HoopsHype Justise Winslow rumors


April 21, 2015 Updates

Roc Nation Sports has signed Duke Forward Justise Winslow. Winslow averaged 12.6 points, 6.5 rebounds, and 2.1 assists a game this season; he finished his career at Duke with 492 points and 252 rebounds, including 11 points and 9 rebounds in the Championship game against the Wisconsin Badgers. He impressed during the 2015 NCAA Tournament, averaging 14.3 points and 9.3 rebounds with his best performance coming in the semifinal game against Michigan State when he racked up 19 points and nine rebounds. Sports Agent Blog

April 15, 2015 Updates

Justise Winslow has declared for the 2015 NBA Draft. Winslow helped lead Duke to the 2015 National Championship in his lone season with the school. RealGM

April 14, 2015 Updates

Duke freshman Justise Winslow will enter the 2015 NBA Draft, head coach Mike Krzyzewski announced Tuesday. “We’re very happy for Justise and his family,” said Krzyzewski. “He had a sensational year, both on and off the court. He was an amazing factor for our success in winning the national championship. From everything we have found out, Justise is projected to be a high lottery pick and we believe that to be true. This is a great time to take advantage of this opportunity. We’re behind him all the way and love him and his family.” Duke University Blue Devils Official Athletics Site

April 9, 2015 Updates

In the wake of the title, Jahlil Okafor, Justise Winslow and Tyus Jones have decisions to make on their futures. Okafor is a projected top-2 pick in June’s NBA Draft and when the topic comes up, yes, Brand is a bit of a homer there, too. “He’s definitely gonna be one of those top three picks for sure,” Brand told SNY.tv Wednesday evening after his Atlanta Hawks defeated the Nets, 114-111 at Barclays Center. “I follow it, I watch the other guys and I don’t want to go full nepotism, but I would take him No. 1.” ZagsBlog.com

April 7, 2015 Updates

Duke big man and fellow freshman Jahlil Okafor will be picked either first or second in the upcoming NBA draft. He has always been considered a one-and-done guy due to his size and skill level. Justise Winslow’s stock has soared as much as anyone other than Sam Dekker's over the past couple weeks, and most NBA executives maintain the 6-foot-6, athletic wing's ceiling is as the third pick overall, with his floor at No. 10. ESPN.com

April 6, 2015 Updates

Rickie Winslow, who played for the University of Houston from 1983 to 1987 — which included the tail end of Phil Slama Jama era with Hakeem Olajuwon and a trip to the 1984 national title game — said he thinks players should be required to spend two years in college before they're eligible to enter the NBA draft. "It would make the college game a lot better and then guys would be able to develop a lot more too before they go to the next level,'' Rickie Winslow told USA TODAY Sports. "And then you have two more years toward your degree. It makes it a lot easier (to graduate).'' On jumping to the NBA after one season of college ball, he said, "Justice just turned 19 years old. That's a hard thing to do.'' USA Today Sports

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