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Remember way back (less than a year ago) when Jared Sullinger was supposed to be the #1 overall pick in the NBA Draft? But he decided to return for a year at Ohio State because he figured that the NBA would be locked out for the entire year and he had a shot at a [...]
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This is not hyperbole right now. I’m not sure Ohio State has had a player with higher character than Jared Sullinger since Thad Matta took over. First round draft picks rarely need sympathy, nor to be hyped up, and it’s tough to feel bad for a guy who is about to be very rich playing the game he loves.
Never the less, things keep going bad for Sullinger. The latest comes from...
Jared Sullinger is Now the UnderdogThe news that Jared Sullinger will not be invited into the NBA’s green room for the NBA Draft is not so much a shock at this point, but more of a disappointment. It’s hard to fathom that a player who a year ago could have been a top ten pick is now falling down the draft boards faster than a prostitute drops her…you know where I’m headed...
Less than a year ago, we were talking about Jared Sullinger as a potential lottery pick in the NBA draft. In fact, many were surprised when he chose to return to Ohio State for his sophomore season, believing that the power forward would have likely be a top-five pick. In what seems like the blink of an eye, Sullinger has gone from top prospect to not valued highly enough for a spot...
Jared Sullinger was once a shoe-in for the NBA Draft lottery. Had he come out last year, instead of this year, he probably would have been top 6 or 7. Now with news stories about his back issues swirling about, he’s fallen out of the top 20, maybe even the top 25, probably.
The fact that he’s not even invited to the NBA Draft in New York City means he’s almost certainly out...
The NBA draft is on Thursday and the NBA has invited 14 players to attend the draft. This according to Jonathan Givony of DraftExpress.com. While at the draft players sit in the green room with their families and agents. The NBA only invites the players because they don’t want players waiting in the green room. The biggest name not on this list is Ohio State Jared...
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