In a draft class lauded for its guards, three exceptionally talented, and wildly different, forward prospects sit in the top six of our mock draft, each taking a very different path to the top, and demonstrating wildly contrasting strengths and weaknesses. So who is the best prospect among the three?
Freshmen combo forwards Miles Bridges and Josh Jackson went head to head on Sunday, in what was arguably the best matchup of the weekend for NBA scouts to evaluate from a positional standpoint. Both players had strong showings.
Kansas freshman wing Josh Jackson has impressed with his playmaking ability through 10 games. Mike Schmitz analyzes the many different ways Jackson has been able to find teammates with his extraordinary court vision, with an emphasis on what we can learn about him from an NBA perspective.
Twenty-three of the top high school players and a group of 10 college counselors (made up of current collegiate players and incoming freshmen) competed and learned the game from well-respected coaches and two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry at his annual Select Camp in Walnut Creek, CA.
Tyler Ulis sits down with Jonathan Givony to discuss what he's working on in anticipation of his private workouts, his daily schedule, the type of player he is, how he sees himself fitting onto an NBA roster, and much more.
DraftExpress sat down with Croatian forward Dragan Bender to discuss a variety of topics, including the comparisons to Kristaps Porzingis, the season he's having, the improvement he's making, his thoughts on the NBA and more.
After taking a look at 165 of the top prospects in college basketball, we turn our attention to the international spectrum. Our #1 prospect in international basketball is Croatian forward Dragan Bender, who plays for Maccabi Tel Aviv in Israel.
We joined T.J. Warren as he works out in preparation for the 2014 NBA Draft, and discussed a number of topics with him, including what he's trying to improve on in the short-term and what he feels he can bring to a NBA team.
T.J. Warren is the #2 scorer in college basketball, posting over 28 points per-40 minutes, with a strong 59% true shooting percentage. Barring a miracle (four wins in four days at the ACC Tournament), Warren will likely miss the NCAA Tournament, but has nonetheless strung together an extremely impressive season, and is coming off back to back 40-point outings.
Alex Len is one of the most intriguing prospects in this draft class, featuring a rare combination of size, length, mobility and skill. What are his strengths and weaknesses and where can we expect him to get picked on draft night?
DraftExpress was once again in attendance at the National Prep Showcase in New Haven, Connecticut where some of the nation's top prep schools were in action. We take a closer look at some of the elite 2012 prospects, including Mitch McGary, Ricky Ledo, T.J. Warren, Hanner Perea and Jakarr Sampson.
John Wall is the top point guard in this class, and the depth behind him leaves a lot to be desired. Weve compiled a huge amount of situational data to thoroughly investigate this years crop of point guards from top to bottom. We also revisit what we learned from our investigation last season.
Continuing our series of articles filling out our database with scouting reports of every single NBA player, we look at the last two teams in the Southwestern division, the New Orleans Hornets and San Antonio Spurs.