United Kingdom or NBA? Diallo wants to make informed decision, not basketball history

United Kingdom or NBA? Diallo wants to make informed decision, not basketball history

Decorated University of Kansas guard Frank Mason III was inexplicably asked how he would want to die during an interview at the NBA Draft Combine.

"Our own Bryan Fonseca tweeted earlier Thursday that at least 14 teams had made inquiries about Diallo and that, at least initially, the 6'5" shooting guard wasn't interested in talking to teams with picks lower than No. 20. While it's no secret just how much the National Basketball Association values youth, he said fear of age discrimination will not be a factor in his decision. Players like Jackson, who some see as a late lottery pick or mid-first rounder, might be looking to rise to the top 10. General managers and scouts have many questions about Diallo, who enrolled at Kentucky midyear after graduating from a prep school in CT. Even with the uncertainty around his offensive game, he has the ability to be an NBA-level defender without the need for much more polish.

"I like him personally", Fraschilla said. "It is hard to say".

He said he tried to keep his game sharp through practices at Kentucky.

Diallo has yet to hire an agent and says he is uncertain as to whether he will stay in the Draft.

"Ben likes to pass that thing and he likes to shoot that thing", Keith Williams said.

"If the door is open, it's (a decision) for me and my family", Diallo said. "The next step for him is continuing to develop so he can maximize his exceptional potential", head coach Mike Krzyzewski said in a press release.

"But the fact is that some of these guys are coming in with histories and will have to be good citizens as well as good players there". He gets mentioned as one of the best athletes in the draft due to his speed, but the point guard's measurables were not on the freakish scale. Wagner and Wilson could return to MI, while Walton has exhausted his eligibility.

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Anunoby only averaged 11.1 points during his shortened sophomore year at IN, but he has the athleticism to run the floor for easy baskets, and since he still hasn't turned 20, he has plenty of time to develop his offensive game. The 7-foot Patton averaged 12.9 points per game last season, playing for Doug McDermott's dad Greg McDermott at Creighton.

"We both are in a great position", Wagner said.

Now one thing that people who have never paid much attention to the lottery may not know, (Mavs fans, Spurs fans, etc.), is that the first three picks are the only ones actually put through the lottery.

The order of selection for the teams that do not win one of the top three picks will be determined by inverse order of their regular-season record.

Now, in terms of what we currently know: I am hearing fewer people suggesting that Markelle Fultz and Lonzo Ball slip out of the first two spots, with Fultz considering among most as the consensus top player. "His shoes shouldn't be $495". "Just being more vocal with the guys, just always communicating with them and also leading by example".

"I knew nobody in that draft could guard me one-on-one", Durant said. Hoiberg was Morris' coach his first two seasons with the Cyclones.

Fultz is considered by many to be the top overall prospect in the draft while Fox is hovering around the top-five as well. Rabb was projected as a likely lottery pick last season, but chose to return to Cal for his sophomore year. He also exhibited more of his signature self-awareness in assessing his physical strengths and weakness as it stands today.