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Unsigned Draft Picks: Central Division

As the 2016 NBA draft rapidly approaches the term draft-and-stash will be mentioned quite often in regard to international players and late second-rounders. While some of these athletes will eventually sign with an NBA team,  it seems like the majority of them stay overseas and never make it to the league. Those players in the latter category aren’t without value as they become trade assets for the teams holding their rights.

While many players fail to work out the way teams expect them to, they can at least become tradeable assets for teams that don’t want to part with a future second-round pick in a deal.  Each team must give up something in a trade, which is why many swaps include top-55 protected second-round picks.  Older draft rights held players who clearly will never come over to the NBA are essentially the same as flipping those heavily protected second-rounders, for all intents and purposes.

Listed below are the current unsigned draftees for the teams of the Central Division:

Chicago Bulls

Cleveland Cavaliers

  • Edin Bavcic — Selected No. 56 overall in 2006.
  • Ilkan Karaman — Selected No. 57 overall in 2012.
  • Milan Macvan — Selected No. 54 overall in 2011.
  • Cedi Osman — Selected No. 31 overall in 2015.
  • Sir’Dominic Pointer — Selected No. 53 overall in 2015.
  • Ejike Ugboaja — Selected No. 55 overall in 2006.

Detroit Pistons

  • None

Indiana Pacers

  • Stanko Barac — Selected No. 39 overall in 2007.
  • Andrew Betts — Selected No. 50 overall in 1998.

Milwaukee Bucks

  • Andrei Fetisov — Selected No. 36 overall in 1994.
  • Albert Miralles — Selected No. 39 overall in 2004.
  • Eurelijus Zukauskas — Selected No. 54 overall in 1995.
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5 thoughts on “Unsigned Draft Picks: Central Division

  1. Ryan Brubaker

    Have to think the Cavs fill one wing bench spot with Osman and/or Pointer replacing James Jones?

  2. MANIMFUNNY

    I have a feeling it’s Zukauskas year to finally make the league.

    • Steve in Chicago

      He will start for the Nets this year.

  3. Steve in Chicago

    Lets see..Andrew Betts would be at least 36 and likely sells used cars or coaches high school somewhere. There is a trade asset with high value.

    • Steve in Chicago

      Maybe they can swap him for Andrei Fetisov.

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