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10 responses to “Grant Williams will enter NBA Draft, leaving door open for potential return”

  1. Mathlete

    Rocky Flop, you’ll always be
    A second round draftee
    Good ol Rocky Flop
    Stuck in the Sweet 16

  2. az1006

    God, I hope he stays in the draft. I can’t deal with another year of his constant flopping and whining. And that’s what I don’t understand. He seems like a very intelligent, genuinely great kid when he’s doing interviews and things like that. But, on the court, he is the absolute worst kinda player: one that resorts to bush-league nonsense, and is talented enough not to.

  3. CATandMONKEY

    Best to keep his options open; just in case he flops in the NBA.

  4. recliner coach

    Way too soft, he is going to really get knocked and not get the call. He Has talent doesnt need to rely on flopping. Pros will tell him to get his azz up everything he shoots and falls down.

  5. Cokely53

    This guy is what he is. His stock can’t really improve by coming back but he’s not a first round pick. Only decision he has is if he wants to get to the D league this year or next. Heck if he comes back he could play himself out of the draft. Especially since his team will be lacking the talent they had this year and he gets exposed.

    1. chrislarkey

      Needs to declare now.

  6. Jiminy Crickets

    So he could flip flop his decision?

    1. KYJelly

      He should stay on he draft. It’s a weak draft this year, it won’t be next. Barnes & Co need to do what’s best for Grant

  7. Thetruthshallsetbennyfree

    With what UT is losing he’ll be double teamed all year and will get his draft stock diminished if he returns.

  8. Smyrna_Cat

    I keep trying to read this article, but my laptop keeps flopping shut and making this awful whining sound.