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It’s looking more and more as if Miami’s Shane Larkin will enter the draft. His dad said earlier that Shane understood market forces and that his perceived value may dictate his departure.
We’re not sure what he’s hearing and obviously he thinks he’s hearing good news. We can’t find a single mock draft which has him pegged higher than #30.
Larkin is a dazzling prospect, unbelievably quick and a superb leader. But any normal sized person can get hammered in the national basketball association. There aren’t many 19-year-old 5-11 guys who are ready, money or not.
Larkin has scheduled a news conference for Sunday at 6:00, but hardly anyone does that to announce they’re staying. He’s going to feel foolish if he ends up a second-round pick., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/larkin-almost-gone
BEST OF MAXIM
University of Miami sophomore point guard Shane Larkin had no official reactionFriday to reports he would declare for the NBA Draft, a school spokespersonsaid.
The school official said Hurricanes coach Jim Larranaga also had no comment, andLarkin still planned to announce his decision to stay in college or go pro at anews conference scheduled for 6 p.m. ET Sunday.
As a top college athlete, sometimes it’s best to leave when you are hot, and before scouts can scrutinize your game over several seasons.
Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports is reporting that Miami Hurricanes point guard Shane Larkin will enter the 2013 NBA Draft according to sources.
Larkin’s family has set up several meetings with prospective agents in New York next week, sources...
Tweet Miami Hurricanes star sophomore point guard Shane Larkin will elect to enter the 2013 NBA draft, per a report from ESPN’s Andy Katz. Per the report Larkin, the son of major league baseball Hall of Famer Barry Larkin, told his father that he intends to indeed declare for the draft and has a press [...]
Miami Hurricanes sophomore Shane Larkin is leaning strongly toward turning pro and will declare for the NBA draft unless he has a last-minute change of heart, his father said.
Baseball Hall of Famer Barry Larkin said he spoke Friday with his son, who plans to announce his decision at a news conference Sunday.
''All indications are he's going into the draft, unless he...
Shane Larkin's father says the Miami Hurricanes sophomore is leaning strongly toward turning pro and will declare for the NBA draft unless he has a last-minute change of heart.
Baseball Hall of Famer Barry Larkin said he spoke Friday with his son, who plans to announce his decision at a news conference Sunday. The elder Larkin said his son is not 100-percent committed to going...
After earning second-team AP All-American honors, star Miami Hurricanes guard Shane Larkin will declare for the 2013 NBA Draft.
Tweet We’ve gotten pretty accustomed to seeing non-baseball players throwing atrocious first pitches at baseball games. In fairness, they aren’t going to college or getting paid to play baseball, so it’s weird that we would expect that of them. However, University of Miami basketball star Shane Larkin has a little less of an excuse for [...]
Basketball is probably the right sport for Shane Larkin. Of course, my scouting report comes off of video of an opening pitch that Larkin threw at a Miami baseball game. That should be good enough, right? The pitch was just a bit high.
The Miami point guard is still weighing his options on whether or not to declare for the NBA draft. Jorge Milian of the Palm Beach Post...
With the deadline to declare for the NBA draft just days away, one of the names that is currently undeclared is Miami's Shane Larkin. The sophomore had a season that led him to a spot on the All-ACC first team, and made him a contender for ACC Player of the Year. Larkin averaged 14.5 points, 3.8 rebounds, 4.6 assists, and 2.0 steals per game. Larkin also shot 47% from the field...
Shane Larkin plans to enter the NBA draft and skip his final two seasons at Miami.
Larkin is considered the third-best point guard in the draft class behind Michigan's Trey Burke and Syracuse's Michael Carter-Williams.
Larkin led the Hurricanes to the ACC regular season title and the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament.