Daily News - May 17, 2014

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Wayne Embry gives Indiana's Noah Vonleh a hand: NBA Draft Combine 2014
Author: Mary Schmitt Boyer
Publication: The Plain Dealer

"CHICAGO -- Wayne Embry was curious. The former Cavaliers general manager, now a senior adviser in Toronto, had heard about the size of the hands of Indiana's Noah Vonleh.

During the 2014 NBA Draft Combine, Vonleh's hands measured 11.75 inches in testing done on Thursday. That put him second all time to Greg Smith's 12 inches." - CLICK HERE to read full story.


James Michael McAdoo has learned from his basketball family
Author: Jodie Valade
Publication: The Plain Dealer

"CHICAGO, Illinois – Maybe you've heard of James Michael McAdoo, the 6-foot-9 North Carolina forward who is entering the NBA draft after three seasons with the Tar Heels.

More likely, you've heard of his family.

McAdoo's parents, Ronnie and Janet, both played basketball at Old Dominion in the late 1970s. His older sister, Kelsey, played basketball at UNC-Charlotte." - CLICK HERE to read full story.


Kentucky's John Calipari is not coming, but Julius Randle might: NBA Draft Combine 2014
Author: Mary Schmitt Boyer
Publication: The Plain Dealer

"CHICAGO – Kentucky coach John Calipari isn't coming to coach the Cavaliers. Really. He told The Plain Dealer that earlier this week.

The coach has had a long relationship with the team, and it grew deeper last year when the Cavs had the No. 1 pick in the draft and were interested in Kentucky's Nerlens Noel.

Now the Cavs have interviewed another of Calipari's players, forward Julius Randle, who could be available if the team stays at No. 9 in the 2014 NBA Draft on June 26." - CLICK HERE to read full story.


Glenn Robinson III falls short of vertical jump expectations: NBA Draft Combine 2014
Author: Jodie Valade
Publication: The Plain Dealer

"CHICAGO – According to legend, Glenn Robinson III has the type of jumping ability that makes other players envious and team executives drool.

Last fall, Michigan reportedly needed a new measuring tool when Robinson's vertical leap improved so much that he out-jumped the 12-foot-3 apparatus." - CLICK HERE to read full story.


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