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GatorMan32
04-18-2015, 10:30 PM
Uh, paging basketball recruits.

The results may come as a surprise to some, but here are the 15 schools with the most representatives in the 2015 NBA Playoffs.

NBA Playoff Participants by College
1. FLORIDA GATORS (10)
Bradley Beal, Washington
Matt Bonner, San Antonio
Corey Brewer, Houston
Nick Calathes, Memphis
Al Horford, Atlanta
David Lee, Golden State
Mike Miller, Cleveland
Joakim Noah, Chicago
Chandler Parsons, Dallas
Marreese Speights, Golden State

T-2. DUKE BLUE DEVILS (9)
Elton Brand, Atlanta
Mike Dunleavy, Chicago
Kyrie Irving, Cleveland
Dahntay Jones, LA Clippers
Jabari Parker, Milwaukee
Mason Plumlee, Brooklyn
Miles Plumlee, Milwaukee
J.J. Redick, LA Clippers
Austin Rivers, LA Clippers

T-2. NORTH CAROLINA TAR HEELS (9)
Harrison Barnes, Golden State
Vince Carter, Memphis
Raymond Felton, Dallas
Danny Green, San Antonio
Tyler Hansbrough, Toronto
Brendan Haywood, Cleveland
John Henson, Milwaukee
James Michael McAdoo, Golden State
Tyler Zeller, Boston

4. KENTUCKY WILDCATS (8)
Anthony Davis, New Orleans
Chuck Hayes, Toronto
Terrence Jones, Houston
Nazr Mohammed, Chicago
Patrick Patterson, Toronto
Rajon Rondo, Dallas
John Wall, Washington
James Young, Boston

5. UCLA BRUINS (7)
Jordan Adams, Memphis
Arron Afflalo, Portland
Kyle Anderson, San Antonio
Trevor Ariza, Houston
Matt Barnes, LA Clippers
Jrue Holiday, New Orleans
Kevin Love, Cleveland

6. WASHINGTON HUSKIES (6)
Spencer Hawes, LA Clippers
Justin Holiday, Golden State
Quincy Pondexter, New Orleans
Terrence Ross, Toronto
Isaiah Thomas, Boston
C.J. Wilcox, LA Clippers

T-7. ARIZONA WILDCATS (5)
Jerryd Bayless, Milwaukee
Andre Iguodala, Golden State
Richard Jefferson, Dallas
Nick Johnson, Houston
Jason Terry, Houston

T-7. KANSAS JAYHAWKS (5)
Drew Gooden, Washington
Kirk Hinrich, Chicago
Paul Pierce, Washington
Brandon Rush, Golden State
Jeff Withey, New Orleans

T-7. TEXAS LONGHORNS (5)
LaMarcus Aldridge, Portland
Avery Bradley, Boston
Jordan Hamilton, LA Clippers
Cory Joseph, San Antonio
Tristan Thompson, Cleveland

T-7. WAKE FOREST DEMON DEACONS (5)
Al-Farouq Aminu, Dallas
Tim Duncan, San Antonio
James Johnson, Toronto
Chris Paul, LA Clippers
Jeff Teague, Atlanta

T-12. GEORGIA TECH YELLOW JACKETS (4)
Will Bynum, Washington
Jarrett Jack, Brooklyn
Iman Shumpert, Cleveland
Thaddeus Young, Brooklyn

T-12. LSU TIGERS (4)
Brandon Bass, Boston
Glen Davis, LA Clippers
Johnny O’Bryant, Milwaukee
Garrett Temple, Washington

T-12. OHIO STATE BUCKEYES (4)
Mike Conley, Memphis
Kosta Koufos, Memphis
Jared Sullinger, Boston
Evan Turner, Boston

T-12. STANFORD CARDINAL (4)
Landry Fields, Toronto
Brook Lopez, Brooklyn
Robin Lopez, Portland
Dwight Powell, Dallas

http://247sports.com/Bolt/Which-schools-have-the-most-former-players-in-the-NBA-Playoffs-36849845

GR8NESS
04-19-2015, 11:27 PM
It's not our fault all of our players were recent lottery picks and on sh*tty teams ;)

GatorMan32
04-20-2015, 11:55 PM
LOL this was not really a UF-UK thing LOL

Just proud of the tradition Billy has built where it had been minimal at best before.

GoDores
04-21-2015, 12:43 PM
GM, what's the latest on Billy? Going to the NBA?

Wave&Dawgs
04-21-2015, 02:44 PM
LOL this was not really a UF-UK thing LOL

Just proud of the tradition Billy has built where it had been minimal at best before.

You must have missed the memo gman, everything is about UK!

XPS
04-21-2015, 03:20 PM
You must have missed the memo gman, everything is about UK!

Those damn UK fans.....

GR8NESS
04-21-2015, 10:04 PM
LOL this was not really a UF-UK thing LOL

Just proud of the tradition Billy has built where it had been minimal at best before.

I know, I was just teasing. Can't even make a joke around this place if you wear UK colors I guess, W&D?

GatorMan32
04-22-2015, 12:06 AM
Oh I don't know. Sorry Brum.

Go I think he stays. He is best friends with Grant. If he was leaving he IMO would not have brought him back first.

kentubbybasketball
04-22-2015, 06:47 AM
GM is Grant even technically there yet tho? When D rehired him as an asst, Grant said he had loose ends to tie up first and it would take a while, such as hid son graduating in Tuscaloosa. I'm sure if D went to OKC or something, Grant would be welcome to follow, since he hasn't quite made the move yet Gainesville anyway.

GatorMan32
04-22-2015, 09:32 AM
I don't know if he's physically there but you'd think his NBA staff would center on guys who've coached there before since he hadn't. I don't think he is going though.

kentubbybasketball
04-22-2015, 11:29 AM
GM, NBA staffs sometimes have 8 guys or more. He would find a spot for AG if needed. I personally don't think D is leaving either but the reason is not for AG. AG is going to be fine regardless. He planned on being out of coaching anyway this year until Will Wade left UTC, setting up McCall to leave your staff to begin with.

GatorMan32
04-22-2015, 12:34 PM
Yeah. I think it's like the annual Cal watch. Not going anywhere and it's basically random rumors.

kentubbybasketball
04-22-2015, 01:06 PM
Yeah, it's been pretty quiet on the Cal front. Each year I think helps. Cal is 56 afterall.

The way Bradley Beal said D would leave is kinda crazy tho.

kentubbybasketball
04-22-2015, 02:00 PM
The first potential domino has dropped. OKC has fired Scotty Brooks (sad state of affairs when a guy with his record gets fired, but it's the NBA). D and Ollie are the main names out there and Tom Thibedeau. Fred Hoiberg would be interesting to me too. I'm not hearing this name but what about Bill Self too? He has the Oklahoma roots. Culturally, he might be the best fit for OKC.

I'm not sure who the best guys in the NBA are going forward. I would argue Anthony Davis, but maybe that's bias. However, I'd say Kevin Durant (if he can come back and be healthy) is right there with Davis, Curry, Harden, etc. Who wouldn't want to coach him?

GatorMan32
04-22-2015, 04:52 PM
I think Ollie makes the most sense from the standpoint of his NBA experience. Who knows? I think TT got a raw deal in Chicago and he could be interesting.