Found April 28, 2013 on The Sports Bank:
PLAYERS: Steven AdamsC.J. AikenVander BlueTrey BurkeMichael Carter-WilliamsKentavious Caldwell-PopeAllen CrabbeDewayne DedmonGorgui DiengJamaal FranklinArchie GoodwinTim HardawayShane LarkinRicky LedoAlex LenRay McCallumBen McLemoreTony MitchellShabazz MuhammadNerlens NoelVictor OladipoKelly OlynykOtto PorterMarshawn PowellPhil PresseyAndre RobersonTony SnellDeshaun ThomasCody ZellerIsaiah AustinDeonte BurtonJahii CarsonWillie Cauley-SteinC.J. FairSean KilpatrickDoug McDermottMitch McGaryEric MorelandLe`Bryan NashMarcus SmartAdreian PayneGlenn RobinsonRuss SmithIsaiah SykesC.J WilcoxPatric YoungTim Hardaway JrJames Michael McAdooGlenn Robinson III
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The 2013 NBA Draft will soon be here. The deadline for college basketball underclassmen having to decide their future has officially passed so at this point, you are either in or out.  Here is an updated list of underclassmen who have declared for the 2013 NBA Draft and where they could end up being selected. Click here for The Sports Bank’s 2013 NBA Draft mock. Updated: 4/29/13 Steven Adams, C, Pittsburgh, 7-0, Fr. ’12-’13: 7.3 ppg, 6.2 rpg, 2 bpg, 57.1 FG%, 44.3 FT% This isn’t shocking since Adams is one of 18 kids in his family and size is always in need in the NBA so he will likely be a first round pick based on potential and upside alone since he is nowhere near ready to contribute yet at the next level. C.J. Aiken, PF, St. Joseph’s, 6-9, Jr. ’12-’13: 10.4 ppg, 5.6 rpg, 2.6 bpg, 49.6 FG%, 79.3 FT%, 25.3 3-PT% Aiken is a terrific athlete and shot blocker but the rest of his game leaves plenty to be desired.  He thinks he is a better shooter than he actually is and had a rather ...
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