Examining the personality profiles of five specific NBA players who could be on the verge of a breakout season to evaluate the situations they are in and what traits they possess that may expedite or hinder their growth.
Vanderbilt big man Damian Jones sits down with Jonathan Givony to discuss his background, the type of player he is, how he sees himself fitting onto an NBA roster, the improvements he'll have to make, and much more.
Cleanthony Early was one of the top per-minute scorers in college basketball this season, playing for a team that went undefeated until they ran into a Kentucky squad that eventually lost in the NCAA Tournament Championship game. Now that Early's college career is over, we can take a step back and conduct an inventory of everything he displayed this season as an NBA prospect, as well as the things he still has to improve on.
C.J. Wilcox's college basketball career ended this week with a loss in the Pac-12 Tournament, which means a new page in his career is about to start. Standing 6-5 in shoes, with a solid 6-8 wingspan and solid athleticism, Wilcox looks the part of a NBA shooting guard prospect, and has the skill-set to fit in as a role player on most teams. He's a highly efficient offensive player, sporting a very good 60% true shooting percentage and a 1.5/1 assist to turnover ratio.
The name on the back of the jersey means just as much as the name on the front here at DraftExpress, so if you're watching the tournament with an eye on scouting players who will eventually play in the NBA, you've come to the right place.
One of the most prolific shooter/scorers in college basketball, C.J. Wilcox has continued to put points on the board efficiently for Washington, despite shouldering a heavier offensive load. How will his game translate to the NBA setting?
Terrence Jones surprisingly decided not to enter the 2011 draft, despite being projected as a likely top-10 pick, and was rewarded with a national championship. What did his sophomore season do for his draft stock?
A recap of the most intriguing college prospects seen at day one of the national prep showcase in Lowell, Massachusetts, including players such as Devin Ebanks, Terrence Jennings, Roscoe Davis, Chris Braswell and others.