Posted to The One And OnlyThe Chicago Bulls signed 2014 2nd round draft pick Cameron Bairstow on Monday. At 6’9″, 250 lbs., Bairstow has an NBA ready body, and can shoot (over 50% FG and 70% FT in NCAA).
Bairstow will join fellow New Mexico Lobos Tony Snell as part of the Bulls roster. It’s an important move because it is a cheap roster spot option for Gar Forman and John...
The Chicago Bulls selected Cameron Bairstow with the No. 49 pick in the draft last night, and the reaction consisted of comments in the vain of:
“They drafted another white guy?!”
Well, the former 6’10″ power forward of the New Mexico Lobos might actually have a role with the Bulls come next season.
Bairstow started during his junior and senior seasons, including 20.3 points...
Philadelhia 76ers: Russ Smith || PG || Lousville || (Proposed Trade Rights to : NO)
Milwaukee Bucks: Lamar Peterson || SG. || Pittsburgh
Chicago Bulls: Cameron Bairstow || PF || New Mexico
Phoenix Suns: Alec Brown || C || Green Bay
Posted to The Bull PenThe Chicago Bulls have selected New Mexico big man Cameron Bairstow with the 49th pick in the NBA Draft. He was teammates with current Chicago Bulls forward Tony Snell
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As has been the case with the Utah Jazz’s first four pre-draft workouts, none of the six players who participated in Monday’s tryout session will be picked by the team in the first round of the NBA draft on June 26.
And certainly not with the fifth pick the Jazz own.
Jazz vice president of player personnel Walt Perrin added, "not at 23, possibly at 35."
With the Celtics’ offseason beginning earlier than fans have become accustomed to in recent seasons, the lack of news surrounding the C’s has been deflating. In the lead up to this week’s lottery, we take a look at the two Australians vying for their chance to join the NBA – hopefully in a green uniform as far as we’re concerned.
The first Australian (that some of you may...
The NBA Combine takes place this upcoming week in Chicago from May 14- May 18. The full list of players to be invited to the event has not yet been officially released, but ESPN’s Jeff Goodman has the inside scoop on who will be in the Windy City.
Can confirm @WojYahooNBA report that Jabari Parker and Joel Embiid are not on participant list for NBA combine this week in Chicago...
Cleveland “Pancake” Thomas wants to be a starter.
And since the 6-foot-3 sophomore guard doesn’t see that as a realistic possibility at the University of New Mexico in the next couple of seasons, he requested, and was granted, his release from his scholarship from the Lobos basketball team Wednesday.
“All came down to I didn’t see my dreams coming true here,” Thomas...
ST. LOUIS -- Chasson Randle scored 23 points and No. 10 seed Stanford made an impression in its first NCAA appearance since 2008, leading almost start to finish in a 58-53 victory over seventh-seeded New Mexico on Friday.
The Cardinal (22-12) built an early 16-point lead then held on after New Mexico rallied to tie it midway through the second half. They got four crucial free throws...
ST. LOUIS -- Stanford made the most of its first NCAA appearance since 2008, starting fast and finishing strong. New Mexico made another hasty exit.
"We came out energetic and ready to go," guard Chasson Randle said after the Cardinal led almost start to finish and knocked off the seventh-seeded Lobos 58-53 on Friday. "We knew how big this game was. We definitely had...
Let's get less physical. That was the aim of new NCAA basketball rules this season. But you can't legislate against the broad shoulders and bulk power Cameron Bairstow displayed as he seemed to fill up a hallway just walking Thursday into the locker room area at the Scottrade Center.
When Bairstow enrolled at the University of New Mexico as a freshman he was 6-9 and about...
The most exciting time of the college basketball season, is finally upon us. The New Mexico Lobos are slotted at the seven seed in the south region of the bracket, set to take on the Stanford Cardinal as the ten seed.
The Lobos are coming into the NCAA tournament hot, winning their third straight Mountain West tournament and sporting an overall record of 27-6.
Usually for Lobo fans...
If Stanford wants to avoid being a casualty in New Mexico's campaign of #unfinishedbusiness, the Cardinal is going to have to cope with an Australian power forward who is so enthusiastic he heads to the weight room after most games.
The Cardinal's opening-round NCAA tournament matchup against the three-time Mountain West tournament champion Friday in St. Louis isn't...
In one of the more intriguing games of the second round of the NCAA Tournament, the Stanford Cardinal and New Mexico Lobos will fight for the right to move on to the Round of 32 – and a probable date with the No. 2 seed Kansas Jayhawks.
Be sure to click here for more on New Mexico and Stanford. Also, check out our printable bracket here.
Date: Friday, March...
This is the third of our four all haiku regional previews. (here is the midwest and here is the west). Today, we tackle the South.
Great on O and D
With no weakness, they hope to
Chomp their opponents
Danes win play-in game
Bonus for all those who like
Those weird looking shorts
Caught worst break of year?
Final four sleeper early
Not sans Dinwiddie...
Top 5 Players
1. Andrew Wiggins (Kansas)
2. Kyle Anderson (UCLA)
3. CJ Fair (Syracuse)
4. Cameron Bairstow (New Mexico)
5. Joel Embiid (Kansas)
3 Stars you haven’t heard much about
1. Treveon Graham(VCU)
2. David Brown (Western Michigan)
3. Desmond Haymon (Stephen F. Austin)
Best scorer : Andrew Wiggins (Kansas)
Best passer: Kyle Anderson (UCLA)
Best shooter: Trevor Cooney (Syracuse...
Three weeks ago, the South Region would have looked like the Region of Death in this year’s NCAA tournament, with Florida, Kansas and Syracuse ranked as three of the top five teams in the country. Now, given Syracuse’s recent struggles and the injury bug that has bitten Joel Embiid and Kansas, the Gators look to be the prohibitive favorites to make the Final Four.
To say that...
It's the last minute of the Mountain West Championship Game between San Diego State and New Mexico. There's a little over a minute left in an exciting game and you happen to have the privilege of calling the game on radio. Just then, in that inopportune moment, a security guard comes over and asks you to move your suitcase.
What do you do? Do you politely ignore...
The Kansas Jayhawks are the No. 2 seed in the South Region and are headed to St. Louis. Here’s the breakdown of the entire South region of teams KU could possibly play, with importance on the teams KU could face in the first weekend first.
Kansas vs. Eastern Kentucky – Friday, March 21st – Approx. 3:10 CST
Last year, Kansas played Western Kentucky in the first round. This year...
New Mexico defeated San Diego State by a final score of 64-58 to win the 2014 Mountain West Tournament.
Cameron Bairstow was named Tournament MVP and was joined on the All-Tournament Team by Alex Kirk, Kendall Williams, Dwayne Polee II and Xavier Thames.
Lobo Coach Craig Neal has his first championship ring as New Mexico's head man. His New Mexico Lobos also have some Mountain West jewerly.
And senior Cameron Bairstow has a MVP trophy.
“It was very special to me,” Neal said of his first title as a head coach. “I’ve told my guys that they’ll always be my favorite team because they were my first team."
Cameron Bairstow scored 17 points to lead No. 20 New Mexico to a 64-58 victory over No. 8 San Diego State in the Mountain West Conference championship game Saturday, giving the Lobos the automatic berth into the NCAA tournament.
Cameron Bairstow had 23 points and eight rebounds as the Lobos held off the Broncos to advance to the Mountain West title game in Las Vegas.
Kendall Williams scored 16 points for second-seeded New Mexico (26-6), which advances to meet top-seeded San Diego State (29-3) in Saturday’s championship contest. Deshawn Delaney added a career-high 14 points and Alex Kirk grabbed 11 rebounds...
Cameron Bairstow had 23 points and eight rebounds to lead No. 20 New Mexico to a 70-67 victory over Boise State in the Mountain West Conference tournament semifinals Friday night.
This is the final installment of our Faces of March series, in which we profile five players currently under the national radar who could become breakout stars of the NCAA tournament. Previous profiles include:
Grant Gibbs, Creighton
Nigel Hayes, Wisconsin
Zach LaVine, UCLA
Ryan Harrow, Georgia State
NCAA tournament games are often about matchups, or a collision of styles between...