Moore making most of shot with Panthers | CharlotteObserver.com
Kenny Moore is trying to prove that he belongs. Last year, Moore attended every workout, practice, and team meeting. He prepared for the games just like every other Panther, but he never got his shot on the field.
Ballin' is a Habit: NBA Draft Prospects: Jeff Teague, Wake Forest
This blog thinks Jeff Teague could be a Monta Ellis pre-injury.
The Hoops Report | 2009 NBA Draft Combine: Stock Up, Stock Down
Jeff Teague and James Johnson's stocks are down.
The King holds court - The Denver Post
Arnold Palmer has sage advice for the young Palmer Cup competitors
Joel Francisco: Harrison Barnes and Travis McKie were among the prospects who impressed at the Pangos All-American Camp - ESPN
Travis McKie (6-6, 180, SG/SF) 2010, Richmond, Va./ Marshall With the exception of the all-star game, McKie, a Luol Deng clone, dominated the camp -- including his match up with Harrison Barnes. This willowy wing-type can affect the game on many different levels. He plays with maximum energy at both ends and loves taking on the other team's best player. He has the innate ability to rebound, lead the fast break and deliver a nice assist. Due to his lanky frame, quickness, and above average ball skills, he is deadly slashing to the basket. At the hoop, he can finish with either hand. In addition, he hit a quite a few 3s during the camp and his release looked solid. McKie, who is a Wake Forest commit, will need to get stronger to take the pounding at the next level, but his talent is immense.
Quincy Miller (6-8, 205, PG) 2011, Raleigh, N.C./Quality Education Academy Miller wowed opponents and talent evaluators-alike in Long Beach during the Pangos All-America Camp, with his play over three days forcing anyone in attendance to lump him together with the very best that the national Class of 2011 has to offer. His quickness -- straight ahead, laterally and off of his feet -- borders on the startling. He easily outsprints opponents of his size in transition, and just as readily beat foes to the glass or iron, either while crashing the boards or facing up and attacking an opponent off the dribble. With continued refinement of handling and passing skills, it wouldn't be surprising to see him spend a lot of time as a wing on the college level.
JT Terrell, a 6-3 junior out of Burlington, N.C./ Cummings, put on a shooting display in the all-star game when he dropped in six 3s. He is a tremendous scorer with very long arms.
Melvin Tabb, a 6-8 member of the class of 2010 from Raleigh, NC/ Enloe, had a solid weekend dominating the interior at the camp. He has a strong physique, is an excellent rebounder