Adams going pro to provide for family
By Ray Fittipaldo / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette There is good news and bad news for Steven Adams, a 7-foot freshman center who decided to leave Pitt after one season to declare for the NBA draft.
The good: He is taking advantage of a weak draft class and NBA teams are always searching for 7-foot centers, especially ones with the athletic skills Adams possesses.
The bad: It might be a while before Adams is playing meaningful minutes in the league.
"It's a shame, really," said one longtime NBA scout who did not want to be identified because it is against NBA policy to comment on players... read more
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