And-Ones: Wiseman, Schwartz, Andrews, Hall Of Fame

It’s unlikely that James Wiseman will fall below the top five in the June draft, ESPN’s Jonathan Givony reports. The freshman center decided to leave Memphis on Thursday and sign with an agent to prepare for the draft.

Wiseman could have solidified his draft stock had he finished the college season on a high note after his 12-game NCAA suspension ended. However, he could have also slipped some if the Tigers had started losing games with Wiseman in the lineup. Givony continues. The lack of quality big men in a draft and the need of several lottery teams to add an impact big man could also help him, Givony adds.

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7 thoughts on “And-Ones: Wiseman, Schwartz, Andrews, Hall Of Fame

  1. Otogar

    Pretty strong list of candidates to the HoF. For Kobe, Duncan, Garnett and Bosh it is a no-brainer, and even Shawn Marion should probably make it, even though perhaps not as a first-ballot inductee.

  2. JonnyLucas

    You have Anthony Edwards linked to the wrong player in sports reference, fyi. You have him linked to a point guard from the 90s, Missouri st.

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