Damian Lillard

Montana loses Will Cherry for 3 months, Marko Kovacevic for the year?

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A couple of weeks back, I took a look at how strong some of the programs from outside the BCS conferences are this year, and the list was, frankly, quite long. How many teams did I have on the list? Well, enough that I completely blanked on mentioning Montana. Last season, the Grizzlies rode the [more]

New Orleans, Kentucky headline draft night winners

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On draft night there are winners and there are losers. While no championship title is given away based on who a team picks, the draft goes a long way towards determining whether or not a ring is possible. Below are some franchises, college programs and draftees who did well for themselves on Thursday night. Three [more]

The Morning Mix

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– Wanna know what the scouts have to say about every single draft prospect? Seth Davis’ Hoop Thoughts has all the quotes. Some good interesting stuff about William Buford, Tu Holloway and Tyler Zeller – There is not a single draft prospect who has improved his PR appearance since the end of the season as [more]

Hard work (and discipline) about to pay off for Weber State’s Damian Lillard

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With the NBA Draft just days away some players will have the dream of hearing their name called by NBA commissioner David Stern. One such player is Weber State guard Damian Lillard, who is regarded by many as the top point guard prospect in this season’s draft. Lillard devoted his three seasons in Ogden to [more]

Athletic testing results from 2012 NBA Draft Combine released

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Athletic testing isn’t the be-all and end-all when it comes to draft position, but some players put up impressive numbers at the 2012 NBA Draft Combine, while others slipped behind. Among the most outstanding numbers were Harrison Barnes 38-inch standing vertical, Scott Machado’s 17 bench press reps, Quincy Acy’s combine-best 10.48 lane agility test, and [more]

NBA draft breakdown: The top 10 point guards

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All this week at CBT, we’ll be spotlighting the top players at each position for the 2012 NBA draft. To start? The point guards. 1. Damian Lillard, Jr, Weber State: Lillard is the best point guard prospect in a weak year for point guards. While he has good size, terrific athleticism and the ability to [more]