HoopsHype Shelvin Mack rumors

December 7, 2011 Updates

Unlike most second-round picks, Mack doesn’t have to worry about making the team, since he was selected with the purpose of backing up Wall and arrives with an establish role. “I know what they expect of me,” Mack said. “It makes everything easier for me. I don’t have to wonder what I need to do to get on the court, just make sure I handle my business.” Washington Post

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Massive group workouts seem to be a big theme in this year's draft proceedings. The Minnesota Timberwolves will be hosting a group workout with as many as 24 draft- hopeful participants, with representatives from 22 to 28 teams expected to be in attendance. Jonathon Givony of DraftExpress has confirmed 20 of the 24 players that will be participating in the two-day workouts scheduled for May 23-24, 2011. The list of guards confirmed for the Minnesota workout includes Butler's Shelvin Mack, Michigan State's Kalin Lucas, Iowa State's Diante Garrett, Michigan's Darius Morris, Kansas' Josh Selby, Boston College's Reggie Jackson and UCLA's Malcolm Lee. Examiner

May 10, 2011 Updates

Butler guard Shelvin Mack formally announced Tuesday that he is staying in the NBA Draft. Mack helped Butler reach the NCAA final the last two seasons. The Bulldogs lost to Connecticut in this year's national title game after falling to Duke in the 2010 final. Butler officials said Sunday, the day of the deadline to pull out of the June 23 draft, that Mack wouldn't return for his senior season. CBSSports.com

May 8, 2011 Updates

After leading Butler University to consecutive Final Fours, junior guard Shelvin Mack has decided to stay in the 2011 NBA draft, a source with knowledge of the decision told Yahoo! Sports. Yahoo! Sports

April 28, 2011 Updates

A number of NBA personnel said they wouldn't be surprised if Maryland's Jordan Williams, Butler's Shelvin Mack, Washington's Isaiah Thomas, Boston College's Reggie Jackson or Fresno State's Greg Smith all stayed in the draft. But there is a consensus already that Michigan's Darius Morris, Xavier's Tu Holloway, Georgetown's Hollis Thompson, Miami's Reggie Johnson, Pitt's Ashton Gibbs and Northwestern's John Shurna should go back to school before they make a mistake of leaving too soon, and in the case of those who can't make an NBA roster, a major error in giving up their eligibility. ESPN.com

April 12, 2011 Updates

Butler guard Shelvin Mack says he will enter the NBA draft but will not hire an agent. The announcement came Tuesday morning in a statement issued by the school. Mack, a junior, says he wants to "explore" his opportunities so he can make an informed decision. KyPost.com

Butler Bulldogs junior guard Shelvin Mack, who led the Bulldogs to a second straight NCAA championship game appearance, will declare for the NBA draft but not sign with an agent, coach Brad Stevens said. According to Stevens, Mack will test the draft process between April 24 and May 8 to see where he would fall in the first round. ESPN.com

April 7, 2011 Updates

Butler coach Brad Stevens is meeting with Shelvin Mack today to discuss the junior guard's NBA draft prospects. Stevens said he will receive input from trusted sources and determine a consensus for where Mack might be drafted, if Mack leaves school early. Mack could declare for the draft by the April 25 deadline and still return to school if he does not hire an agent and withdraws by May 8. "I'll do the research and I'll collect it for him, and I'll present it to him," Stevens said. "He knows that I want what's best for him, so he knows he doesn't have to worry about me trying to persuade him to come back." Indianapolis Star

April 3, 2011 Updates

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