Found July 02, 2012 on Midwest Sports Fans:
With only two rounds in the NBA Draft, a handful of talented graduated seniors and second round hopefuls are annually passed on and left to sign as undrafted free agents, play overseas, or start their post-basketball lives. Scouting reports of “He can’t create his own shot” or “undersized” or a recent injury often scare teams off. There was no shortage of undrafted talent this year. Jordan Taylor leaves an indelible legacy on Wisconsin basketball … but where will the next stage of his basketball career take him? (Image credit: Inside The Hall) Scott Macahado-PG-Iona Machado lead the Iona Gaels to a 25-8 record and a berth in the NCAA Tournament as a 14 seed. He averaged 13.6 ppg, 5.0 rpg, and an NCAA-leading 9.9 apg. If his assist numbers aren’t enough for a point guard prospect, Scott Machado shot 49.5% from the field and 40% from behind the arc. According to the New York Post, Machado has heard from the Bobcats, Raptors, Cavaliers, Hawks, and Rockets. The Atlanta Hawks ar...
2 Comments:
  • Whatever happened to staying in school. The last I heard unless your a sure fire bet to be a first round pick, you should stay in school. With that being said, here goes another athlete destined for the European leagues or the CBA when another year or 2 in school might have helped him achieve his dreams not to mention the education that could never be taken from him. It's too bad. I only wish I would have had that type of talent and options, in closing 13 ppg. and 5 rpg. is good but not NBA 1st round draft numbers. Should of stayed in school. Good luck!
  • Holy hell, you are unbelievably stupid. These players were SENIORS. They GRADUATED college. Are you incapable of reading? Your tirade has absolutely no relevance to this article, seeing as how these players did not leave college early.

    Also, it's "should have," not "should of." Maybe you SHOULD HAVE stayed in college, huh?
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