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
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
This one is already in the bag.
After last night’s resounding 12-point victory in favor of the champs, this one is in the bag.
Heck, this one was in the bag after Game 1.
Even worse, this series was over before the first round best-of-seven matchup even began.
With that in mind, why is Milwaukee continuing to start the struggling veteran Luc Mbah a Moute over the suddenly-hot rookie John Henson?Henson, the 14th overall pick out of the University of North Carolina in the 2012 Draft, has faced his share of trials and tribulations throughout his rookie campaign. Only playing in 63 of the Bucks’ regular-season contests, Henson averaged 6.0 ppg and 4.7 rpg in 13.1 minutes per contest. Per 36 minutes, Henson’s numbers would inflate to 16.5 ppg and 12.9 rpg, along with 1.9 bpg.
Yet, for whatever reason, the Milwaukee brass Continue reading
After career games in the season finale against the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday night, Oklahoma City’s rookies Jeremy Lamb and Perry Jones III found themselves in transit to Tulsa for the first round of the D-League Playoffs, as the 66ers take on the Rio Grande Vipers. While it’s unfortunate that the rooks won’t be in attendance for OKC’s first round matchup with the Houston Rockets -where they could have witnessed the playoffs first hand and possibly play some off the bench -it will be better for both players to gain some postseason experience, regardless of the level of competition. Continue reading
For many basketball fans, yesterday seemed most likely seemed like the end of a long and trying journey. Fourteen teams now ready themselves for May 21st, when they hope that they can call themselves winners in one of the wackiest annual games of ping-pong known to mankind; sixteen more will continue to battle for league supremacy and the NBA Championship.
Meanwhile, here at NBA Rookie Class, our season is neither ending nor our postseason beginning; instead, we’re simply savoring the continued excellence of so much new talent in the league, and the bright future so many individuals have –whether they are playing for a ring or not.Yesterday’s regular season finale offered the average viewer minimal opportunities to watch their team’s stars play, as many squads took the time to let their veterans rest. And while the veterans are away, the rookies will come to play. Continue reading
After a surprising move for one highly touted rookie yesterday, NBA fan bases across the country waited with bated breath, hoping that their new favorite young players wouldn’t be moved elsewhere. Unfortunately for the Milwaukee fan base, their team is now feeling the same anguish Sacramento fans are still getting acquainted to. Continue reading