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An international prospect with tantalizing potential and several college freshmen headline the list of wings in the NBA draft.
Luka Doncic , the 19-year-old Slovenian playing in Spain, is mentioned as a possible No. 1 overall pick. After Doncic is a group featuring Miami’s Lonnie Walker IV as a possible late lottery pick, as well as first-round prospects in Oregon’s Troy Brown and Villanova’s Donte DiVincenzo – the Final Four’s most outstanding player in April.
Here’s a look at the top wing prospects in Thursday’s draft:
Doncic has the ability to stretch the floor with his shot and has the versatility to play at point guard or off the ball.
STRENGTHS: He’s a skilled prospect with polished ability to score or run the offense as an adept passer. He has shown the ability to knock down outside shots with deep range and a stepback move. He can shoot over smaller guards, whether off the dribble or in the post, with a 6-foot-7, 220-pound frame. He helped Real Madrid win a EuroLeague championship while averaging about 15 points, five rebounds and five assists.
CONCERNS: As with any overseas prospect, there’s the question of how well his game will translate to the NBA. There’s also uncertainty as to how he’ll match up with more explosive athletes.
The Miami freshman is athletic with the ability to score.
STRENGTHS: While he averaged just 11.5 points , he got better as the season wore on. He was in double figures in 14 of the last 17 games after a slow start. He also has a sturdy frame, checking in at 6-4 and 196 pounds with a 6-10 wingspan at the combine.
CONCERNS: He made just 34.6 percent of his 3-point tries and was inconsistent as a college rookie.
The 6-7 wing is Oregon’s first one-and-done freshman.
STRENGTHS: Brown has the versatility to play at guard or small forward. He made his biggest impact on defense (team-best 55 steals) and on the glass (team-best 6.2 rebounds per game) with a roughly 6-10 wingspan.
CONCERNS: The outside shot needs to improve. Brown made just 32 of 110 attempts from 3-point range (29 percent), including 14 of 60 (23 percent) after the start of 2018.
One star-making turn in the NCAA championship game changed everything for the 6-5 redshirt sophomore out of Villanova.
STRENGTHS: Look no further than that title-game win against Michigan that doubled as his personal highlight reel. He had 31 points off the bench in an impressive display of outside shooting (five 3-pointers) and athleticism (including a two-handed block of a dunk attempt). He also checked in with a combine-best 42-inch vertical leap.
CONCERNS: DiVincenzo has a reputation as a bit of a streaky shooter and had a team-high 79 turnovers. And his rapid rise meant no one got to see him handle the challenge of being in a full-time leading role.
– GRAYSON ALLEN: Allen was hero (freshman spark in Duke’s 2015 title-game win) and villain (multiple tripping incidents) during a four-year career. But he’s an experienced scorer who attacked the rim, hit 3s and played both guard spots. The potential first-rounder also had the best time in the combine’s lane agility test, a sign he’s a bit more athletic than many think.
– KEVIN HUERTER: Maryland’s 6-7 sophomore offers perimeter size and outside shooting (nearly 42 percent on 3-pointers), which could land him in the first round.
– CHANDLER HUTCHISON: The 6-7 senior and first-round prospect averaged 20 points and 7.7 rebounds last year at Boise State .
– DE’ANTHONY MELTON: The 6-3 guard is a possible first-round pick with the potential to play either guard spot and defend. But he sat out last year due to eligibility concerns tied to the federal corruption investigation into college basketball.
– JOSH OKOGIE: The Georgia Tech sophomore (16.9 points in two seasons) with the 7-foot wingspan is likely to be a second-rounder.
– JEROME ROBINSON: The Atlantic Coast Conference’s No. 2 scorer (20.7) out of Boston College offers some combo-guard potential and could be a late first-rounder.
– ZHAIRE SMITH: Texas Tech’s freshman figures to go in the mid to late first round as an explosive athlete with defensive potential.
– GARY TRENT JR.: Another freshman guard (6-6, 209) and son of a former NBA first-round pick, Trent shot 40 percent from behind the arc at Duke. He’s a likely second-round pick.

In the two-week run-up to the Super Bowl , the New England Patriots will face plenty of questions about two things critical to the team’s success: Tom Brady’s right hand and Rob Gronkowski’s head.
Brady answered most of the concerns about whether the hand injury would hinder him with a strong performance in New England’s AFC championship game victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Gronkowski, meanwhile, will likely spend at least part of this week going through the concussion protocol. He suffered the injury on a helmet-to-helmet hit from Jacksonville safety Barry Church.
The game-changing tight end is Brady’s favorite target, and he missed last season’s Super Bowl run after undergoing season-ending back surgery.
There was no update from the Patriots on Gronk’s status Monday, but he was at the facility for team meetings.
”He was in pretty good spirits today when I spoke to him,” special teams captain Matt Slater said.
Recently, New England has fared well when Gronkowski has been sidelined. But that hasn’t always been the case.
The Patriots had plenty of time to adjust to his absence in 2016, when he played just eight games before the surgery. They also had Martellus Bennett to pick up the slack.
Since the start of last season Authentic Sam Darnold Jersey , New England is 12-1 without Gronk. In those games, the Patriots’ points per game actually increased from 28.6 to 28.8, although their yards per play declined from 8.1 to 7.6.
The offense was also better without him on third down and in the red zone. Over the past two seasons it converted on 49.3 percent of its chances on third down and scored touchdowns on 66 percent of its red zone trips without him, compared to 45 percent on third down and scoring touchdowns on 62.6 percent of red zone trips when he played.
From his rookie season in 2010 through 2015, his absence had a much greater impact.
The Patriots were 12-7 without Gronkowski over that span, averaging 31.5 points per game with him and 26.3 without him. The offense’s average yards per pass attempt also fell from 7.8 with him to 6.6 without him.
Before he was injured, Gronkowski passed Dallas Clark to become the NFL’s career leader for postseason yards at the position. And if the concussion were to sideline him for the Super Bowl, there’s not much depth behind him. The only tight ends on New England’s roster are Dwayne Allen and Jacob Hollister.
Allen has 10 receptions for 86 yards and a touchdown this season. Hollister has four catches for 42 yards and was inactive against Jacksonville.
Offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels said there is always a plan to adapt to injuries.
”You have to make some adjustments. We always go into the game with a certain idea of how we want to try to play it ,” he said. ”It certainly doesn’t always play out the way that you wanted it to or that you had hoped to or designed it to, but that happens in every game.
”So, everybody understands that that’s part of the game and when that happens, you just have to embrace whatever role you need to take on to help the team win.”
Brady still has stitches in his right thumb. He hopes to have them removed sometime this week, and he doesn’t expect the injury to be an issue once Super Bowl week arrives.
”And then I can just get out there and get normal treatment like I always do and be ready to go,” Brady said.
”This was a little injury at the end of the day. … I mean, I’ve had a lot worse injuries than this. If this was on my left hand, I could care less Manny Pina Milwaukee Brewers Jersey , but just based on where it was, we had to deal with it.”


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