers...
We're currently in the midst of a wonderful Dream Team renaissance period. It's been 20 years since Larry, Michael and Magic joined forces in Barcelona and there's been a flood of reflection and nostalgia for the squad. GQ had a rich oral history in their July issue, NBATV rolled out a fabulous documentary earlier this month, and Jack McCallum has a book from behind-the...
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On the possibility of trading up to get Beal- “Beal’s certainly good, but stop comparing him to Ray Allen: As a Freshman for the UConn Huskies in 1994, Ray Allen shot...
1. New Orleans Hornets Anthony Davis (6’10″ PF, Freshman, Kentucky) 2. Cleveland Cavaliers Bradley Beal (6’5″ SG, Freshman, Florida) 3. Washington Wizards Harrison Barnes (6’8″ SF, North Carolina, Sophomore) 4. Charlotte Bobcats Thomas Robinson (6’9″ PF, Junior, Kansas) 5. Sacramento Kings Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (6’7″ SF, Freshman, Kentucky) 6. Portland...
So tonight is the night of the 2012 NBA Draft. Who’s up after Kentucky’s Anthony Davis? See below the most likely top 10 next up picks (might not be in this order).
Pos. Ht, Age, Player, College
1. C 6-11, 222 Anthony Davis, Kentucky
2. G 6-5, 202 Bradley Beal, Florida
3. F 6-7, 233 Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Kentucky
4. F 6-8, 228 Harrison Barnes, North Carolina
5. F 6-9, 244 Thomas...