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The Latest on Marques Bolden – Possible Announcement Date?

Marques Bolden has still no set a date for an announcement, nor given any indication that he has actually decided where to attend college in the fall.

If you recall, Marcus Lee was officially invited to the NBA Combine which takes place May 11-15. He go through the Combine and will be allowed to work out for teams as well. He has until May 25th to remove his name and return to Kentucky.

For a lot of people, this seems to them to be what is keeping Bolden from deciding and announcing where he wants to go. Duke has, and has had, a scholarship available for him, leading many to believe if he wanted to go to Duke, he would’ve already committed.

If Lee opts to remain in the NBA Draft, that’s one less person to compete against for playing time at Kentucky.

While Bolden does not need to attend any of the summer sessions to play for Duke, the staff does like to get the players in so they can get acclimated to school. It also helps them to begin building bonds with their teammates that will help everyone get up to speed when practice begins in the Fall.

It still looks to be at least a week or two at the earliest until there will be any closure one way or the other. Marcus Lee could go through the combine and be told he will be a second round pick (non-guaranteed contract) or undrafted at all and he decides to return to school. He could also be invited to workouts with individual teams, one of which could tell him they would take him in the first round if he’s available.

For a look at just how up and down a player’s recruitment can be, check out the 247Sports Crystal Ball feature on Marques Bolden:

***UPDATE 5/10***

Bolden’s High School is having an event on Fri. May 20th at 9am in their auditorium called “Battle of the Colleges”

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Join us as we honor all Seniors who have committed to attending a college/university, enlisted in the military, or career/certification program. We want to celebrate you for your all your success and decision to further your education.

Could he possibly announce that day or prior? Stay tuned…

33 comments

  1. Why wait to see what happens to Lee? The only other “big man” we have with experience is Isaac Humphries.  He also has to beat out Tai Wynyard who is a good player but completely unproven.  Plus, Lee is very prone to foul and was in foul trouble in a number of games last year. 

    If Bolden goes to Duke, he does so knowing that he’s going to be a back-up to Jefferson, and he’ll be playing for a team whose offense is very “perimeter-oriented”, thus he won’t be upon to be a key to the Duke offense (i.e. he won’t get a lot of opportunities to show off his offensive skills).

    Plus he can play in front of 24,000 per home game vs. 8,500 and the BBN “takes care of it’s own” for life…..

    Marques:  it’s time to make the decision to join the Big Blue Nation

  2. I am sorry Dave , but if he goes to Duke , he will win a national championship and probably be a potential 1st rounder , like Okafor. If he goes to ” the big blue nation ” he will maybe win the SEC , and be a late pick in the first or early 2nd round. Coach C is a great recruiter , but little else , IMO.
    I think he is waiting on Lee , and he will probably come back to UK. Jefferson may be hampered by his injury , and I don’t see him as better than Marquise. Not that Marquise is fabulous , but they are close to the same at this juncture. Long haul , I’ll go with Marquise.

  3. kem197552 He goes to Duke the bust potential is high and he will back up Jefferson. As for Lee he talked to Jeff Goodman which is a no no at Kentucky, hence he is probably out the door. I predict if Lee leaves he comes to Kentucky, if Lee does not he goes to Duke and doesn’t do well because Duke does not Coach Bigs as well as Kenny Payne does for Kentucky. Cousins,Davis,Towns,Noel,Cauley-Stein, I could go on.

  4. tdc200 kem197552 – actually, when comparing players that have left early, UK has the busts in bulk…  they also have stars as well but the difference is pure talent along with the physical attributes.  Actually, I see this kid as a potential NBA bust regardless of what school he chooses.  And he didn’t even start in any of the HS all american games so it wouldn’t be a big surprise if he came off the bench, or played limited minutes, at either school.

    To kem’s point about Cal being a a better recruiter than a coach,  of the 22 Cal coached NBA players there are only two  (Jones and WCS) that stayed more than one season with Cal that went on to have NBA success–basically, there has been little development or little development needed.  Yes, Davis, Cousins, Towns, Noel, WCS went on to big things but, especially those first three could’ve taken the Simmons route and would have all ended up high draft picks.  Those are all top tier post players whereas Bolden is far behind them.  Think of three year player McRoberts and two four year Plumlee brothers.  None are NBA all stars but none were really expected to be–McRoberts being highly rated coming out of HS does not, necessarily, translate to NBA potential (he was #1 and Hansbrough was #2 I think).  But all three have had lengthy NBA careers after developing parts of their game and making improvements each year.  Bolden is not another Okafor, KAT, Davis or any other star and will need time to have a chance to become an NBA player and Cal doesn’t put guys in the league that need time.

    Personally, I can’t give much credit for OAD success whether it’s C with KAT or K Irving but there is a bit of room for blame when they bust if the program touts itself as a NBA factory.  Building kids up before they ever come to the school and then have an incoming class to have them replaced.  This deters those same kids from staying because, while they know they need to work on their game, the see that the minutes won’t be there the following season for necessary development.

    For all the success stories out of UK there are the Young, Teague, Orton, Harrison twins, D. Johnson, Lamb and soon to come Lee and possibly Skal.  With Bolden not being a star player, he’s most likely going to need more than one year and we all know that Cal, K too, are going after the top 2017 big man so I’m a bit curious about which direction he’ll go in.  Sadly, it looks like he doesn’t want to fight for his minutes and is looking to whether Lee will stay in the draft.

  5. tdc200 kem197552 – actually, when comparing players that have left early, UK has the busts in bulk…  they also have stars as well but the difference is pure talent along with the physical attributes.  Actually, I see this kid as a potential NBA bust regardless of what school he chooses.  And he didn’t even start in any of the HS all american games so it wouldn’t be a big surprise if he came off the bench, or played limited minutes, at either school.

    To kem’s point about Cal being a a better recruiter than a coach,  of the 22 Cal coached NBA players there are only two  (Jones and WCS) that stayed more than one season with Cal that went on to have NBA success–basically, there has been little development or little development needed.  Yes, Davis, Cousins, Towns, Noel, WCS went on to big things but, especially those first three could’ve taken the Simmons route and would have all ended up high draft picks.  Those are all top tier post players whereas Bolden is far behind them.  Think of three year player McRoberts and two four year Plumlee brothers.  None are NBA all stars but none were really expected to be–McRoberts being highly rated coming out of HS does not, necessarily, translate to NBA potential (he was #1 and Hansbrough was #2 I think).  But all three have had lengthy NBA careers after developing parts of their game and making improvements each year.  Bolden is not another Okafor, KAT, Davis or any other star and will need time to have a chance to become an NBA player and Cal doesn’t put guys in the league that need time.

    Personally, I can’t give much credit for OAD success whether it’s C with KAT or K Irving but there is a bit of room for blame when they bust if the program touts itself as a NBA factory.  Building kids up before they ever come to the school and then have an incoming class to have them replaced.  This deters those same kids from staying because, while they know they need to work on their game, the see that the minutes won’t be there the following season for necessary development.

    For all the success stories out of UK there are the Young, Teague, Orton, Harrison twins, D. Johnson, Lamb and soon to come Lee and possibly Skal.  With Bolden not being a star player, he’s most likely going to need more than one year and we all know that Cal, K too, are going after the top 2017 big man so I’m a bit curious about which direction he’ll go in.  Sadly, it looks like he doesn’t want to fight for his minutes and is looking to whether Lee will stay in the draft.

  6. CarolSmithfield

    Dave Campbell

    Seriously Dave… 
    He can play in an aging arena that seats 24,000 in the rafters.  Old Rupp is nothing to brag about.  Another fun Rupp tradition is hanging Final Four participation banners.  Always classy.

  7. Dave Campbell – you’re the only person in any discussion that would think the arena capacity is a difference maker…  it’s not about the crowd size, it’s about the TV exposure when feeding the ego.

    Also, nice cut and paste from your last post about this so I’ll just reiterate what I said then–offensively, he’ll be the 4th or 5th option on either team.  Duke’s best big man will be PF Giles but he likes to operate all over but doesn’t do too much on the block. PF Bam will be UK’s best big and is a true post player.  Even when feeding the post, which Duke does when they have capable bigs, he won’t even be the first post option.  His role on either team will be rebounding, protecting the rim and garbage buckets (put backs and lobs but very few otherwise).  I may give Duke the slight advantage in terms of post touches regardless of minutes and regardless of if he starts or not simply because he’d be the only one that wants to start his offense deep in the paint whereas UK has Bam for that.

    Clearly, he wants to go to UK if Lee doesn’t return which makes me think he’s a bit soft.  Good complementary player for either team but would only be a difference maker for Duke if Jefferson or Giles can’t stay healthy.

  8. MikeCollins4 Dave Campbell I agree with most of what you say here but i don’t know if i’d label him “soft” just because he hasn’t commited yet.  However, I do think that Lee’s decision will swing his because if he wanted Duke he would’ve commited by now.  There really is no other logical reason why he wouldn’t?  The UK fans seem a lot more desperate for this commitment than the Duke fans and I’m sure Marques sees that too.  Another thing I agree with you on is that he will definitely not be a primary option on either team.  If he chooses Duke, that’s great but if he doesn’t then I don’t think it affects anything as far as expectations.

    Dave, the arena capacity argument might be the funniest one i’ve ever seen on this site.  Lol, keep up the good work for BBN!

  9. MikeCollins4 Dave Campbell I agree with most of what you say here but i don’t know if i’d label him “soft” just because he hasn’t commited yet.  However, I do think that Lee’s decision will swing his because if he wanted Duke he would’ve commited by now.  There really is no other logical reason why he wouldn’t?  The UK fans seem a lot more desperate for this commitment than the Duke fans and I’m sure Marques sees that too.  Another thing I agree with you on is that he will definitely not be a primary option on either team.  If he chooses Duke, that’s great but if he doesn’t then I don’t think it affects anything as far as expectations.

    Dave, the arena capacity argument might be the funniest one i’ve ever seen on this site.  Lol, keep up the good work for BBN!

  10. tdc200 kem197552 you have seen Okafor play in the NBA right?  what about Plumee playing with portland.  Do you watch basketball, lol…  and please go on!

  11. patowens2423 MikeCollins4 Dave Campbell – I don’t mean that he’s soft because he hasn’t made up his mind, rather, for what appears to be the reason that he hasn’t done so.  Being that the Lee decision is the only unknown factor, I tend to think that’s what his decision is hinging on.  I could be wrong.  I say “soft” because he has the size and talent to beat out Lee for the spot but doesn’t appear to want that battle.  Or it could just mean that he knows, even if he starts at UK, that Lee would still take considerable minutes from him and he’s already going giving up PT to others in their deep roster.  I also was unimpressed with his effort in the All American games and being a true competitor might not be in his DNA.  I could be wrong on that too being that just two games is not the ideal sample size to judge a player–Ryan Kelly looked soft in the McDonald’s game too–and he was until his So season but needed size and strength.  

    Whatever he does, I wish him well and should probably be less harsh–he is a kid and should be allowed to waiver on a tough decision.

    If he comes to Duke, I hope that Jeter sticks it out.

  12. Kem, I think ur confused. Cuz if Bolden goes to UK he ll prob knock off people for a 1st round pick like Towns did to Okafor. He goes to Duke he ll be coming off the bench, which won’t help his stock. Dave is right, His best chance of having minutes is UK. Even with Lee here. Bolden Fits perfect with UK s game, especially on defense. We all know what coach K does when you don’t fit, ask Thorton. And Cal is a proven coach, beyond recruiting. Cal has had some of the best defensive Teams of all time. Coach Cal showed he was the better X n Os when they played in December this year. Cause Duke was fully stocked and healthy at the time, and probably more talent at that time of the year. Sounds like your argument should be reversed. Cause when it comes to players doing better at any other school, UK n Cal are proven. Even when Duke wins a championship UK still has twice as many 1st rounders who are playing at an elite level in NBA today. It’s ok though, I get it, everyone wants to be UK. So why not argue like you are doing what UK does. IMO, no, facts.

  13. Yea those banners look nice next to the championship banners too. That was a hard diss, your huge crowds and fan base don’t mean nothing, all your final four banners are nothing to brag about, conference championships, most players in the NBA, and the most wins period. Really makes me hang my head low. What a burn. When did having the most of everything become a bad thing. I get low expectations is what Durham strives for, but we like our absurdly tacky amount of banners hanging. Keep hating lil brother.

  14. Yea those banners look nice next to the championship banners too. That was a hard diss, your huge crowds and fan base don’t mean nothing, all your final four banners are nothing to brag about, conference championships, most players in the NBA, and the most wins period. Really makes me hang my head low. What a burn. When did having the most of everything become a bad thing. I get low expectations is what Durham strives for, but we like our absurdly tacky amount of banners hanging. Keep hating lil brother.

  15. kingofthehills  Did you really just say that Cal was the better X’s and O’s coach because UK won in December?  If you believe in that rationale then I guess you would consider Tom Crean a better coach than Cal because they beat UK in the tourney?  I won’t argue with you on UK’s success in producing pros but to completely disprove Duke and their pro development is a tired argument that has been disproven over time.  You can tout your NBA elite player development and we’ll just keep cutting down the nets.  BBN should worry less about K and more about another coach in the state of Kentucky that has 1 more title than him.

  16. kingofthehills – well, Randle decided on UK over Duke and he got bumped out while Parker took 2nd overall.  And Young went earlier than Hood did that year yet only averaged 1 pt per game to the Hood’s 15 this season…  each draft is different and, while they both recruit the same kids, some are simply better than others and have little to do with the coaches that only have them for a year.

    His best shot as improving his draft stock is gained in how far his team advances in the tourney…  he’ll get minutes at either school and would be the only true center on Duke and would take a backseat to Bam for post touches at UK.  He’ll probably get in the high teens or low twenties for minutes at either school.

    They both have about the same amount of pros but the production of UK players is much greater as individuals…  but here’s the thing, Cal doesn’t have players for multiple years that make it big, just the OAD’s minus Jones and WCS.  Duke has several players that are in the NBA that were in school for multiple years…  and Bolden has a long was to go before he can be considered a realistic OAD.  

    Duke was fully healthy but had zero team chemistry early on and didn’t find that until February.  UK was much better than Duke in that game and looked to be about the same by season’s end…  in fact, I would say that was pretty much UK’s best moment of the year and showed little to no growth.  Disagree?  A two point win over UL or a moral victory taking KU to OT?  Stoney Brook?.  Duke looked awful against a few teams early on and lost three straight (all unranked teams) in conference before turning things around winning three straight against ranked teams.  Tell me, did Indiana look as bad in March as they did in December when Duke routed them?

    I love how you tout the first round picks over the championship  I get it, this is about Bolden but what a crazy way to prop up one college program over another and follow that up with a tired jealousy chant!  That was a great defensive team though…  too bad the Badgers showed up.

  17. MikeCollins4 tdc200 kem197552 LOL! Plumlees were McDonald’s All-Americans as was McRoberts who’s stock fell big time while at Duke. KAT had no low post game when he came to UK neither did Cousins. Oh and Duke bust list is long and distinguished, Avery,Williams(Shelden),Langdon,Maggette, Parks to name a few. UK has been more successful with NBA players than Duke and it’s not even close. Bolden comes to UK he will become a monster NBA player, he goes to Duke it’s been proven he might be solid if not just plain average.

  18. EddieGarrigan tdc200 kem197552 You named two, you might check the names I posted, UK is better at producing NBA players than Duke, it’s common knowledge.

  19. patowens2423 MikeCollins4 Dave Campbell Desperate? LOL!!!!! UK fans believe we don’t need Bolden that we are fine with what we have. Bolden is a great addition but if he goes to Duke we will be fine.

  20. kingofthehills – yeah, I think you missed the joke.  Under Cal, UK has been to the Final Four four times (a great feat since he arrived in 2009) but has only one championship to show for…  even you have to admit the disappointment amidst the accomplishments.  Coach K, on the other hand has been to the promise land twice and brought home the whole thing both times in that span.  Oh, and speaking of  two for two, Cal has been in two Final Fours prior to his time in Lexington in 1996 and 2008 and both were vacated…  hope that isn’t a sign of things to come.

  21. kingofthehills – yeah, I think you missed the joke.  Under Cal, UK has been to the Final Four four times (a great feat since he arrived in 2009) but has only one championship to show for…  even you have to admit the disappointment amidst the accomplishments.  Coach K, on the other hand has been to the promise land twice and brought home the whole thing both times in that span.  Oh, and speaking of  two for two, Cal has been in two Final Fours prior to his time in Lexington in 1996 and 2008 and both were vacated…  hope that isn’t a sign of things to come.

  22. tdc200 patowens2423 MikeCollins4 Dave Campbell – I don’t get the desperation claim… I don’t think he starts at Duke–he may but Jefferson will get starter minutes.  Neither school needs him unless there in as injury.

  23. tdc200 EddieGarrigan kem197552 – the point about the Plumlees (Miles was ranked 40th by scout and Mason was 18th–not the top guys) was about how they developed from decent players to have NBA careers as opposed to Davis, Cousins and KAT that would have been NBA picks right out of HS and Bolden is closer to those Duke two Duke players than he is coming out of the same mold as those UK players.  Comprehension is important part of the test.  Bolden is a multiple year player.  

    As for the bust theory, Avery is the only one that fits that bill.  He left early and became nothing.  Langdon, Parks and Williams were surely NBA busts but they were four year players–they were never NBA talent level guys and both were hampered by physical abilities (except Parks, but he did have an 8 year career) despite being very good college players (which they were recruited to be).  The busts for Cal were all guys leaving early for the league (which they were recruited to do) and then going down in flames.  Maggette?  Are you kidding me?  A 20+ pt scorer during the prime of his career and played from 1990-2013.

    KAT didn’t have a post game?  Did you see him play the national team when he was playing for the Dominican team?  He was NBA ready when he was 16.

  24. tdc200 EddieGarrigan kem197552 – the point about the Plumlees (Miles was ranked 40th by scout and Mason was 18th–not the top guys) was about how they developed from decent players to have NBA careers as opposed to Davis, Cousins and KAT that would have been NBA picks right out of HS and Bolden is closer to those Duke two Duke players than he is coming out of the same mold as those UK players.  Comprehension is important part of the test.  Bolden is a multiple year player.  

    As for the bust theory, Avery is the only one that fits that bill.  He left early and became nothing.  Langdon, Parks and Williams were surely NBA busts but they were four year players–they were never NBA talent level guys and both were hampered by physical abilities (except Parks, but he did have an 8 year career) despite being very good college players (which they were recruited to be).  The busts for Cal were all guys leaving early for the league (which they were recruited to do) and then going down in flames.  Maggette?  Are you kidding me?  A 20+ pt scorer during the prime of his career and played from 1990-2013.

    KAT didn’t have a post game?  Did you see him play the national team when he was playing for the Dominican team?  He was NBA ready when he was 16.

  25. MikeCollins4 tdc200 EddieGarrigan kem197552 LOL!! Never NBA talent level? The GM’s that drafted them thought so. No excuses they were busts. I saw KAT from his sophomore year on, no low post game until he came to UK. I also think his Dad would know more than you would.

  26. tdc200 MikeCollins4 EddieGarrigan kem197552 –   According the Scout the Harrison twins, Teague and Johnson were all #1’s at their positions as and Young was 11th overall.  Those are kids that are really expected to do a lot but did very little and all of those players had great size and athleticism for their position (minus SG Harrison who was ave for an NBA SG).  The problem is that they left too soon…  whereas, that was not the case for hardly any Duke players…  the ones that didn’t have what it takes for the NBA stayed their entire careers and still weren’t good enough despite what the GM’s thought–just the reality of making it in the pros.  But the culture of UK under Cal has built these kids up too much where they leave too early too often.  It would be very surprising to me if Teague didn’t stay for another year or two that he could’ve developed into a sustainable NBA player but why stay when you can’t develop because you’re worried about the next #1 taking your minutes anyways?

    And how many kids go to UK for more than one year that make it in the NBA?  2 out of 22.  Which means they either have it or they don’t.

    And you and his Dad are crazy if you didn’t think KAT wouldn’t have been drafted right out of HS or that he couldn’t have developed similarly at another school…  and the NBA, typically drafts on potential and he had that by the boat load and would’ve been drafted with or without a polished post game…  he’s just a crazy talented kid that is destined for many many all star appearances.

    I’m really only curious about one thing…  what makes you think that Maggette was a bust?

  27. tdc200 MikeCollins4 EddieGarrigan kem197552 –   According the Scout the Harrison twins, Teague and Johnson were all #1’s at their positions as and Young was 11th overall.  Those are kids that are really expected to do a lot but did very little and all of those players had great size and athleticism for their position (minus SG Harrison who was ave for an NBA SG).  The problem is that they left too soon…  whereas, that was not the case for hardly any Duke players…  the ones that didn’t have what it takes for the NBA stayed their entire careers and still weren’t good enough despite what the GM’s thought–just the reality of making it in the pros.  But the culture of UK under Cal has built these kids up too much where they leave too early too often.  It would be very surprising to me if Teague didn’t stay for another year or two that he could’ve developed into a sustainable NBA player but why stay when you can’t develop because you’re worried about the next #1 taking your minutes anyways?

    And how many kids go to UK for more than one year that make it in the NBA?  2 out of 22.  Which means they either have it or they don’t.

    And you and his Dad are crazy if you didn’t think KAT wouldn’t have been drafted right out of HS or that he couldn’t have developed similarly at another school…  and the NBA, typically drafts on potential and he had that by the boat load and would’ve been drafted with or without a polished post game…  he’s just a crazy talented kid that is destined for many many all star appearances.

    I’m really only curious about one thing…  what makes you think that Maggette was a bust?

  28. MikeCollins4 tdc200 EddieGarrigan kem197552 Calling his Dad crazy? HA HA HA!!!!! Typical Duke fan it’s funny you name Teague and the Harrison twins but neglect the other 21 former UK players in the NBA. Duke has a Top 10 bust list which means there are more lol. Your Duke players stayed too long at Duke and were ruined by Coach K. They get to the NBA and find out they don’t get calls on their flopping, fouling without getting it called, get exposed on defense amongst other things. Oh and ESPN had Towns rated 9th overall hence those scouting services are an inexact science. Duke players are overhyped and never live up to the hype.

  29. MikeCollins4 tdc200 EddieGarrigan kem197552 Calling his Dad crazy? HA HA HA!!!!! Typical Duke fan it’s funny you name Teague and the Harrison twins but neglect the other 21 former UK players in the NBA. Duke has a Top 10 bust list which means there are more lol. Your Duke players stayed too long at Duke and were ruined by Coach K. They get to the NBA and find out they don’t get calls on their flopping, fouling without getting it called, get exposed on defense amongst other things. Oh and ESPN had Towns rated 9th overall hence those scouting services are an inexact science. Duke players are overhyped and never live up to the hype.

  30. MikeCollins4 tdc200 EddieGarrigan kem197552 Oh and 0 All-Star appearances for Maggette and yes i saw him play in high school. He could have done more.

  31. tdc200 MikeCollins4 EddieGarrigan kem197552 – I didn’t neglect them, in fact, I mentioned them (by number not name)…  I guess you’re just skimming these since it was in the last comment.  And of those 21, how many stayed for more than one year under Cal?  If you want to make the argument that staying decreases your chances, there it is.  Like I said, they either have it or they don’t.

    Apples to oranges brother.  To think that an OAD bust is in the same category as a player that stayed all four yearsbecause the guys that leave early are EXPECTED to make it–that’s why the left!  Those are the guys that should have stayed and become better prepared and develop parts of their game and wasted their potential. 

    Oh, and I love the new standard–All Star or bust for Maggette!  Who cares how many seasons he scored over 20 per game for the 13th pick? You make me smile.

    I do agree, that not all rankings are accurate.  Further, the ranking does not, necessary correlate to the NBA which is why I pointed out the McRoberts/Hansborough year…  but that’s a lot of #1’s Cal has ready to play in China and at his rate (far far greater bust rate than any other coach) there will be more to come very soon.

  32. tdc200 MikeCollins4 EddieGarrigan kem197552 – I didn’t neglect them, in fact, I mentioned them (by number not name)…  I guess you’re just skimming these since it was in the last comment.  And of those 21, how many stayed for more than one year under Cal?  If you want to make the argument that staying decreases your chances, there it is.  Like I said, they either have it or they don’t.

    Apples to oranges brother.  To think that an OAD bust is in the same category as a player that stayed all four yearsbecause the guys that leave early are EXPECTED to make it–that’s why the left!  Those are the guys that should have stayed and become better prepared and develop parts of their game and wasted their potential. 

    Oh, and I love the new standard–All Star or bust for Maggette!  Who cares how many seasons he scored over 20 per game for the 13th pick? You make me smile.

    I do agree, that not all rankings are accurate.  Further, the ranking does not, necessary correlate to the NBA which is why I pointed out the McRoberts/Hansborough year…  but that’s a lot of #1’s Cal has ready to play in China and at his rate (far far greater bust rate than any other coach) there will be more to come very soon.

  33. MikeCollins4 tdc200 EddieGarrigan kem197552 20 per game for a last place team and once again all you are giving is excuses, Duke produces a lot of busts, more than any other school just admit it.