Bobby Brown Declares for Draft

Bobby Brown Declares for Draft

Postby JSM on Sun Apr 09, 2006 7:29 pm

Draft Express: DraftExpress has learned that Cal-State Fullerton junior point guard Bobby Brown has submitted paperwork to the NBA to officially make himself eligible for the 2006 NBA Draft. Brown at this point is just testing the waters and will not be hiring an agent until his draft status becomes clearer.

Brown, regarded as a bubble first rounder early in the process, is considered a strong candidate to move up the draft boards once workouts begin. Scouts we spoke with feel he can possibly work his way into the top 20 or higher once he shows teams just how good of a shooter and athlete he is in a workout setting.
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Postby UsC/LaKeRs on Mon Apr 10, 2006 11:41 am

Bobby Brown is nice! He participated in the LA City classic tournament which they have every month before college basketball starts which is a tournament usually for local college players and some ex NBA players. Bobby Brown actually outshined the likes of Jordan Farmar, and Gabriel Pruitt in the tournament and was clearly one of the top players this past summer. He played alongside Hassan Adams (Arizona), Brandon Bowman (Georgetown), Brandon Heath (San Diego State) Ashanti Cook (Georgetown), Scott Cutley (Kent State), and Trevor Ariza (Orlando Magic) in high school over at Westchester. He definetly has a future in the NBA. Goodluck to him :bow:
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Postby rydjorker121 on Mon Apr 10, 2006 11:54 am

I also really like him as an NBA prospect. One of the top SLEEPERS in the draft, mark my words. He's just been underexposed playing in a small school but he has nice shooting, distributing and defensive ability, as well as good athleticism and speed. Those are the five primary things you look at when you are talking about an NBA point guard--and he's well-rounded in each of those attributes, with little weakness. His major problems result from a lack of good teammates at CSF, but he's obligated to create things for himself, so his stats aren't truly representative of what he's capable of. In my mock draft, he's a late 1st rounder and that is where he ultimately should be drafted. I have high hopes for him.
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Postby b8 on Mon Apr 10, 2006 4:12 pm

is whitney going to approve of him playing in the nba? :man10:
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Postby Satan on Mon Apr 10, 2006 4:14 pm

b8 wrote:is whitney going to approve of him playing in the nba? :man10:


Once he smacks her around a bit!
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