Five More Blue Devils Could Hear Their Names Called In The Nba Draft
Duke basketball has produced some of the biggest names in the NBA. Five more Blue Devils could hear their names called in the first round on Thursday. Some could even be saddled with the dreaded "b" word. The higher the pick, the higher the standards. Justise Winslow was a standout one-and-done player for the Blue Devils.He has averaged double-digit point totals only four times in his career. Danny Ferry was a regular starter for the Red Raiders in four years. He started 96 games over his final seven years in the NFL. Cherokee Parks was a consistent double-dig scorer for Duke.He was selected 12th overall by the Mavericks in 1995. Parks spent nine years in his NBA, but he was never an impact player. William Avery started one game in his three-year NBA career. He averaged a career-best 2. 8 points in the 2000-01 season. Tate Armstrong was selected 13th Overall by the Bulls in 1977.Nolan Smith was selected 21st overall by the Trail Blazers in 2011. He played in only 26 games in his second season with just 2. 5 points per game in the league. The first Alaskan-born NBA player, Trajan Langdon played for the Cavaliers from 1998-99.He never averaged more than six points per minute and started in only five games in 119 games across his three years career. Jabari Parker has been plagued by injuries throughout his career, Jahlil Okafor was the No. 1 recruit in the nation.He had 17. 5 point and 7 rebounds per game during his rookie season. Shelden Williams never picked up his game in the NBA. He bounced around to play for seven teams in his six-year career. .