Texas center Jarrett Allen heard his name called in the first round on Thursday night. Incoming freshman Mohamed Bamba is likely to follow in his footsteps next year.
2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/11W 78-73
- 11/14W 80-59
- 11/17W 85-52
- 11/21L 77-58
- 11/22L 68-54
- 11/29L 72-61
- 12/2W 77-68
- 12/6L 53-50
- 12/10W 71-65
- 12/17L 77-74
- 12/21W 96-60
- 12/27L 63-58
- 12/30L 65-62
- 1/4W 82-79
- 1/7L 79-70
- 1/11L 64-61
- 1/1410L 74-72
- 1/176L 74-64
- 1/212L 79-67
- 1/23W 84-83
- 1/28L 59-57
- 2/1W 62-58
- 2/4L 78-63
- 2/7W 67-65
- 2/11L 84-71
- 2/14L 70-66
- 2/18L 64-61
- 2/2012L 77-62
- 2/253L 77-67
- 3/1L 67-57
- 3/411L 75-64
- 3/8W 61-52
- 3/911L 63-53
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Nets select Jarrett Allen No. 22. Allen is one of 2 players from the University of Texas to be drafted in the first round in the last 5 seasons (Myles Turner, 2015). He was 1 of 2 players in the Big 12 to average at least 13 points and 8 rebounds last season.
The Nets selected Texas forward Jarrett Allen with the No. 22 overall pick of the 2017 NBA draft on Thursday night.
Other mock drafts have the Texas freshman center going earlier, but this isn't an ordinary mock draft. He's an upside guy, but there are concerns about his love of the game.
Pistons working out five Thursday
The Detroit Pistons are hosting Creighton C Justin Patton, Kansas F Landen Lucas, Syracuse G John Gillon, Toledo G Jonathan Williams and Texas C Jarrett Allen for a pre-draft workout Thursday.
Milwaukee holds private workout for Allen
The Bucks will have Texas big man Jarrett Allen in for a pre-draft workout on Tuesday. In his freshman season with the Longhorns, Allen averaged 13.4 points, 8.4 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game.
Despite the Hawks hiring Travis Schlenk as GM, Chad Ford's latest mock still has Atlanta grabbing a center with strong rebounding skills at No. 19.
It'd be difficult to imagine Smart leaving Texas with the talent he has coming in, but he does have roots in Akron. Would he consider an offer from Ohio State?
Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting
2019 Joey Baker told Espn that he plans on making unofficial visits to Kentucky, Louisville and North Carolina before the July recruiting period. He will also try and head to Kansas for a visit in the fall. He currently holds many offers including Kansas, Louisville, Florida, Texas and UCLA.
The addition of Mohamed Bamba gives Shaka Smart and his Texas team a real chance at making an NCAA tournament appearance in 2018.
The PK80, a two-tournament event that will honor Nike co-founder Phil Knight, could feature a matchup between potential preseason No. 1 Michigan State and defending national champion North Carolina in one of the title games.
The Suns continued their pre-draft workouts Tuesday bringing in G Zak Irvin (Michigan), F Wesley Iwundu (Kansas State), C Luke Kornet (Vanderbilt), C Kennedy Meeks (North Carolina), F Semi Ojeleye (SMU), F Devin Robinson (Florida) and C Jarrett Allen (Texas).
Mo Bamba is already considered one of the college game's top talents before playing his first game on the Forty Acres.
We're not sure about where we ranked the Longhorns, but we found it hard to leave Texas out of the mix entirely after Shaka Smart secured the services of Mohamed Bamba.
Kentucky will travel to West Virginia and Kansas will host Texas A&M in the Big 12/SEC Challenge.
Shaka Smart lost Jarrett Allen after only one season in Austin, but he'll replace the big man with an upgrade.
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With Wednesday's deadline for players to remove their names from the NBA draft approaching, Purdue, UNC, Michigan and UCLA stand to be the most impacted by upcoming decisions.
Andrew Jones will return for his sophomore season at Texas after announcing his withdrawal from the NBA draft on Monday.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Big few days for Texas. First Mohamed Bamba commits and then Andrew Jones returns. The key next season could be Tulane transfer Dylan Osetkowski, who will start in the frontcourt alongside Bamba. Can do a little bit of everything on the offensive end.
Former Longhorns star T.J. Ford has graduated 14 years after leading the Longhorns to the Final Four and turning pro.
The No. 3 recruit opted not for Duke or Kentucky but for Texas. His arrival changes expectations for the Longhorns -- and coach Shaka Smart. In Year 3 at Texas, Smart has all the pieces to deliver.