2016 NBA Draft Countdown

Last night’s Utah @ California game featured 3 very highly regarded 2016 NBA draft prospects in Cal forwards Jaylen Brown and Ivan Rabb and Utah center Jakob Poeltl.  The Golden Bears outlasted the Runnin’ Utes 71-58 mostly on the strength of their defense and a late 2nd half offensive surge primarily fueled by the long and active Rabb.  

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A funny thing happened on the way to evaluating the usual multiple prospects in Saturday’s annual Kentucky/Louisville backyard rivalry- the three highest rated 2016 draft prospects, all Wildcat freshmen, were MIA for various reasons.

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You might very well be asking yourself, “Who is Kay Felder?”  Well, the short answer is the 5-9, 176 point guard for Oakland University out of the Horizon Conference.  The longer answer is the nation’s leader in assists at 8.9 per game and the second leading scorer in the nation at 26.9 ppg.  Casual research indicates that no one has ever led Division I in both scoring and assists in a season.  As a matter of fact, Tiny Archibald is the only player ever to accomplish the feat in the NBA- in 1972-73 (34.0 ppg and 11.3 apg) for the Kansas City Kings.           .

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In recent years you might find three or more first round prospects from one school to be associated with traditional powers Kentucky and/or Duke.  While that still might be the case, the 2016 draft  somewhat surprisingly features three bona fide candidates at Maryland in big man Diamond Stone, guard Melo Trimble and forward Jack Layman.

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It was both the best and worst of times last night for Iowa’s 6-9 standout wing- forward, Jarrod Uthoff.  He literally couldn’t have found a slower NCAA game night and for twenty minutes, the night’s exposure was his as he scored 30 first half points on 11-13 from the floor as his Hawkeyes built as much as a 20 point lead over the Iowa St. Cyclones.

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1
6' 10", 239 lbs
LSU
2
6' 9", 196 lbs
Duke
3
6' 5", 205 lbs
Kentucky
4
6' 3", 205 lbs
Providence
5
6' 4", 215 lbs
Oklahoma
6
7' 1", 216 lbs
Maccabi Tel Aviv
7
6' 7", 220 lbs
California
8
7' 0", 216 lbs
Kentucky
9
7' 0", 235 lbs
Utah
10
6' 6", 205 lbs
Antibes
11
6' 10", 210 lbs
Gonzaga
12
6' 10", 250 lbs
Maryland
13
6' 10", 230 lbs
Marquette
14
6' 5", 220 lbs
Michigan State
15
6' 7", 200 lbs
Michigan
16
6' 9", 220 lbs
Kansas
17
5' 9", 160 lbs
Kentucky
18
6' 10", 215 lbs
California
19
6' 1", 194 lbs
Notre Dame
20
6' 7", 215 lbs
Baylor
21
6' 10", 240 lbs
Michigan St.
22
6' 6", 170 lbs
Anadolu Efes
23
6' 10", 250 lbs
Vanderbilt
24
6' 3", 195 lbs
Vanderbilt
25
7' 2", 220 lbs
Liaoning
26
6' 4", 190 lbs
Duke
27
7' 0", 240 lbs
UNLV
28
6' 9", 210 lbs
North Carolina
29
6' 4", 222 lbs
Wichita State
30
6' 3", 175 lbs
Oregon State
31
6' 4", 180 lbs
Mississippi St.
32
6' 5", 225 lbs
Virginia
33
6' 8", 239 lbs
Kentucky
34
6' 11", 220 lbs
Le Mans
35
6' 10", 230 lbs
Louisville
36
6' 3", 218 lbs
Kentucky
37
6' 6", 210 lbs
Saint Joseph's
38
6' 9", 220 lbs
Kentucky
39
6' 2", 170 lbs
Iowa St
40
6' 9", 280 lbs
North Carolina
41
6' 8", 235 lbs
Wisconsin
42
6' 7", 200 lbs
Syracuse
43
6' 2", 156 lbs
North Carolina
44
6' 5", 195 lbs
Florida St.
45
6' 8", 205 lbs
San Diego St.
46
6' 10", 240 lbs
Indiana
47
6' 9", 220 lbs
Estudiantes
48
6' 8", 195 lbs
Bayern Muenchen
49
6' 8", 200 lbs
Aris
50
7' 0", 210 lbs
Le Mans
51
6' 11", 240 lbs
Cibona Zagreb
52
7' 0", 260 lbs
Purdue
53
6' 4", 200 lbs
Pinheiros
54
6' 8", 225 lbs
Kansas
55
6' 8", 220 lbs
Florida
56
6' 5", 190 lbs
Evreux
57
6' 8", 190 lbs
North Carolina
58
6' 9", 202 lbs
Boise State
59
6' 8", 205 lbs
Maryland
60
6' 10", 240 lbs
Gonzaga
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