NBA team asked Frank Mason III how he wants to die at combine interview

Kevin Durant may think the NBA draft combine is a waste of time, but think of all the entertaining questions we’d miss without the event. We’ve got a few absurd ones to share with you from this year’s combine, but the one that takes the cake is one NBA team asking former Kansas guard Frank Mason III how he’d like to die. Here’s Mason, the 2016-17 NCAA Player of the Year...
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Watch: Frank Mason III gets asked strange question at NBA combine

Every year at the NFL combine, we hear stories about the strange questions teams ask draft prospects. However, it seems like the NBA combine may have taken the cake when it comes to strange and weird questions. On Thursday at the combine, ESPN’s Jeff Goodman asked Kansas Jayhawks point guard Frank Mason III about the craziest question a team has asked him during the interview process...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Team asks NBA Draft prospect how he wants to die

Um. Morbid interviews with prospective job seekers are not necessarily a common occurrence around the professional world. That’s until we focus on the NBA, where at least one team decided to ask former Kansas star Frank Mason III how he wanted to die. No, really. We really want to know how this helped with the interview process at the annual NBA Scouting Combine. If Mason had said...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Frank Mason III asked how he would want to die at NBA combine interview

Many of the questions that NBA draft prospects have received from teams at their combine interviews over the years have bordered on the bizarre. But one that Frank Mason III got in his interview was downright morbid.The former Kansas Jayhawks star spoke to ESPN’s Jeff Goodman at the combine and revealed that one NBA team asked him during his interview how he would like to die,...
Via Larry Brown Sports
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Draft Profile: Frank Mason III

Frank Mason III: Point Guard, Kansas – 23 years old Measurables: 5-11, 190 lbs. Strengths: Shooting, Driving, Playmaking, Toughness, Quickness Weaknesses: Size, Defense Conclusion: Despite all the deserved attention thrust onto the shoulders of freshman phenom and soon-to-be lottery pick Josh Jackson, Frank Mason was the man for the Kansas Jayhawks this season. Even if uncensored...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Breaking down the Naismith Award race

With the 2017 NCAA Tournament heating up, all eyes are on the college basketball world. By the end of this weekend, the March Madness field of 68 teams will have been pared down to just four finalists, and we'll have just three meaningful games of college hoops left to enjoy this year.So, as the season wraps up, we wanted to turn our attention to another exciting race for a major...
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March 24, 2017  |  Discuss

KU star Frank Mason III gives awesome speech to son at Jayhawks’ Senior Night

The No. 1-ranked Kansas Jayhawks survived a scare from the Oklahoma Sooners on Monday night, rallying to win 73-63 at Allen Fieldhouse. The game was also Senior Night for the Jayhawks, and senior guard Frank Mason III led the way with 23 points and six assists. It was a very emotional night for Mason, and not just because it was his final game at Allen Fieldhouse. What meant even...
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February 28, 2017  |  Discuss

WATCH: Kansas' Frank Mason sinks Duke in final seconds

An early candidate for Game of the Year in college basketball ended when Frank Mason III nailed a mid-range jumper with 1.8 seconds left to lead No. 7 Kansas over No. 1 Duke on Wednesday. The game, part of the Champions Classic, certainly did not disappoint. Kansas was down five at halftime, then rallied to take a 10-point lead with just over eight minutes to play, before letting...
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November 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Frank Mason: the newest face of Kansas basketball?

During his time at the University of Kansas, Perry Ellis seemed to be as much of a staple for the Jayhawks (and around for the same amount of time) as the Jayhawk mascot. In his senior season, Ellis led the Jayhawks in points per game (16.9), field goal percentage (.531), free throw percentage (78.5%), and was second in rebounds per game (5.8). Ellis completed his senior season...
Via The Sports Quotient
September 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Kansas’ Frank Mason burns ESPN analyst Fran Fraschilla

The art of the subtweet is a tricky one, but it appears Kansas Jayhawks point guard Frank Mason has it mastered. His target? ESPN analyst Fran Fraschilla of all people. After his Jayhawks got done clinching their 15th Big 12 basketball championship, Mason had a bit of fun at the expense of the ESPN analyst via Twitter: "6th best PG in the Big 12" but what is my team? — Frank...
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March 01, 2016  |  Discuss

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