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Southeast Notes: Hawks, Walker, Wizards

The Hawks‘ list of potential general manager candidates continues to grow, with Zach Klein of Channel 2 Sports in Atlanta reporting that the club is interested in speaking with Nets executive Trajan Langdon about the opening. Langdon, who currently serves as an assistant GM in Brooklyn under Sean Marks, was identified by ESPN’s Kevin Arnovitz earlier this year as a front office “prospect” to watch. However, league insiders told Arnovitz at the time that Langdon may still need a few seasons with the Nets before he becomes a legit candidate to run an NBA front office.

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As we wait to see if Atlanta gets the opportunity to talk to Langdon, let’s round up a few more notes and rumors out of the Southeast…

Draft Notes: Wilson, Ojeleye, Adebayo

D.J. Wilson, who has yet to hire an agent, injured his ankle during today’s combine, as Rod Beard of The Detroit News passes along.

“He’s not working out; he pulled a quad in an earlier workout. He’s been nursing it for four or five days and it’s still not where he wants it to be,” Michigan coach John Beilein said. “We’re hoping it’s more day-to-day, but we may have to cancel some (team) workouts this week too; we’ve got to wait and see.”

Wilson has until May 24 to decide whether or not he will return to Michigan for his junior season. The big man is the 32nd best prospect in the draft, according to Jonathan Givony of Draft Express.

Here’s more on the upcoming draft:

  • SMU’s Semi Ojeleye will sign with an agent and stay in the draft, per Evan Daniels of Scout.com (Twitter link). The combo forward is the 28th best prospect in the upcoming draft, according to Givony.
  • Seton Hall’s Angel Delgado is currently testing the draft waters and he has not hired an agent. However, the university does not expect him to return to campus, sources tell Adam Zagoria of Zagsblog. Delgado, who recently worked out for the Hawks, is not expected to be drafted, according to Draft Express.
  • Kentucky coach John Calipari said he’ll be “stunned” if Bam Adebayo isn’t a lottery pick, as Scott Howard-Cooper of NBA.com relays via Twitter. Givony has the center going 29th in his latest mock draft.

Draft Notes: Williams, Kuzma, Wilder, Ball

Texas A&M freshman forward Robert Williams decided to remain in college because he wants to be the top pick, a source told Evan Daniels of Fox Sports and Scout.com (Twitter link). Williams also believes he’s not mature enough yet to enter the league, the tweet adds. Williams averaged 11.9 PPG, 8.2 RPG and 2.5 BPG during his freshman season for the Aggies. The 6’9” Williams was considered a late lottery pick, ranked as the 10th-best overall prospect by DraftExpress and 13th in Chad Ford’s top 100 at ESPN.com.

In other news involving the draft:

  • Utah forward Kyle Kuzma will enter the draft but won’t hire an agent, Kyle Goon of the Salt Lake Tribune tweets. Kuzma is ranked No. 73 among the top 100 prospects by DraftExpress and doesn’t make Ford’s top 100 list. The 6’9” Kuzma averaged 16.4 PPG and 9.3 RPG for the Utes in his junior season.
  • Western Michigan’s Thomas Wilder will also test the draft waters, Jeff Goodman of ESPN tweets. The 6’3” guard averaged 19.3 PPG, 4.3 RPG and 3.8 APG in his junior season. He is not rated among the top 100 by either DraftExpress or Ford.
  • Seton Hall’s Angel Delgado and Khadeen Carrington will also enter the draft without hiring agents, Jon Rothstein of FanRagSports.com reports. Delgado, a 6’10” junior forward, averaged 15.2 PPG and 13.1 RPG this past season while Carrington, a 6’4” junior guard, averaged 17.1 PPG. Neither is considered a top 100 prospect.
  • Former Virginia and Memphis forward Austin Nichols has declared for the draft and hired an agent, according to Evan Daniels of Scout.com. The 6’9” Nichols played two seasons at Memphis, sat out a year, then played one game for the Cavaliers before he was dismissed from the team.
  • UCLA freshman point guard Lonzo Ball and Kansas freshman small forward Josh Jackson have solidified their status as two of the three top prospects with their performances in the NCAA tournament, Ford writes in a stock watch column. Arizona freshman forward Lauri Markkanen and Michigan State freshman forward Miles Bridges are among the players who have improved their draft stock during the first two rounds of the tournament, according to Ford. Villanova senior guard Josh Hart and Duke sophomore guard Luke Kennard are among the players that Ford believes hurt their draft status with subpar tournament outings.
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