NBA Draft Prospects Meet the Press
June 26, 2013
Ben McLemore of Kansas meets with the media one day before the 2013 NBA Draft.
McLemore is popularly projected to go anywhere from #1 to #6 overall.
Kentucky's Nerlens Noel, who is most mock's #1 pick, at the 2013 NBA Draft Media Session.
Noel's 7'4' wingspan on display.
Indiana's Victor Oladipo enters the building.
Oladipo, off the NBA radar last season, is now considered a top 5 pick.
Indiana's Victor Oladipo and Cody Zeller stick together.
Zeller said the craziest question he was asked today was, "how many hoops could fit in his hotel room."
Michigan's Trey Burke, the 2013 Naismith Men's College Basketball Player of the Year.
Burke says he just wants to play.
UNLV's Anthony Bennett speaks with the media one day before the 2013 NBA Draft.
Bennett, who was unable to workout due to shoulder surgery, looking healthy for his NBA Draft photo shoot.
Georgetown's Otto Porter and his picture perfect crossover.
Ukranian Alex Len of Maryland has been moving up draft boards.
Len had his career high in points against Kentucky and Nerlens Noel.
"When I came to the United States, I never imagined I would be here," Len on the NBA Draft.
"It's not where you go, but what you do with it," C.J. McCollum of Lehigh said.
McCollum is a dark horse candidate in this year's draft and could go in the top ten.
Pitt's Steven Adams gets serious.
"I'm just enjoying the moment," Michael Carter-Williams of Syracuse said.
Carter-Williams' creativity and passing ability has been compared to Phoenix's Kendall Marshall.
Georgia's Caldwell-Pope answers question on NBA Draft Media Day.
Caldwell-Pope, an under-the-radar shooting guard, has recently been sneaking up draft boards.
Caldwell-Pope and his ball handling ability on display.
Noel credits his hairstyle to a childhood love of, "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air."
McCollum said Steve Nash is one player he has always admired.