Glenn Robinson III
According to Adrian Wojnorowski on the twitters. Congrats to Glenn! He's got a guaranteed roster spot and contract - most 2nd round contracts aren't guaranteed, but Glenn will be in the NBA next year!
1. Jahii Carson - AZ St
2. Glenn Robinson III, Michigan Wolverines
First, let me make it clear how much I like GR3 as a kid. He’s soft-spoken, humble and almost too nice. He was drafted 40th by Minnesota, and there’s certainly a chance he can stick with the Wolves. However, he could have returned to Ann Arbor, been the primary offensive weapon in 2014-15 -- which is exactly what he needed -- and turned himself into a first-rounder with a guaranteed deal.
7. Laquinton Ross (Ohio St)
ESPN's Jeff Goodman released his latest NBA mock draft (INSIDER) this afternoon. His mocks are based on intel he gathers from NBA execs, and reflects the workouts that just wrapped up.
He has Nik going #10 to the 76ers which would be a little interesting since he also has them taking Wiggins at #3. And he has Mitch going to the Heat at #26 which would be a perfect landing spot for him.
He has Harris going at 11 to Denver, Payne going at 18 to Phoenix, and GRIII going someplace in the second round.
Didn't see this posted anywhere, but Jeff Goodman released his new mock draft here ($) http://insider.espn.go.com/nba/draft/mock/?season=2014&version=2&sourceId=3&preview=true
Goodman has Stauskas going to the Suns with their first pick in the first round at 14, then has Phoenix grabbing McGary at 27.
Also has Noah Vonleh at 6, Gary Harris at 10, and Adreian Payne at 21. Has the Pistons grabbing Tyler Ennis at 8 (and my Cavs taking Douggie McBuckets at 9).
Chad Ford released his latest NBA mock draft (Insider) today. He has Stauskas going to the T-Wolves at 13, and no GRIII or McGary in the first round.
And for Pistons fans, he has them taking Noah Vonleh.