Found November 19, 2012 on The Sports Bank:
It wasn’t a star studded field but the Charleston Classic did afford college basketball nuts like myself to check out some competitive early season hoops.  Led by their spectacular guard play, the Colorado Buffaloes claimed the tourney title.  Though their play didn’t thrust them into the national spotlight, it certainly caught my attention and probably opened the eyes of some NBA GM’s as well.  Here are some players who either helped or hurt their 2013 NBA Draft Stock. Check out my 2013 NBA Mock Draft RISING: Askia Booker, PG, Colorado, Soph. Junior forward Andre Roberson gets plenty of buzz in terms of Buffs with NBA potential but Booker was terrific in earning tourney MVP honors averaging more than 19 points per game in Charleston.  He showed off his athleticism with a tomahawk dunk in transition, can break down defenders off the bounce, and shoot it from distance.  Booker does need to become a better distributor since he projects to be a point guard at the next level due to his ...
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Askia Booker had a career-high 23 points and Andre Roberson had 16 points and nine rebounds as Colorado won the Charleston Classic with an 81-74 victory over Murray State on Sunday night. The Buffaloes (4-0) used an 11-1 run midway through the second half to break open a tie game and finish off their perfect trip South. Booker closed that run a 3-pointer and Colorado was ahead for...
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