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2014 Matt Kamalsky Articles

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Top NBA Prospects in the ACC, Part 10: Prospects #22-26
by Derek Bodner, Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky, Kyle Nelson, Josh Riddell

We conclude our coverage of the top NBA prospects in the ACC with scouting reports on players ranked 22-26 in the conference: Quinn Cook, James Robinson, Justin Anderson, Rakeem Christmas and Boris Bojanovsky.

Top NBA Prospects in the ACC, Part 9: Prospects #17-21
by Derek Bodner, Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky, Josh Riddell

We continue our coverage of the top NBA prospects in the ACC with scouting reports on players ranked 17-21 in the conference: Chris McCullough, Malcolm Brogdon, Joel James, Olivier Hanlan, and Aaron Thomas.

Top NBA Prospects in the ACC, Part 7: Prospects #7-11
by Derek Bodner, Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky

We continue our coverage of the top NBA prospects in the ACC with scouting reports on players ranked 7-11 in the conference: Theo Pinson, Justin Jackson, Terry Rozier. Jerian Grant and Kennedy Meeks.

Top NBA Prospects in the Big Ten, Part 7: Prospects #16-20
by Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky, Josh Riddell

We conclude our coverage of the top NBA prospects in the Big Ten with scouting reports on players ranked 16-20 in the conference: James Blackmon, Nigel Hayes, Gabe Olaseni, Rayvonte Rice and Derrick Walton.

Top NBA Prospects in the Big Ten, Part 5: Prospects #8-11
by Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky

We continue our coverage of the top NBA prospects in the Big Ten with scouting reports on players ranked 8-11 in the conference: Zak Irvin, D'Angelo Russell, Shannon Scott and Sam Thompson.

Top NBA Prospects in the Big Ten, Part 4: Prospects #4-7
by Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky, Josh Riddell

We continue our coverage of the top NBA prospects in the Big Ten with scouting reports on players ranked 4-7 in the conference: Terran Petteway, Branden Dawson, A.J. Hammons and Yogi Ferrell.

Top NBA Prospects in the Big East, Part 2: Prospects #6-10
by Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky, Kyle Nelson, Josh Riddell

We continue our coverage of the top NBA prospects in the Big East with scouting reports on players ranked 6-10 in the conference: Darrun Hilliard, Josh Hart, Tyler Harris, Jalen Reynolds and Joshua Smith.

Top NBA Prospects in the Big East, Part 1: Prospects #1-5
by Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky, Kyle Nelson

We kick off our coverage of the top NBA prospects in the Big East with scouting reports on players ranked 1-5 in the conference: Isaiah Whitehead, Chris Obekpa, Rysheed Jordan, Deonte Burton and D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera.

Top NBA Prospects in the SEC, Part Twelve: Prospects #18-22
by Derek Bodner, Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky, Kyle Nelson, Josh Riddell

We continue our coverage on the top NBA draft prospects in the SEC with part twelve, players ranked 18-22: Jarvis Summers, Johnathan Williams, Kasey Hill, Alex Caruso and Shannon Hale.

Top NBA Prospects in the SEC, Part Eleven: Prospects #14-17
by Derek Bodner, Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky

We continue our coverage on the top NBA draft prospects in the SEC with part eleven, players ranked 14-17: Michael Frazier, Michael Qualls, Sindarius Thornwell and Dorian Finney-Smith.

Top NBA Prospects in the SEC, Part Ten: Prospects #10-13
by Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky, Kyle Nelson, Josh Riddell

We continue our coverage on the top NBA draft prospects in the SEC with part ten, players ranked 10-13: Marcus Lee, Damian Jones, Jordan Mickey and Moses Kingsley.


Top NBA Prospects in the AAC, Part 3: Prospects #6-10
by Derek Bodner, Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky, Joshua Riddell

We complete our coverage of the top NBA prospects in the AAC with scouting reports on players ranked 6-10 in the conference: Will Cummings, Markus Kennedy, Keith Frazier, L.J. Rose and James Woodard.

Top NBA Prospects in the AAC, Part 2: Prospects #2-5
by Derek Bodner, Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky, Kyle Nelson

We continue our coverage of the top NBA prospects in the AAC with scouting reports on players ranked 2-5 in the conference: Austin Nichols, Nick King, Shaq Goodwin and Ryan Boatright.


Top NBA Prospects in the Big 12, Part 7: Prospects #13-16
by Derek Bodner, Matt Kamalsky, Kyle Nelson

We continue our coverage on the top NBA draft prospects in the Big 12 with part seven, players ranked 13-16: Jonathan Holmes, Devin Williams, Ricardo Gathers and Monte Morris.

Top NBA Prospects in the Big 12, Part 6: Prospects #9-12
by Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky, Kyle Nelson, Joshua Riddell

We continue our coverage on the top NBA draft prospects in the Big 12 with part six, players ranked 9-12: Cameron Ridley, Marcus Foster, Isaiah Taylor and Buddy Hield.

Top NBA Prospects in the Big 12, Part 5: Prospects #5-8
by Derek Bodner, Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky, Joshua Riddell

We continue our coverage on the top NBA draft prospects in the Big 12 with part five, players ranked 5-8: Juwan Staten, Perry Ellis, Georges Niang and LeBryan Nash.

Top NBA Draft Prospects in the Pac-12, Part 7: Prospects #15-20
by Derek Bodner, Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky, Kyle Nelson, Joshua Riddell

We continue our coverage on the top NBA draft prospects in the Pac-12 with part seven, players ranked 15-20: Chasson Randle, Xavier Johnson, Tyrone Wallace, Tony Parker (GA), Davonte Lacy and David Kravish.

Top NBA Draft Prospects in the Pac-12, Part 6: Prospects #10-14
by Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky, Kyle Nelson, Joshua Riddell

We continue our coverage on the top NBA draft prospects in the Pac-12 with part six, players ranked 10-14: Joseph Young, Anthony Brown, Kaleb Tarczewski, Josh Scott, T.J. McConnell.

Top NBA Draft Prospects in the Pac-12, Part 5: Prospects #5-9
by Derek Bodner, Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky

We continue our coverage on the top NBA draft prospects in the Pac-12 with part five, players ranked 5-9: Delon Wright, Nigel Williams-Goss, Brandon Ashley, Kevon Looney and Reid Travis.

The Past, Present and Future of the SF Position and the 2014 NBA Draft
by Matt Kamalsky

Taking a look at how Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker's college stats stack up historically among other top three draft picks, and how small forwards, including some of the biggest stars, are utilized in today's NBA.

Situational Statistics: the 2014 Center Crop
by Matt Kamalsky

We wrap up our series on situational statistics with our analysis of the center position.

Situational Statistics: the 2014 Small Forward Crop
by Matt Kamalsky

We continue our series of articles on the situational strengths and weaknesses of players eligible for the 2014 NBA Draft with this year's small forward crop.

Situational Statistics: the 2014 Shooting Guard Crop
by Matt Kamalsky

We continue our series on the situational strengths and weaknesses of the 2014 NBA Draft with this year's shooting guard class.

Situational Statistics: the 2014 Point Guard Crop
by Matt Kamalsky

Box-scores don't always tell us everything we need to know about what happened in an actual game, and season averages can be misleading at times in attempting to project what type of NBA player a NCAA or international prospect will become.

Just By the Numbers: the 2014 Center Crop
by Matt Kamalsky

In our fifth analysis of basic statistics, we take a look at the top 13 centers eligible for the 2014 NBA draft.

Just By the Numbers: the 2014 Power Forward Crop
by Matt Kamalsky

In our fourth analysis of basic statistics, we take a look at the top 22 power forwards eligible for the 2014 NBA draft.

Just By the Numbers: the 2014 Small Forward Crop
by Matt Kamalsky

In our third analysis of basic statistics, we take a look at the top 25 small forwards eligible for the 2014 NBA draft.

Just By the Numbers: the 2014 Point Guard Crop
by Matt Kamalsky

In our first analysis of basic statistics, we take a look at the top 17 point guards eligible for the 2014 NBA draft.

Just By the Numbers: the 2014 Shooting Guard Crop
by Matt Kamalsky

In our second analysis of basic statistics, we take a look at the top 20 shooting guards eligible for the 2014 NBA draft.

2014 adidas EuroCamp Preview and Roster Breakdown
by Jonathan Givony, Matt Kamalsky

The EuroCamp kicks off this Saturday, and DraftExpress will be present covering the event for the 11th straight year.

Glenn Robinson Updated Scouting Report
by Matt Kamalsky

A key role-player during Michigan's run to the 2013 National Championship Game, Glenn Robinson III's sophomore season presented significant challenges as he adjusted to life without Trey Burke. Where does Robinson stand as we head towards the 2014 NBA Draft?

Ioannis Papapetrou Updated Scouting Report
by Matt Kamalsky

Taking one of the more interesting paths to the 2014 NBA Draft among international prospects, Ioannis Papapetrou's young basketball career came full circle this year, as he returned to Greece after spending three years in the US.

Alessandro Gentile Updated Scouting Report
by Matt Kamalsky

Arguably the most seasoned international prospect eligible for the 2014 NBA Draft, 21 year old wing Alessandro Gentile has been a productive scorer on the European seen since he was a teenager. With his season nearing a close as his team is in the Italian league playoffs, we evaluate where his stock is at currently.

Viktor Gaddefors Updated Scouting Report
by Matt Kamalsky

Viktor Gaddefors has been on the NBA radar for quite some team, and finally becomes automatically draft-eligible this year as a 1992-born international. What kind of season did he have in Italy's Lega A, and how good of a NBA prospect is he?

Moussa Diagne Updated Scouting Report
by Matt Kamalsky

Moussa Diagne ranks among the ACB's best per-minute rebounders and shot-blockers, despite only having started to play basketball recently. How does he stack up in this draft class and what is his long-term potential?

NBA Combine Athletic Testing Analysis
by Matt Kamalsky

The NBA released the athletic testing results from the 2014 NBA Combine in Chicago. We take a look at who stood out and who struggled on paper.

2014 NBA Draft Combine Shooting Results
by Blue Hlavac, Matt Kamalsky

At the 2014 NBA Draft Combine in Chicago, the NBA tracked shooting percentages from various spots on the court.

Johnny O'Bryant Updated Scouting Report
by Matt Kamalsky

Building on a strong sophomore season, Johnny O'Bryant returned to LSU for his junior year in easily the best shape of his career. Leading the Tigers to their first 20-win season since 2009, but still no NCAA Tournament bid, he once again ranked among the most productive big men in the SEC, showing improvement in a few key areas along the way.

Jordan Clarkson Updated Scouting Report
by Matt Kamalsky

Jordan Clarkson had an immediate impact for Frank Haith's Missouri program after sitting out the entire 2012-2013 season as a transfer. Averaging 17.5 points and 3.4 assists per-game, he earned All-SEC 2nd Team honors, ranking among the most productive guards in the conference.

Isaiah Austin Scouting Report and Video Breakdown
by Matt Kamalsky, Mike Schmitz

Isaiah Austin had a relatively quiet sophomore year, but helped Baylor return to the NCAA Tournament after a one year absence. We take an inventory of everything he displayed this season as an NBA prospect, as well as the things he still has to improve on.

Jerami Grant Scouting Report and Video Breakdown
by Matt Kamalsky, Mike Schmitz

Jerami Grant took a significant step forward as a sophomore, finding new ways to take advantage of his tremendous physical tools as a key member of Syracuse's rotation. We take an inventory of everything he displayed this season as an NBA prospect, as well as the things he still has to improve on.

James Young Scouting Report and Video Breakdown
by Matt Kamalsky, Mike Schmitz

James Young lived up to his billing as one of the top freshmen in college basketball during his lone year at Kentucky, earning a spot on the All-SEC Second Team and All-NCAA Tournament Final Four Team during Kentucky's postseason turnaround.

Nick Johnson Updated Scouting Report
by Matt Kamalsky

Nick Johnson's Arizona career came to a somewhat disappointing end in a 64-63 West Regional Final loss to the second seeded Wisconsin Badgers, as he was called for an offensive foul with 3.2 seconds left with the Wildcats down one. A consensus First Team All-American, Johnson took a major step forward as a junior, averaging 16.3 points and 4.1 rebounds per-game, solidifying himself as a legitimate NBA prospect in the process.

2014 Nike Hoop Summit Recap
by Matt Kamalsky, Mike Schmitz

After getting outplayed wire to wire last year, the USA Junior National Select Team won the 2014 Nike Hoop Summit in fairly convincing fashion.

2014 Nike Hoop Summit: International Practice Day Four
by Matt Kamalsky

A recap of the fourth practice of the World Select Team and a video interview with Head Coach Roy Rana.

2014 Nike Hoop Summit: International Practice Day Three
by Matt Kamalsky

The third day of the World Select Team's practices in preparation for the Nike Hoop Summit included a pair of standout performances.

2014 Nike Hoop Summit: International Practice Day Two
by Matt Kamalsky

A breakdown of the second day of practices for the 2014 Nike Hoop Summit in Portland, Oregon.

2014 Nike Hoop Summit: International Practice Day One
by Matt Kamalsky

A breakdown of the World Select Team's first practice in preparation for the 2014 Nike Hoop Summit in Portland, Oregon.

Markel Brown Updated Scouting Report
by Matt Kamalsky

Capping off his third year as a starter for the Cowboys, Markel Brown wrapped up his collegiate career with a 20 point performance in Oklahoma State's 85-77 loss to Gonzaga in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament. One of the bright spots in what was an up-and-down campaign for Travis Ford's program...

Jordan McRae Updated Scouting Report
by Matt Kamalsky

Tennessee's season came to a close at the hands of the Michigan Wolverines in a 73-71 loss in the Sweet Sixteen as their frantic comeback late in the game came up just short. The loss also marked the end of Jordan McRae's four year career.

2014 Nike Hoop Summit International Roster Breakdown
by Matt Kamalsky

The Nike Hoop Summit World team was officially announced today, complimenting the USA roster which was announced in January. The game is scheduled for Saturday, April 12th at the Rose Garden, in Portland, Oregon.

Jordan Bachynski Updated Scouting Report
by Matt Kamalsky

Quite possibly the tallest player eligible for the 2014 NBA Draft, the 7'2 Jordan Bachynski ended his senior season on a high note individually, scoring 25 points on 8-14 shooting against fellow prospect Cameron Ridley in an 87-85 loss to Texas in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament.

2014 NCAA Postseason Conference Awards
by Matt Kamalsky

A breakdown of the official 2013-2014 NCAA Post-Season awards, including first, second and third All-Conference teams, as well as the All-Freshman Teams, Coaches of the year, All-Defensive Teams, and more-- for all 33 NCAA conferences.

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