By Trevor Zickgraf, Project Spurs.com
The NBA is heading in to a very exciting time. First we're fast approaching the All-Star Break and then the trading deadline. In fact, with the All-Star weekend and the trade deadline less than a week apart, we're likely to hear rumors flying around the entire week. After that it's a sprint to the end of the regular season.
Similarly, it's an exciting time for NCAA hoops. Conference play is about half way over, then it'll be conference tournament time, then it'll be time for March Madness. From an NBA Draft perspective, several draft boards look very different then they did at the beginning of November. All season long I've been tracking who could be available at the back end of the draft where, barring any sort of trade, the Spurs will be picking in June. There's one guy who's gone from a top five pick to a mid to late first round prospect. There's another guy who is having an incredible season but can't seem to get rise on any draft board.
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