With the NBA Draft finally over, and underclassmen stars like Greg Oden and Kevin Durant now working on customizing their brand-new Bentleys, it’s time to look at how their former teams will fare next year in their absence. Here’s an outlook of several teams with some big holes to fill.
Underclassmen lost: Corey Brewer, Taurean Green, Al Horford, Joakim Noah
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How much did Mike Conley’s NCAA Tournament performance increase his draft stock?
More than you think.
Any serious discussions concerning the 2007 NBA draft must begin with talk of the fabulous freshman class entered in it. In all, eight NCAA freshmen have thrown their hats into the ring for this year's draft, which is not an overwhelming number. However, the talent level of some of these frosh is what sets this year's draft class apart.
NBA Draft: Mike Conley Jr.
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