Found June 19, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
With the NBA draft a little over a week away, Jared Sullinger‘s draft stock could be taking a serious hit.
The Ohio State big man was evaluated at the draft combine last week by NBA doctors, and they have reportedly red-flagged the back of Sullinger, who previously missed a pair of games in December for back spasms. ESPN’s Chad Ford has more:
A number of NBA team doctors have reviewed the information from the NBA and have told their front office staff that Sullinger’s back issues could shorten his NBA career, and some have advised their teams not to draft him in the first round.
Last year, Sullinger was a potential top-five pick. This year, he’s dropped a bit, thanks in part to the influx of other talented prospects also in the draft class, but was recently still projected as a lottery pick. But now he could probably see his stock continue to drop.
Naturally, those close to Sullinger, including his father and Ohio State coach Thad Matta, have downplayed the concerns about his back. ...
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Doctor’s Concerned Over Sullinger’s BackJared Sullinger is one of the more prominent prospects in this year’s basketball draft.
Well, that was before the breaking news that Sullinger’s problems with his back may be more serious than first speculated. Reportedly, doctors who looked at Sullinger’s back at the NBA combine might be suggesting that back problems could shorten...
The Celtics are in dire need of boosting their frontcourt. The news of the doctors having red flagged the forward given his back troubles will surely make some lottery teams have serious doubts about picking the talented player from Ohio State in next week's draft. Apparently, Danny would likely hope to add Sullinger to our roster:
Jared Sullinger has been red-flagged by NBA...
He's faced questions about his height, his weight and his mobility. Now former Ohio State big man and projected NBA lottery pick Jared Sullinger has a new concern he'll need to dispel for teams looking to draft him. According to ESPN.com's Chad Ford, Sullinger was red flagged by NBA doctors because of a bad back.
"A number of NBA team doctors have reviewed the...
The Boston Celtics have been rumored to have interest in Jared Sullinger, the 6-foot-10 power forward/center who averaged 17.5 points and 9.3 rebounds last year as a sophomore at Ohio State. Danny Ainge did nothing to dispel the notion that he likes Sullinger Wednesday during an interview with WEEI, gushing when asked about the prospect.“Sullinger’s been a terrific player everywhere...
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2011 Overall Record: 6-7
2011 Big Ten Record: 3-5
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Sept 29@ Michigan State
Oct 13@ Indiana
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Nov 17@ Wisconsin
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Ohio State released the information specifics on its contract with Urban Meyer today; it involves discussion on specific requirements for reporting violations of NCAA rules. (More on this coming later) It also is now public that Meyer will make $4,000,000 per year guaranteed with other incentives.
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