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  • #91
    Kabongo would be foolish to enter this year's draft, especially not being guaranteed as a first round selection. He's getting some bad advice. He needs to stay that extra year at UT. He'll have a much better season next year.

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    • #92
      MangoKid wrote: View Post
      Kabongo would be foolish to enter this year's draft, especially not being guaranteed as a first round selection. He's getting some bad advice. He needs to stay that extra year at UT. He'll have a much better season next year.
      i think he probably feels pretty confident he wouldn't slip past us in the second round and then would most likely make the team and get a contract. even if we didn't select him at 34-37 i couldn't see him slipping past us at indi' selection.

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      • #93
        MangoKid wrote: View Post
        Kabongo would be foolish to enter this year's draft, especially not being guaranteed as a first round selection. He's getting some bad advice. He needs to stay that extra year at UT. He'll have a much better season next year.
        Just reported that Myck will br going back to Texas for his sophomore year. http://twitter.com/#!/GoodmanCBS
        Twitter @WJ_FINDLAY

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        • #94
          Kabongo is even supporting this through his twitter account: @1MK2

          2012-13 will be a great yr 4 our team with everything we've been through! @Sheldon_Mac1 @Jay_Bond2 @SterlingGibbs13 @realjuice12 & Sherlock
          http://twitter.com/m_shantz

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          • #95
            Shantz wrote: View Post
            Kabongo is even supporting this through his twitter account: @1MK2
            The draft is still 94 days away. Thats a LOONG time for him to change his mind. And if he's projected at going First Round after workouts (which I bet he will be doing) I can't see him turning it down.

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            • #96
              joey_hesketh wrote: View Post
              The draft is still 94 days away. Thats a LOONG time for him to change his mind. And if he's projected at going First Round after workouts (which I bet he will be doing) I can't see him turning it down.
              I believe they have to make up their mind before april 29th?

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              • #97
                Soft Euro wrote: View Post
                I believe they have to make up their mind before april 29th?
                Yes. Underclassmen have to declare before April 29th.

                The NCAA deadline of April 10th means nothing to an underclassman undecided.

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                • #98
                  Soft Euro wrote: View Post
                  I believe they have to make up their mind before april 29th?
                  Thats for Early Entry eligibility, no?
                  The final Declaration date is 10 days before the Draft. I think.
                  They just can't sign with an agent before then, otherwise they lose NCAA eligibility. I think.

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                  • #99
                    Forgive me if it's already been answered in this thread, but when's the draft lottery?

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                    • joey_hesketh wrote: View Post
                      Thats for Early Entry eligibility, no?
                      The final Declaration date is 10 days before the Draft. I think.
                      They just can't sign with an agent before then, otherwise they lose NCAA eligibility. I think.
                      This was posted in the draft thread but I forget who originally posted it:


                      What that means is that, theoretically, a college player could still wait until April 29th to enter the NBA draft, as these are two separate deadlines, and there seemingly is no benefit at all to entering his name before, particularly since he will lose his NCAA eligibility if he does not remove it before April 10th.

                      For example if a player seriously injures himself between April 11th and April 29th, but had already sent a letter to David Stern declaring their eligibility for the 2012 NBA Draft, that player would be ineligible to return to school.

                      While college coaches would obviously love to have all of their answers regarding who will or will not return to their team by April 10th, so they can start their vacation early or get an early jump on next season, realistically there is no reason why an underclassmen wouldn't continue to privately investigate their NBA draft stock until April 29th.

                      From DraftExpress.com http://www.draftexpress.com#ixzz1qFI07qJf
                      http://www.draftexpress.com

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                      • Here's an interview of Myck from earlier today on the Longhorn Network (ESPN):

                        http://espn.go.com/colleges/texas/ba...exas-longhorns

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