Odds & Ends: Mozgov, Hawks, Garnett, Draft

Timofey Mozgov might be the hottest player in the NBA right now and that can be largely attributed to assistant coach Melvin Hunt, writes Benjamin Hochman of the Denver Post.  “All the Russian I know can’t be repeated,” Hunt explained, “because when he gets frustrated and says them, I know they’re bad words.”  More from around the Association..

  • Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer doesn’t expect Dennis Schröder to stay in the D-League for long.  “My guess is he’ll be back sooner but we’ll see how it’s going down there and how it’s going up there,” Budenholzer said, according to Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (on Twitter).  Atlanta assigned the rookie guard earlier today.
  • Sean Deveney of the Sporting News attempts to fix the Eastern Conference for all the teams not named the Heat or Pacers.  The list, unsurprisingly, starts with the Nets and the struggles of offseason addition Kevin Garnett.
  • A few league executives and scouts indicated to Adam Zagoria of SNY (on Twitter) that Glenn Robinson III‘s stock is falling.  The Michigan standout is currently slotted to go No. 17 on DraftExpress’ mock draft.
  • The Nets and Knicks better hope that they can turn things around this season because they can’t hope to build through the draft, notes Alex Kennedy of HoopsWorld.  Both NYC teams have mortgaged their futures in an effort to contend in the present.

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