Jordan Adams enters NBA draft
Changed his mind.. He prolly has a promise.. good decision tho, I believe he is ready
Wow! I'm thinking Dion Waiters type of promise now to where he goes in the mid-range of the draft.
I've been searching and haven't seen 1 at all since he posted this.
And the Cleveland Cavaliers select . . .
In all seriousness, I know Adams looks good to the analytical types. He is one of those guys who doesn't look great on first glance, but he is really productive and knows how to play. He could surprise some people in the league. He just needs to improve his physique and become a more consistent shooter. I could see him going to Memphis.
Edit: I can't find the source either, so don't know if this is real.
guys, just check twitter , word is he did declare.
i think the exits of Anderson and lavine affected this change of mind. he realised his boys left and he;s going to be alone. not to mention with the twins, Harrel, and WCS returning to school, theres more room at the bottom of the 1st round.
I think Aaron Harrison returning as well changed his mind.. There is lack of Depth at the SG
Sucks big time for ucla. Wow, he's probably a late first rounder but damn he could have comeback land made a real run at a lotto spot. The bruins lose 5 of their 8 man rotation from this past season. Adams, Levine and Anderson go pro early and the wear twins graduate. That means Norman Powell is the only returning starter and pg Brice Alford and center tony Parker return.
I feel you! I'm a Michigan grad and we are losing McGary, Robinson, and Stauskas. Should be an interesting season. Looking forward to seeing Looney play.
Michigan has a lot of returning talent though. Caris LeVert was 2nd team All Big 10, one of the most improved players in the country and has an NBA future. Derrick Walton, Zac Irvin, Spike Albrecht all look promising and are going to have expanded roles. Jon Horford will have some experience down low. There is a reason Michigan is still expected to be a top 25 team next year despite major losses.
Watch out for SG Issac Hamilton.. Jordan's little brother .. #UCLA
Can't wait! I kind of wish he stuck with his UTEP commitment because I love when high profile guys go the lower level route to make the most out of a different situation.
Wow didn't know Issac Hamilton was Jordan Hamilton's little brother. That's a nice basketball family with the younger Daniel Hamilton being a top 30 senior about to go to UConn.
And the draft just keeps getting stronger. If you don't have picks in this years draft you sure are missing out.
A degree gets you debt at a university or 30 to 40 thousand dollar job. He on scholarship but why risk injury. Get that bread.
Being a junior in college, I can safely say if 2 of my close friends are both declaring for the NBA Draft, and I averaged more points than both of them, and was consistently the second best of the three (potential aside). It would be pretty hard for me to come back from the tourney and just get back to the class every day grind while your boys are off preparing for their career. Real question should be why he declared to come back so soon, not why he chose to enter the draft.
Jordan Adams is a good basketball player and he is a good scorer.In the NBA his game will translate and if Phoenix can get him late in round one that would be a major feather in their cap.Great upcoming draft.