By Dylan Bouscher | [email protected] and Mark Medina | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: June 24, 2019 at 4:03 pm | UPDATED: June 25, 2019 at 8:29 am | THE KD FREE AGENCY TRACKER: Go here for one-stop, Durant-rumor-mill shopping | Click here if you’re viewing this video on a mobile device. Golden State Warriors officials introduced Alen Smailagic, Jordan Poole and Eric Paschall, the team’s 2019 draft picks, during a news conference Monday at Rakuten Performance Center in Oakland. Bob Myers, the Warriors president of basketball operations and the team’s general manager, offered words of encouragement for the NBA rookies. “We’ll give you every chance to meet all your goals and expectations. But most of it will be the work you put in,” he said, adding that the team will ensure the right culture and investment in fostering their growth. Eric Paschall Paschall, who will be 23 in November, is 6-foot-7, 250-plus … [Read more...] about Watch: Warriors introduce 2019 NBA Draft picks
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Scott Davis, provided by Published 9:58 am CDT, Wednesday, June 19, 2019 Jim Mone/AP NBA history is littered with draft busts — players who were taken high in the draft and never lived up to the hype. While some players became journeymen and hung around the NBA, others fell out of the league quickly. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. If the NBA draft has taught us anything over the years, it's that the whole thing is a crapshoot. While some players who seemed destined for greatness lived up to the hype — like LeBron James — plenty of other hyped players never quite got their footing in the NBA. From Darko Milicic to Hasheem Thabeet to Kwame Brown, here are the biggest NBA draft busts of all time — and what's become of them. Emmett Knowlton contributed to this report. Darko Milicic was picked No. 2 in 2003 by the Detroit Pistons, over Carmelo Anthony, Chris Bosh, and Dwyane Wade. Paul Sancya/AP Milicic played for six teams in … [Read more...] about WHERE ARE THEY NOW? The biggest NBA Draft busts of all time
Claudia Torres, MySA.com / San Antonio Express-News Updated 10:56 am CDT, Tuesday, June 18, 2019 >>> Click through for a look at some of the prospects the Spurs could target in the 2019 NBA Draft >>> >>> Click through for a look at some of the prospects the Spurs could target in the 2019 NBA Draft >>> Photo: AP/SAEN Photo: AP/SAEN Image 1 of / 9 Caption Close Image 1 of 9 >>> Click through for a look at some of the prospects the Spurs could target in the 2019 NBA Draft >>> >>> Click through for a look at some of the prospects the Spurs could target in the 2019 NBA Draft >>> Photo: AP/SAEN Who could the San Antonio Spurs pick in the 2019 NBA … [Read more...] about Who could the San Antonio Spurs pick in the 2019 NBA draft?
James Hawkins The Detroit News Published 12:26 PM EDT May 13, 2019 John Beilein coach had nine eventual NBA draft picks during his 12 seasons at Michigan. Here’s how they have fared as pros. ►Darius Morris, 2011, No. 41 pick: Morris bounced around the league and had stints with five teams in four seasons primarily as a backup point guard. He has since played with two G-League teams and in the Chinese Basketball Association over the last four years. ►Tim Hardaway Jr., 2013, No. 24 pick: Hardaway has had the most successful career to date of Beilein’s draft picks. During his six-year NBA career, Hardaway has averaged double figures in scoring five times and has played at least 65 games four times. He’s also coming off his best season where he averaged career highs in scoring (20.5 points) and starts (63) for the Knicks and Mavericks. ►Trey Burke, 2013, No. 9 pick: After a promising start to his pro career, Burke saw his numbers decline and was … [Read more...] about How John Beilein’s Michigan draft picks have fared in NBA
Kings former No. 1 draft pick is becoming a landlord. Here’s his $27,000 per month beach home By January 16, 2019 01:03 PM Sacramento Kings 2007 No. 1 draft pick Spencer Hawes wants to lease his home in Manhattan Beach. The NBA center bought the California house two years ago. The home can be leased at $27,000 per month. … [Read more...] about Kings former No. 1 draft pick is becoming a landlord. Here’s his $27,000 per month beach home