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It appears that another potential NBA lottery pick, will be missing a significant amount of time leading up to the most important period in his lives.
On Saturday we reported that University of Maryland center Alex Len, will be out 4-6 months after undergoing ankle surgery, and the projected first overall pick Nerlens Noel, has been sidelined since January with a torn ACL.
Now, according to Chad Ford of ESPN, University of Las Vegas forward Anthony Bennett, will be sidelined four months after having rotator cuff surgery.
Bennett’s agent Jeff Schwartz, told ESPN that the Canadian-born forward, will miss NBA pre-draft workouts, the NBA draft combine and summer league.
Most draft experts have Bennett going in the top-10 in the 2013 NBA Draft, even as high as the fourth selection.
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GAITHERSBURG, Md. -- Former Maryland center Alex Len will be sidelined up to six months after undergoing surgery on his left ankle in North Carolina.
Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Robert Anderson stabilized a stress fracture in Len's ankle. The problem that was diagnosed after the 7-foot-1 center left Maryland after his sophomore season to enter the NBA draft.
Len will be unable to...
When ESPN announced it's matchups for the Big Ten/ACC Challenge it was hard to contain the inner college basketball geek in me. I mean, getting matchups like UNC vs. Michigan State and Indiana vs. Syracuse is about as good as it gets for the challenge for it's 15th anniversary edition.
Those are just two examples of some great matchups and after the two conferences...
Over the next two months, I’ll take a look at some potential draft prospects that could find themselves in wine and gold come the end of June. First up, we take a look at Maryland center Alex Len. It was recently announced by Len’s representation that the center will miss the next 4-to-6 months as he undergoes surgery for a stress fracture in his ankle. Prior to that news,...
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Now that the 2012-2013 season is over for the Celtics, it's time to start thinking about the draft.
This year's crop of college players is nothing to write home about, but there are some who could be decent role players for years to come. Boston needs size and a guard who can handle the ball. Luckily, there are plenty of players like that to choose from.
Here are some big...