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Target container is not valid. This usually means you rendered a different component type or props on the client from the one on the server, or your render methods are impure. React cannot handle this case due to cross-browser quirks by rendering at the document root. Like it or not, Wright's 6-foot height always will be a question.
Yet he is strong and sturdy floor general unafraid of mixing it up inside. Already a five-star prospect in terms of attitude and work ethic, continuing to improve his outside shooting touch and assist-to-turnover rate will bolster Wright's pro prospects. Coach Tad Boyle continues to stress Walton is a work in progress. Yet if the Arvada native keeps pushing his production on the glass and defensively, 7-foot players who are light on their feet and can knock down an open shot tend to get NBA opportunities.
Battey hasn't played competitive basketball the past two years and is recovering from a stroke late in , but his mix of size and skill is intriguing. Namon Wright boasts many of the same skills as King but hasn't yet played at an elite level in any aspect, as King did while leading the Pac in 3-point percentage two years ago and ranking fifth in rebounding this past year. Schwartz certainly didn't flash NBA potential as a freshman in , averaging 3. But he is a long-armed 6-foot-7 with a smooth shooting touch.
And remember, King averaged a whopping 5. Reid Travis' departure from Stanford to join Kentucky for one season as a graduate transfer doesn't necessarily alter the balance of power at the top of the Pac Conference.
It does, however, widen the window of opportunity the Colorado men's basketball team will attempt to break through during the season. At the outset of summer the Pac picture looks much the same as it did at the conclusion of the campaign, with Oregon and its top-five recruiting class expected to play the role of league favorite with UCLA, USC, Arizona, and perhaps Washington and Arizona State harboring goals of catching the Ducks.
At the very least, the Buffaloes figure to jockey for the top spot behind those front-runners, if they don't crash the conference race. Stanford also figured to be a fixture in that middle pack, but without Travis the Cardinal is far less intimidating.
And after Oregon, the remainder of the early Pac contenders shouldn't be out of reach for the maturing Buffs. The Buffs are attempting to finalize one game before releasing the nonconference schedule This week Cal added Matz Stockman, a graduate transfer from Minnesota who will be eligible immediately.
Stockman never actually played for Minnesota, sitting out the season per NCAA transfer rules after joining the Golden Gophers following three years as a lightly-used backup at Louisville. Cal coach Wyking Jones formerly was an assistant at Louisville This week USC landed a player who, in effect, is likely to be the top walk-on in the Pac California prep star Drake London committed to the Trojans for football but also is expected to play basketball. Reid Travis' departure from Stanford shakes up league outlook.
Colorado's Dallas Walton is a big man that can knock down an open shot and is light on his feet. These 4 Americans defected to North Korea in the s.