Another week, another mock draft, and there has been plenty of movement amongst the guys’ selections (hoopsworld.com)
After a rousing week of more player profiles and Draft related conversations, Nate and Connor decided to take another stab at a mock draft. Once again, the mock only covers the first round, yet there have been many changes from the week before, including one of the guys’ first overall selections: Continue reading →
Where will Shane Larkin, Alex Len, Trey Burke, Nerlens Noel, and Anthony Bennett land? Our writers decide (hoopsworld.com)
Here at NBA Rookie Class, it’s about time a bit of a rivalry began. Both fortunately and unfortunately, the staff gets along pretty well, and has no qualms with one another. Yet, when it comes to mock draft’s, everyone thinks Continue reading →
Don’t Laugh. Prigioni may not be the youngest rookie, but he’s played great lately. (latino.foxnews.com)
While most will look to Carmelo Anthony’s efficient all-around performance from Tuesday night’s mauling of the Indiana Pacers, many others will need to look past the “Top Performers” to see where the focus at NBA Rookie Class lies.
Pablo Prigioni, the 36-year-old undrafted rookie from Argentina, had quite the night for the New York Knicks, as he scored 10 points (4-4 FG, 2-2 3PT), grabbed 4 rebounds, dished out 4 assists, and didn’t Continue reading →
The Portland Trail Blazers’ Damian Lillard continued to add to his impressive rookie campaign by winning the Skills Challenge on All-Star Saturday in Houston. (nba.com)
It’s been quite the All-Star Weekend for our NBA rookies. After an impressive Friday night of BBVA action, the League’s newst talent took center stage during Saturday night’s line-up of events.
Out of the four events that took place in Houston last night (Shooting Stars Challenge, Skills Challenge, Three-Point Shootout, and the Dunk Contest), two of the events were won by rookies. Continue reading →