Tag: NBA Draft
Even after he played his final collegiate basketball game, Josh Hart never stopped working. In fact, he might have even pushed harder, keeping himself more than busy this offseason. The 6-foot-5 wing worked out for 15 NBA teams, and now, his hard work has helped make his future a bit more clearer. Hart’s NBA dream became… Read More ›
The NBA Draft was underway in Brooklyn on Thursday night and despite being national champions, 60 names were called–none of them belonging to a Villanova Wildcat. It was the first time since 2010 that a team, fresh off of a national championship title run, did not have a single draftee. The previous team being Mike… Read More ›
Despite going undrafted on Thursday night, JayVaughn Pinkston’s dreams of making it to the NBA are still alive.
Some of the big story lines from this week, that of course begins with… Bethlehem Steel To The Motor City: The Detroit Pistons selected Darrun Hilliard with the 38th overall pick of the 2015 NBA Draft. He became the first Wildcat to be drafted since the Trail Blazers chose Dante Cunningham in 2009. This past season, Hilliard averaged… Read More ›
For Darrun Hilliard, it hasn’t always been easy. Yes, he has made contested three-pointers, dunks, and layups in traffic seem easy in front of a sold-out Pavilion crowd, but it’s hard to imagine that there was a time he didn’t have a lot of people cheering for him. In fact, when he first came to Villanova, some… Read More ›