Monday, June 28, 2010

Monday Morning Dump

- Sure, the NBA Draft just happened, but that doesn't mean we can't start talking about the 2011 draft.

- NY Mag on recruiting guru Tom Konchalski.

- Read our NBA Draft Diary. Go.

- How the Tom Izzo saga exemplifies the changing media world.

- More chatter on how the 68 team tournament is going to be run.

- Bobby Gonzalez lost his job, but he's still out of his mind. Oh, and he also had his credential request denied at the NBA Draft.

- Some transfer news -- Jeffery Jordan is headed to UCF, and Roburt Sallie is going to Louisville.

- Actually, Mike, it is.

- Should Kentucky just split up academics and sports all together?

- Gary Parrish thinks the 2011 draft is about as promising as Italy's chance to become repeat WC-winners (Oh wait, too soon?)

- The top 50 draftees for 2011 (Wait just a minute. Gary Parrish said next year's class is going to suck. How can you possibly find the 50 best NBA prospects 364 days away?)

- Andy Katz takes a look at the top prospects for next year's draft (Wait just a minute. Are you telling me Andy Katz and Gary Parrish don't correspond?)

- Sure why not, another top prospects list for 2011 (you call it blog-worthy, I call it summer-fill)

- John Fienstein is alot like me: loves that the Wizard got John Wall, doesn't like Mrs. Maryland Atheltic Director Lady

- The Big Lead provides their list of winners and losers from the NBA Draft

- Rush The Court also put out a "Winners and losers" list

- Early entrant Samardo Samuels was not chosen on Thursday night. but former-Cardinal Derrick Caracter was

- Was DaMarcus Cousins, the 5th overall pick, the "draft steal of the night"?

- NCAA Committee will debate new tournament format next week

- Ex-Dukie Jon Scheyer will be playing for the Wizards summer team

- Yeah, we know, we know. Kentucky made hsitory on Draft night.(P.S. Nobody cares anymore)

- An early preview of the 2010-2011 Marquette Warriors Golden Eagles

- Memphis transfer Roburt Sallie is heading to Louisville

- Utah State is ready to raise the bar next year

Here is the reaction by Greivis Vasquez when he found out he was a first round pick in the draft.

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