2021 NBA Draft

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Sixers writer has Ayo going at 28. With all the Ben Simmons turmoil, maybe not the worst place. And Ayo has plenty of experience tossing it down low to a big man that can get his own.
 
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EJ Liddell announces he is out of the NBA draft and will return to Ohio State....
 
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So EJ is returning and Ayo making money...awesome !!!! Who would have thought undersized 4's are less pro ready than combo guards with length. I...L...L...
 
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BU:1 Trash cans:0
Chicago
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Ohio Bobcat Jason Preston staying in the draft and hiring an agent after a strong combine performance: https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id...ason-preston-remain-2021-nba-draft-sign-agent

If he gets drafted, a tip of the hat to everyone who recognized a future NBA player when Ohio took us to the wire last season on the strength of Preston's performance against us.
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Ohio Bobcat Jason Preston staying in the draft and hiring an agent after a strong combine performance: https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id...ason-preston-remain-2021-nba-draft-sign-agent

If he gets drafted, a tip of the hat to everyone who recognized a future NBA player when Ohio took us to the wire last season on the strength of Preston's performance against us.
Prestons got the perfect old man’s game. That push shot of his was so frustratingly accurate
 
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Rockford, IL
#23      
Pittsburgh, PA
I apologize fellas, it's Matt Norlander's new mock.

"...based upon my projection of their NBA careers. This isn't a prediction on how good they will be as rookies, or as second- or third-year players. What I'm doing here is taking a long look over the horizon and, best as one man can, attempting to echelon out each player's career-long prospects of making it in the NBA"
 
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Rockford, IL
I can see Jordan being interested in Ayo. No player in recent memory that has both the size and quickness to the basket.
 
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Rockford, IL
"...based upon my projection of their NBA careers. This isn't a prediction on how good they will be as rookies, or as second- or third-year players. What I'm doing here is taking a long look over the horizon and, best as one man can, attempting to echelon out each player's career-long prospects of making it in the NBA"
Oops.
 
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