What a weird interview. Like the complete opposite of coaches that I listen to. Then again, when the most frequent interviews you hear are Brett Brown, Pat Chambers and James Franklin, you're bound to run into personality.
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Josh Verlin has mentioned to me multiple times that Carr is overly complimentary of every school in every interview he does. TIFWIW.
I like that about the kid, showing respect for programs who are interested. But, but, but did he call any of the other schools his second home?
Mayland has supposedly cooled on Lamar Stevens DeAndre Hunter.
I'm really starting to think this is gonna come down to IU and us for Carr/Stevens combo.
Someone who might actually be able to start on this team? Someone in the backcourt who might develop into a scorer to balance against the frontcourt guys?
I get that you aren't going to find out-of-the-box talent in the second round, but if you've resigned yourself to taking multiple shots on projects, why wouldn't you try to find guys who can develop alongside your stars instead of a pile of forwards and centers?
I'm pleased with the Okafor pick.
A very politic response. I wish that any of the other picks showed signs of a team trying to win basketball games in the near future.
Why not do what the NFL does and make them stay in school 3 years it would provide a better college product and the NBA wouldn't be drafting so much on potential than on a finished product. Granted there would still be guys that don't pan out but that would probably be the exception.