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is there anyway he could be drafted

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is there anyway he could be drafted

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who is he, and what do we

who is he, and what do we know about him?

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Good size, very productive,

Good size, very productive, and a very solid free throw shooter for a big man. I know absolutely nothing about him except for his stats, but if Art Parahouski is #36(I personally think this is a little high for him) on the draft board, I don't see why he wouldn't be in consideration as a potential 2nd rounder in this draft.

25 pts 19 rbs in a 2 point loss to Vanderbuilt
22 pts 17 rbs in a win against Utah State
22 and 8 in a win against Oregon
31 pts 12 rbs in a loss to Gonzaga
28 and 7 against Portland

All of those are solid to good teams, and he has been very productive in those outings for a very solid mid major team. Granted I've seen Parahouski and not Sahman, but if Parahouski's stock is so high without NBA speed or athleticism, I don't know why Omar Sahman isn't on the board

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