Judgment Day Profile: Doron Lamb

Drew Franklinover 9 years


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Today, we are previewing the decisions of all five of UK's underclassmen who are set to announce this evening. Time for Doron... NBADraft.net projection: 18th overall pick, Denver Nuggets Draft Express projection:  3rd pick (2nd round), Cleveland Cavaliers ESPN Insider projection:  30th overall pick, Chicago Bulls Why he should enter the NBA Draft: With Doron Lamb, what you see is basically what you get. He's an undersized, combo guard with the best jumper in the draft. He's a mid-to-late first round pick, no matter when he comes out, so why not leave on a high note as the second leading scorer on a championship team? Why he should return to Kentucky: This draft class is loaded with skilled guards: Jeremy Lamb, Bradley Beal, Austin Rivers, John Jenkins, Terrence Ross, Dion Waiters, Tony Wroten, and John Jenkins. He could also stand to improve his ballhandling skills by coming back for another season and running the point behind Ryan Harrow. Chance of a return: 10% KSR prediction:  Lamb will leave and get picked up by a team like the Denver Nuggets somewhere in the 15-25 range of the first round.  

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