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Podcast: NBA Draft preview for Michigan, Michigan State and the Big Ten

Brendan and Dylan preview this week’s NBA Draft from a Michigan and Michigan State perspective. They hit on Franz Wagner, Isaiah Livers, Aaron Henry and Chaundee Brown’s NBA chances before running through other Big Ten prospects who could hear their name on Thursday night.

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  1. therealmirman

    I have grown to really love these podcasts.

    This is basically me every time a new podcast drops

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  2. dirk

    Dylan shills for Aaron Henry in the podcast, and I guess I kind of agree. I see why Franz will be drafted higher, but both have a pretty similar archetype – PJ Tucker or so. Franz has (roughly) three inches, three 3-P percentage points and maybe three years on AH, so Franz should go higher. But Henry looks like he has prototypical 2/3 body. Maybe not quite the acceleration in the half court – he didn’t get the rim as much as it seemed like he should. On the other hand, with that team, the space was so bad … when I watched them, it didn’t feel like Henry missed a ton of plays.

  3. Voltron_Blue

    Not sure where else to put this, but thought it was pretty cool for Dylan’s podcast partner…

  4. silverblue

    Is that BQ caddying for Piot again today in the finals. If so, I’m guessing he’ll be pretty tired carrying those clubs for a 36 hole final! I will say, though, I’m guessing this isn’t gonna go much beyond 32 or 33 holes! Still, a log walk carrying clubs, giving yardages, replacing divots, raking bunkers, etc in the hot sun at Oakmont!

  5. silverblue

    For those who don’t know, I taught at…please don’t boo…Michigan State’s Golf Camp for 12 years in the 90’s and early 2000’s, and I either knew or knew of pretty much every great Michigan high school golfer from the mid eighties until 2005… OK, sorry, I know that sounds arrogant and I don’t want that, but seriously, I knew a lot of the James Piot’s during those couple of decades. I’m pretty stoked about him, and I hope he keeps playing well!

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