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OU's Longar Longar to Play With T'Wolves

July 8th, 2008
Minnesota Timberwolves: NBA Draft

NORMAN, Okla. - The Minnesota Timberwolves announced Monday that former University of Oklahoma basketball player Longar Longar has been named to the organization's 10-man 2008 NBA Summer League roster.

Draft: Top 10 Picks

June 26th, 2008
Chicago Bulls: NBA Draft

An hour and a half into the 2008 NBA Draft, and ten guys have been picked. Nothing too extraordinary so far, though Charlotte's selection of DJ Augustin is a head-scrather.. replacing Ray Felton with another smallish point guard makes little sense.  The Sonics/Clippers trade fell apart, and the Sonics took Russell Westbrook with the fourth pick. I've been down on him for weeks, a product of a good NCAA Tournament run in my opinion..

 

Minnesota Timberwolves: NBA Draft Team Needs

June 15th, 2008
Minnesota Timberwolves: NBA Draft

2007-08 Record: 22-60; 4th Northwest

Draft Picks: 3, 31, 34

 

Key Free Agents

F Ryan Gomes (restricted)

G Sebastian Telfair (restricted)

F Chris Richard (restricted)

F/C Craig Smith (restricted)

G/F Kirk Snyder (restricted)

 

How they got here and what they need

Poll: Will Kevin Garnett Get Traded?

June 28th, 2007
Minnesota Timberwolves: NBA Draft

Unsubstantiated Speculation: Wednesday's NBA Draft Rumors

June 6th, 2007
Memphis Grizzlies: NBA DraftIt was tough to compile today’s draft links, what with the Billy Donovan situation and all. Like many, I have been up until all hours of the night, wondering what will happen, where Donovan will land, what the lawyers will say. Answers were hard to come by, given the confusing nature of the situation. My mind was clouded, my emotions mixed. I didn’t know what to believe. But I’ve recovered, thanks to the NBA Draft and its integrity, straightforwardness and comforting reliability. In a stormy sea of

2006 NBA Draft Statistical Projection Recap

June 1st, 2007
Minnesota Timberwolves: NBA Draft

Every season, I project the future statistics of top NBA prospects. Before I get to this season's first projections for the 2007 prospects, I wanted to take a look back at 2006. Overall, I projected very meek stats for last year's class, and my lack of confidence turned out to be right. There just wasn't too much excitement. Luckily on the most part, my projections were pretty solid.

Last year's stats.
http://www.collegehoopsnet.com/Draft/2006stats.htm

PLAYER - PPG - RPG - APG - vs - Actual Stats
LaMarcus Aldridge - 11,5,2 vs 9,5,0
Maurice Ager - 4,2,1 vs 2,1,0