Missing the soph. touch
(Editor's note: This is an excerpt from a complete evaluation of the notable players in the NBA's sophomore class. See John Hollinger's full story. )
Here's the tricky thing about the NBA draft: What matters isn't the player you have on draft day, but the player you have a couple of years down the road. Numerous players have bounced back from uninspiring performances as rookies to become superstars later on -- even four-year collegians like John Stockton, Steve Nash and Michael Redd.
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