Kentucky sophomore forward Wenyen Gabriel announced Wednesday that he will test the NBA Draft waters but will not hire an agent. So long as Gabriel does not hire an agent, he will have until May 30 (10 days after the NBA Draft Combine) to make a final decision as to whether he wishes to remain in the draft or return to Kentucky.
May 23, 2018 | 2:07 pm EDT Update
Jared Weiss: Stevens on LeBron: “The thing that people don’t talk about is how good he’s shot over the years and that’s taken out going under, which probably 3-4 years ago was probably a primary option with most teams.” Almost every time Cs try to go under, he’s popped a pull up three.
Jared Weiss: Stevens jokingly asked if LeBron reading at shootaround psychs him out: “I will say this. I talked about his shooting & the improvement of his shooting has really taken going under pick-and-rolls out as an option over time. He’s as smart of a basketball player as I’ve ever seen.”
Jared Weiss: This interview was pretty phenomenal. Stevens on if he feels pressure to win tonight: “It’s a blast. I’m coaching basketball. Are you kidding me? I realize what a joke it is that I get to do this for a living. I’m looking forward to the challenge.”
Will Selva: .@NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on new anthem policy: “We’ve talked to tens of hundreds of players. We think we’ve come up with a balanced process.” Jared Dudley: I’m so glad I play in the @NBA instead of @NFL.. And I’m not even talking about guarantee money.. That league is a joke
New York City native and Oklahoma City assistant Royal Ivey interviewed with the Knicks recently for an assistant position on David Fizdale’s staff, per sources. Ivey has also received some interest from other teams, including the Philadelphia 76ers, per sources. Ivey played high school basketball at Cardozo HS under legendary high coach Ron Naclerio. The Atheltic earlier reported that the Knicks were considering Ivey as a staff addition.