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-Many NBA mock drafts have Nerlens Noel going #1 overall to the Cleveland Cavaliers. However, some in Cleveland are against the idea as Noel is considered to be undersized for his position after his knee injury. FearTheSword.com (Cleveland’s SB Nation site) dug up information on past players’ heights and weights before they entered the league and found that Nerlens may not be so undersized after all.

-Speaking of the NBA Draft, CBS Sports recently released their initial predictions for next month’s selection meeting with Nerlens Noel as the unanimous #1 pick. Jeff Goodman and Matt Moore’s complete mock drafts can be found here.

-Packers Quarterback, Aaron Rodgers says Randall Cobb is “a star in the making,” and Cobb himself thinks there’s room for future growth. “I really don’t think I’ve peaked yet. I’m 22 years old. I’ve got a lot of learning still to do.NFL.com has great write-up on what Cobb’s impact with the Packers can be going forward.

Enes Kanter may be sidelined until August according to the Salt Lake Tribune. This after an April shoulder surgery. According to doctors, his recovery is ahead of schedule, but there’s no specific timetable for return.

-Wesley Woodyard has made an impact on the field during his career as a Denver Bronco, but it’s his impact off the field which truly resonates with the community. PredominantlyOrange.com has the story.

Article written by Jonathan Schuette

11 Comments for Sunday Morning Links



  1. KYStout
    10:21 am May 26, 2013 Permalink

    Women’s Softball lost 5-4 to ASU in the Super Regional. Game two is tonight on ESPN.



  2. tyson
    10:37 am May 26, 2013 Permalink

    “McCarthy will make an even more conscious effort to emphasize Cobb this season because playmakers need the ball in their hands.”

    Joker. Joker? Are you listening?



  3. Rixter
    10:49 am May 26, 2013 Permalink

    Did Nerlens shrink after his knee surgery?



  4. Rixter
    10:51 am May 26, 2013 Permalink

    Kanter will be out until August. Out of what????



  5. Rixter
    10:53 am May 26, 2013 Permalink

    This is what happens when you drink heavily, then try to write a story (even if that story is mostly links to other stories)



  6. Don't get it
    10:59 am May 26, 2013 Permalink

    Is anyone else as uninterested is Kanter as I am? He never played a game for UK. I love KSR and read everyday, but I wish there’d be more stories about the players who managed to stay here more than one year.



  7. This Is It...
    11:06 am May 26, 2013 Permalink

    #1…4 HR for the girls and they still lost..All solos…back to back to back in one inning…



  8. Schuette balls
    11:15 am May 26, 2013 Permalink

    A little softball update would have been good.



  9. Daveinlouisville
    11:33 am May 26, 2013 Permalink

    After much serious thought and reflection, I think Mclemore is the best pick at #1. Dominant teams have players like him. Players like Noel are hard to find, but if you have a Mclemore, you can get by with a less-talented center. Mclemore has all the tools to be a superstar. I think Noel is going to be a good pro, but much more like Joaqim Noah than Dwight Howard.



  10. Fancy feast
    1:10 pm May 26, 2013 Permalink

    Breaking news: knee surgeries linked to bodily shrinkage. I find it hard to believe that the deadlines at ksr are so strict as to prevent any time for proof reading. Please obviate the need for critical comments by quickly glancing over your nonsense.



  11. You suck
    2:41 pm May 26, 2013 Permalink

    You are a pathetic writer, I mean seriously. So Noel’s knee injury caused him to be undersized for his position? Dafuq are you smoking?