Saturday, February 20, 2010

NBA for Wittman, Foote, or Lin?

As we posted several times last night and earlier today, 14 NBA scouts attended last night's Cornell at Harvard game to watch Cornell players, Ryan Wittman and Jeff Foote, and Harvard player, Jeremy Lin. To date, neither NBADraft.net nor DraftExpress.com project any one of these three players as selections in the 2010 draft. Both sites are widely regarded as among the best NBA Draft predictors.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

To be fair, only Lin has entries on either (and both) of those draft sites. Wittman might have raised his profile last night, though -- Wally Szczerbiak might be a good comparison for him.

John said...

I hear a rumor that one reason that Cornell program has been strong as of late is because the Red has a ton of connections abroad in international leagues and can promise recruits a promising look at international pros after their career in Ithaca ends...is there any truth to this?

thanks.

Anonymous said...

ANON 1:37PM-

I think Kyle Korver is a better comparison to Witt. Identical build, huge 3pt threat, great team player...

Anonymous said...

as the cheer goes, for those who WILL get drafted.
--THAT'S ALL RIGHT, THAT'S OKAY,
YOU'RE GONNA WORK FOR US SOMEDAY!
GO BIG RED.
REMEMBER THE PRINCETON UPSET OF UCLA

Anonymous said...

Can you list the 14 NBA teams?

Anonymous said...

Wittman and Foote obviously aren't that good from the Cornell vs Harvard game. Harvard has one of the worst defense ever,in fact, they don't even have a center. The only reason Harvard lost was because Cornell had 23 more rebounds and like 20 more shots than Harvard. Give 1 Dwight Howard on Harvard's team and Lin would've easily scored 30+ points that night. I think its obviously the game was all Jeremy Lin showing that he can fight regardless of how unfair the teams were.