Embed from Getty Images The 2018 NBA Draft is three days away. This year’s draft should be interesting into since there have been rumors circulating around the league about teams considering trading up or down, and the top five picks may not be as predictable as they seem. The Washington Wizards will head into the draft with a first round pick for the first time since 2015 when they drafted forward Kelly Oubre Jr. from
Embed from Getty Images The Washington Wizards kicked off its first pre-draft workout on Tuesday. The Wizards got a chance to look at a handful of guards in the 2018 NBA Draft as Hamidou Diallo (Kentucky), Jairus Lyles (UMBC) and Chris Chiozza (Florida) were in attendance. The Wizards will host six more players for their second pre-draft workout on Wednesday. Kansas’ point guard Devonte Graham and UCLA’s Aaron Holiday are among the players, who will be
Georgetown center Jessie Govan averaged 17 points and 10 rebounds per game last season. (Photo From Georgetown Athletics) Georgetown junior center Jessie Govan announced on Wednesday that he will declare for the 2018 NBA Draft without hiring an agent. First and foremost, I would like to give a huge thanks to God for watching over me and allowing all of this to happen. Also a special shoutout to my parents for always being there and
Embed from Getty Images   Maryland small forward Justin Jackson announced on Wednesday that he will enter the 2018 NBA Draft. “After talking with my family and weighing my options, it’s my desire to turn my full attention to preparing for a career in professional basketball,” Jackson said in a statement released by the school. “I love my teammates, many of them will be my brothers for life, and I will truly cherish the times
Georgetown’s L.J. Peak didn’t get picked in the NBA Draft, but he signed a free agent deal with the Houston Rockets on Friday. The deal does not guarantee a spot on the 15-man roster, but Peak will play on the Rockets’ Summer League team. “Has been a childhood dream and it’s finally coming true,” Peak told GoUpstate.com. “It broke my heart a little because I always wanted to get drafted, but at the end of the