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    remember kellen lee?

    just looking nba draft prospects and noticed his name on it. i remember they listed him at 7 foot 200 or something like that. i seriously doubt he will be drafted but man we had alot of players not come to the program that were supposed to. i know thats a good thing with most of them though. here is the link NBA.com NBA Announces Early Entries for 2007 NBA Draft



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    Re: remember kellen lee?

    That list is a joke. 95% of those guys have no chance of playing pro basketball.



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    Re: remember kellen lee?

    .....Spencer Tollackson? Aaron Bruce? Give me a break, I though people who were talented enough declared early



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    Re: remember kellen lee?

    I see Roy Bright on the list too.



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    Re: remember kellen lee?

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Lastuvka View Post
    .....Spencer Tollackson? Aaron Bruce? Give me a break, I though people who were talented enough declared early
    If you declare early, the NBA will give you a free assessment of your skills, strengths, weaknesses, and likely draft position. So it's a chance to hear from the league on what you need to improve to get a better draft position.

    Plus, there seems to be this notion of brand recognition associated with declaring early. As in, if you declare, it improves your stock a year or two down the road, because people have heard your name before in association with the draft. Personally, i think that's hogwash, and it doesn't improve your chances at all, but that's the conventional wisdom.



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    Re: remember kellen lee?

    They have a better shot at playing oitcher in major league baseball than to go NBA.


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