Most of this comes from ESPN's Chad Ford.
Cleveland offered New Orleans the 4, 24, 33 and 34 picks for the No. 1 pick (Davis) and
the Hornets said No.
Also Michael Jordan isn't sold on MKG, is looking more at Thomas Robinson at #2 or even trading
the pick. As much as it would be cool to see UK guys taken 1 and 2, I am still hoping that MKG goes to Washington.
Terrence Jones is working out at Golden State today- 7th pick
Doron Lamb worked out for Memphis today- 24th pick.
I'd like to see Lamb in Chicago, he could work great there. Love that Jordan isn't sold on MKG, I always figured he do something stupid and draft Harrison Barnes anyway. It's the Carolina way
I've been told that pre-declaration, Chicago told Calipari they wanted Lamb.
From my days as a Celtics fan, I don't want any UK players ending up in Chicago...LOL
With Jordan's track record as a NBA executive, it is probably a good sign that he isn't sold on MKG.
So going along with what Alligned has said is this article..you have to scroll towards the bottom to read about Lamb.
Interesting tidbit today...CBS Sports is reporting that Charlotte is offering the #2 pick to the Thunder for James Harden.
It would be awesome to see the Thunders trade Harden for the number 2 pick and then pick MKG. He would have the chance to win multiple NBA championship there. I don't see the the Thunder making the trade, however, especially if they win NBA championship this year. Why break up that young trio after winning it all? It's too big a risk.
Yeah that would be pretty cool if it happened..
Another interesting one I saw today...Sacramento trades the #5 pick and Tyreke Evans to
Chicago for Joakim Noah and the #29 pick.
I bring this one up because of the talk of Doron Lamb to the Bulls at 29.
So did you all see the Bobcats hired St. John's assistant Mike Dunlap as their new head coach.
He becomes the first person in NBA history to go from an assistant coach in college to a head coaching job in the NBA.
Just another reason why I hope Charlotte draftes anyone but MKG
Biggest no name coach hired since Erik Spoelstra