HoopsHype Alex Len rumors

June 26, 2013 Updates
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Alexander Chernykh: Alex Len doesn't have a guarantee from any team - his agent Michael Lelchitski told R-Sport Twitter

But no more certain is the second choice, who was thought to be Kansas’ shooting guard Ben McLemore, but now may be Indiana’s Victor Oladipo or Georgetown’s Otto Porter. Or it could be Maryland’s 7-foot-1 center Alex Len — except that Len could be the No. 1 choice. “I haven’t seen that in a long, long time,” Blake said of the uncertainty surrounding not only the top pick, but the unknowns that will pepper the entire first round. “I need to go back, but it’s very rare that the top draft pick has been traded. That could happen this year.” Bergen Record

June 23, 2013 Updates

Alex Kennedy: Alex Len to Cleveland has legs. Cavs are considering him at No. 1. Zydrunas Ilgauskas and Vitaly Potapenko among others are pushing for Len. Twitter @AlexKennedyNBA

How do you feel about not being able to work out for the teams? Alex Len: Yeah, I was just feeling frustrated that I couldn't work out and I couldn't compete with the other guys. I'm just trying to be focused on improving from my injury, doing rehab... Just continue to work hard and get better. HoopsHype

How has been the experience the past few weeks – all these interviews with the NBA executives, going to the draft combine, etcetera? Alex Len: It has been a lot of fun. The last 2-3 weeks I've been traveling a lot and although I didn't work out because of the injury I've been able to do interviews with different teams. I met a lot of good people and kind of got a feel of the teams. Having gone throught that, when I get drafted the first year is going to be easier. HoopsHype

June 20, 2013 Updates

Next week, Len said he won’t be thinking about competing in All-Star games or championships. He just wants to enjoy the moment of being drafted into the NBA. His mother and sister flew in from Ukraine and will attend the draft. Len’s almost finished visiting teams, and he’s finally ditched those pesky crutches. Len’s reality is setting in: He’s going to be an NBA player. “Are you kidding? I’m very excited,” Len said. “It’s like I have been chasing this dream since I was 13.” Diamondback Online

June 19, 2013 Updates

Cleveland continues to aggressively shop this pick, according to sources, but one executive said the Cavs "have completely overvalued it." It's looking more and more like Cleveland will keep the pick and, despite speculation that it will take everyone from Ben McLemore to Victor Oladipo to Alex Len, league sources expect Noel to be the guy SI.com

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