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Briscoe says “it’s decision time” after final workout

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Isaiah Briscoe wrapped up his final pre-draft workout earlier today in Atlanta. Afterward, he took to Instagram to thank the Hawks for having him and to tell his fans, “this whole process has been fun i enjoyed every part of it. now its decision time.”

thank you Atlanta. this whole process has been fun i enjoyed every part of it. now its decision time 💭

A photo posted by Isaiah Briscoe (@zaaay_) on

Briscoe also had workouts with San Antonio, both Los Angeles organizations, Minnesota, and Brooklyn, his hometown team.

He and Marcus Lee have until tomorrow’s early-entrant deadline to return to school.

Please come back.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

12 Comments for Briscoe says “it’s decision time” after final workout



  1. 25OR624
    6:17 pm May 24, 2016 Permalink

    Whose decision? His game could use another year at UK. Hat to see him relegated to D-league perpetuity.



    • catdaddyd
      11:07 pm May 24, 2016 Permalink

      Rondo couldn’t shoot and it worked at for him. I believe he was a poor free throw shooter as well. Would love to have Briscoe back but you never know.



  2. WeareBBN
    6:18 pm May 24, 2016 Permalink

    he has 3 choices.
    1. return to UK
    2.go across the pond
    3.hope to make a team after the draft{he is not getting drafted} and play in Dleague



  3. bigabes4uk
    6:53 pm May 24, 2016 Permalink

    Hope both come back! I know we got enough to get the ship, but man I’d feel soooo much better if those 2 guys were on the roster next season



  4. DelrayCat
    7:35 pm May 24, 2016 Permalink

    He is not coming back. His stock is probably as high as it ever will be. A 19 yr old who cant shoot may be fixable in an NBA system…but a 21-22 yr old who can’t shoot would likely never be given the chance.



    • DelrayCat
      7:36 pm May 24, 2016 Permalink

      Briscoe is no worse than Archie Goodwin…maybe even a better defender, and he has made some nice coin riding the pine for PHX the last couple of years.



    • Bobbum Man
      7:42 pm May 24, 2016 Permalink

      He’s absolutely nothing like Archie Goodwin, and in NBA chances he is far worse, goodwin was always a great scorer and athlete. He just made some really bad decisions and took really bad shots which are teachable. Briscoe could absolutely improve his stock, and working on ur shot is absolutely something u can improve. He’s a great defender who could transition into a nice role player if he works on his shot. But if I was him I’d focus on mainly being a lock down defender and look for a Tony Allen type of career. Two of the worst arguments I’ve ever seen



    • UK Big Board Update
      8:58 pm May 24, 2016 Permalink

      Its official: after reading several of his posts today, its been established that DelrayCat is a complete moron.



  5. Luether
    7:59 pm May 24, 2016 Permalink

    Not coming back to school would be just pain stupid…



  6. shelby
    8:39 pm May 24, 2016 Permalink

    People forget that Briscoe is a fantastic talent–a TRUE point guard who spent all last year playing behind Tyler Ulis. He can pass, handle, defend, penetrate and only needs to get his stroke back to be a legit high first rounder. I’m telling u right now if he returns, fox will have a fight on his hands for the starting pg spot.



    • cats paw
      9:51 pm May 24, 2016 Permalink

      People forget that the game of basketball is won or lost on one simple ability. The ability to actually score points. Being the worse shooter in college basketball history doesn’t bode well for this young man. Slap the lipstick on as thick as you can with defense, rebounding, etc…..it’s still a pig that can’t shoot.



    • Bobbum Man
      9:17 am May 25, 2016 Permalink

      What a stupid statement… It’s also won or lost on the ability to stop the opposing team from scoring points, so yea… Defense matters