As some of you will remember, Ryan Harrow (UK PG) was pre-season being mocked around 15'ish. I've been pretty consistent that he is just too frail/weak to play a meaningful role in the NBA (backup, maybe). I still believe that.
I only wanted to give him some props as having been playing only behind Noel as UK's best player. He missed early season games with an illness .. but has returned playing better than I expected he would.
Last 6 games;
23pts, 4rbs, 4asts, 3stls
17pts, 5rbs, 3asts, 2stls
15pts, 2rbs, 8asts, 4stls
16pts, 4rbs, 4asts, 1stl
14pts, 3rbs, 2asts, 4stls
12pts, 3rbs, 4asts, 1stl
He has a 4:1 a/to ratio.
I've had a ton of ideas. One would be similar to Euro (kind of) where if a player wants to enter the draft, they can, and if they go in the lottery, they can come out. If they're not taken, they go back to college and the NBA team has the rights to the player at where they drafted them. Would make them think a little.. but not completely lock a stud from going early. I still think it should be one-and-done .. rather than straight from HS.
A nice sequence by Smart:
Has anyone heard of a guy named Tony Mitchell? He plays for North Texas. I heard last year that he was good. Does anyone know who I am talking about?
Cy is a Baker, he doesn't work fast food. Don't make that mistake, he doesn't like it.
Smart in high school:
I'm liking this guy more and more.