Wednesday, June 22, 2011

News On The Horizon 6/22/2011

Grant Evans Interview--Indiana Basketball Source
NBA Draft: Bulls may wait to address shooting needs--The Chicago Sun-Times

Possible options for the Bulls could be Butler guard Shelvin Mack, Purdue power forward JaJuan Johnson, Duke guard Nolan Smith, Duke forward Kyle Singler, Cleveland State point guard Norris Cole, Hofstra guard Charles Jenkins, Georgia’s Travis Leslie, Michigan’s Darius Morris, Richmond forward Justin Harper, Marquette forward Jimmy Butler and Oakland center Keith Benson.

Draft Prospect Matt Howard--ESPN
Taking Initiative For The Benefit of Others, Butler Style--Strategic Dads
Opponents Turn Teammates--A Contender's Render
Butler, Stevens Ready for Next Chapter--Jon Rothstein
All-Star eager for Butler challenge--Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Indiana All-Star boys seal win on last shot--Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Kragthorpe: Jazz wanted draft dilemma, and they got it--Salt Lake Tribune

The irony is the Jazz can afford to play around with their own pick, No. 12. If that’s Jimmer Fredette, fine. The reality is, they’re not even going to get a Gordon Hayward-level player in that slot. They took Hayward at No. 9 last June, and this is a weaker draft, by all accounts.

Lots of interest for pair of in-state wings--The Indy Star
Camaraderie adds to Smeathers' All-Star experience--The Indy Star
Smeathers scores 21 to lead Indiana boys past Kentucky--The Indy Star
Picking a Butler all-opponent team--Indy Star Butler Insider
Graves interviews for Boston U. job--Indy Star Butler Insider

Green Bay Announces Release of A Season to Remember--Green Bay Press Gazette

Women’s Hoops Heading to China in

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