NCAA did Enes Kanter 'a favor'
This week we broke down some of the top freshmen in the country in our first NBA Draft Stock Watch of the college basketball season.
But there were a lot more than freshmen plying their wares last week -- though one big first-year's story leads the way. Here's a quick look around the world based on notes I've collected from NBA scouts.
So what happens next for Kanter? He has several options. He can return to Europe and make some money or he could go to the D-League and get more exposure to NBA scouts.
But either way, NBA GMs and scouts I spoke with uniformly feel like Kanter's draft stock won't be hurt by this turn of events. In fact, one prominent GM thinks the NCAA did him a favor.
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