2016 NBA Draft Targets Rising and Falling Most in Early Conference Play

January 11th, 2016 by Jonathan Wasserman Leave a reply »
The new year has already been good to a handful of NBA prospects looking to strengthen their cases for the 2016 draft. 

Two of them are seniors experiencing breakout years. The other two are projected one-and-done freshmen who've given scouts both flashes of potential and production to back it up. 

On the other hand, we have just as many high-profile prospects struggling to sell themselves through the first two months. One was once projected as a top-three pick and now finds himself warming the bench. Another is a junior many expected to build on a solid sophomore season. Instead, he's been fairly quiet while his team continues to free fall.

With conference play underway, scouts can start putting a little more stock into player performances.

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