HoopsHype James Southerland rumors
C.J. McCollum on wrapping up his pre-draft workout schedule and what he feels like heading into Thursday: "Jubilation. I've never been this happy in my life I don't think. Graduation on May 20th was a happy moment. This is like graduating again. Guys are just excited about being done. James (Southerland) was just talking about it. This is it for us. It was a long road. I only had 9 workouts, he had 15. I'm not complaining at all, I'm just glad it's over." Sulia
The second workout will include six players: Miami guard Durand Scott (6-5, 203), Kansas guard Elijah Johnson (6-4, 195), Evansville guard/forward Colt Ryan (6-5, 200), Syracuse guard James Southerland (6-8, 210), Kentucky guard Archie Goodwin (6-4, 198) and Princeton forward Trent Lockett (6-7, 225). Deseret News
Throughout the week, the Wizards will also have Louisville 6-1 senior point guard Peyton Siva (10 points, 5.7 assists), Bucknell 6-11 senior center Mike Muscala (18.9 points, 11.3 rebounds), Indiana senior forward Christian Watford (12.3 points, 6.3 rebounds), Kentucky freshman point 6-1 guard Archie Goodwin (14.1 points, 4.6 rebounds), Memphis 6-7 sophomore guard Adonis Thomas (11.7 points, 4.5 rebounds), Oklahoma 6-8 senior forward Romero Osby (16 points, seven rebounds), Iowa State 6-7 senior forward Will Clyburn (14.9 points, 6.8 rebounds), Temple 6-4 guard Khalif Wyatt (20.5 points, four assists) and Syracuse senior forward James Southerland (13.2 points, 5.2 rebounds). Washington Post
On Thursday, Southerland's agent, Mark Bartelstein of Chicago-based Priority Sports, said James Southerland already had eight more visits with NBA teams scheduled. According to Bartelstein, Southerland will work out for the Minnesota Timberwolves, Houston Rockets, San Antonio Spurs, Los Angeles Clippers, Detroit Pistons, Indiana Pacers, Washington Wizards and Utah Jazz over the next few weeks. "He's visiting a bunch of teams,'' Bartelstein said. "He's going to be very, very busy.'' The Post-Standard
Shooting guards will dominate the first Bucks workout of draft prospects on Tuesday at the Cousins Center. Glen Rice Jr., who has been rising on draft charts after leading his Rio Grande Valley team to the D-League championship, headlines a workout session that also includes New Mexico guard Tony Snell, Iowa State guard Will Clyburn and Syracuse small forward James Southerland. Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
Syracuse University basketball player James Southerland has signed with NBA agent Mark Bartelstein's Chicago-based Priority Sports. Southerland, a 6-foot-8 forward, helped Syracuse to the NCAA's Final Four last season. Southerland averaged 13.3 points per game for the Orange. He led Syracuse with 84 made 3-point shots. He made 39.4 percent of his shots from outside the 3-point line. The Post-Standard
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