ACC Lottery Picks–1990s Quiz – By TheConfidential

ACC Lottery Picks–1990s Quiz – By TheConfidential.

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THE NBA DRAFT, ACC RECAP

Not sure why the title of this entry is all-caps, but… well… too lazy to fix it.  In any event, the ACC had a very good NFL draft, with 9 players drafted in the first round.  The first round of the NBA draft went pretty well too, with 7 of the first 30 selections coming from the ACC.  Overall, 12 of the 60 selections were ACC… exactly 20%.  Given that 14 players were from foreign countries, that means that 12 of 46–selections were ACC, more than 25%.  Not too shabby.  Nicely done, ACC!

 

#
Team
Player
H
W
P
School
1
 Minnesota
Karl-Anthony Towns
7-0
250
C
Kentucky
2
 LA Lakers
D’Angelo Russell
6-4
195
PG/SG
Ohio State
3
 Philadelphia
Jahlil Okafor
6-11
270
C
Duke
4
 New York
Kristaps Porzingis
7-1
230
PF
Latvia
5
 Orlando
Mario Hezonja
6-8
215
SG/SF
Croatia
6
 Sacramento
Willie Cauley-St…
7-0
242
C
Kentucky
7
 Denver
Emmanuel Mudiay
6-5
200
PG
Congo
8
 Detroit
Stanley Johnson
6-6
242
SF
Arizona
9
 Charlotte
Frank Kaminsky
7-1
230
C
Wisconsin
10
 Miami
Justise Winslow
6-6
222
SG/SF
Duke
11
 Indiana
Myles Turner
6-11
240
C
Texas
12
 Utah
Trey Lyles
6-10
240
PF
Kentucky
13
 Phoenix
Devin Booker
6-6
205
SG
Kentucky
14
 Oklahoma Cty
Cameron Payne
6-2
185
PG
Murray St.
15
 Atlanta
Kelly Oubre
6-7
205
SF
Kansas
16
 Boston
Terry Rozier
6-2
190
PG
Louisville
17
 Milwaukee
Rashad Vaughn
6-5
200
SG
UNLV
18
 Houston
Sam Dekker
6-9
220
SF
Wisconsin
19
 Washington
Jerian Grant
6-4
200
PG
Notre Dame
20
 Toronto
Delon Wright
6-5
180
PG/SG
Utah
21
 Dallas
Justin Anderson
6-6
230
SG/SF
Virginia
22
 Chicago
Bobby Portis
6-11
245
PF
Arkansas
23
 Portland
Rondae Hollis-Je…
6-7
210
SF
Arizona
24
 Cleveland
Tyus Jones
6-1
185
PG
Duke
25
 Memphis
Jarell Martin
6-9
240
PF
LSU
26
 San Antonio
Nikola Milutinov
7-0
225
PF/C
Serbia
27
 LA Lakers
Larry Nance Jr.
6-9
230
PF
Wyoming
28
 Boston
RJ Hunter
6-6
185
SG
Georgia St.
29
 Brooklyn
Chris McCullough
6-9
200
PF
Syracuse
30
 Golden St.
Kevon Looney
6-9
222
PF
UCLA
31
 Minnesota
Cedi Osman
6-8
215
SF
Turkey
32
 Houston
Montrezl Harrell
6-8
255
PF
Louisville
33
 Boston
Jordan Mickey
6-8
240
PF
LSU
34
 LA Lakers
Anthony Brown
6-7
210
SG/SF
Stanford
35
 Philadelphia
Guillermo Hernan…
6-11
250
PF/C
Spain
36
 Minnesota
Rakeem Christmas
6-9
245
PF/C
Syracuse
37
 Philadelphia
Richaun Holmes
6-9
245
PF
Bowling Green
38
 Detroit
Darrun Hilliard
6-7
220
SG
Villanova
39
 Charlotte
Juan Vaulet
6-7
200
SG/SF
Argentina
40
 Miami
Josh Richardson
6-6
200
SG
Tennessee
41
 Brooklyn
Pat Connaughton
6-5
215
SG
Notre Dame
42
 Utah
Olivier Hanlan
6-4
185
PG/SG
Boston College
43
 Indiana
Joseph Young
6-2
185
PG/SG
Oregon
44
 Phoenix
Andrew Harrison
6-6
215
PG/SG
Kentucky
45
 Boston
Marcus Thornton WM
6-3
180
PG/SG
William & Mary
46
 Milwaukee
Norman Powell
6-4
215
SG
UCLA
47
 Philadelphia
Arturas Gudaitis
6-10
255
PF
Lithuania
48
 Oklahoma Cty
Dakari Johnson
7-0
260
C
Kentucky
49
 Washington
Aaron White
6-9
220
SF/PF
Iowa
50
 Atlanta
Marcus Eriksson
6-7
190
SG
Sweden
51
 Orlando
Tyler Harvey
6-4
180
SG
Eastern Washi…
52
 Dallas
Satnam Singh Bha…
7-2
290
C
India
53
 Cleveland
Sir’Dominic Poin…
6-6
190
SF
St. Johns
54
 Utah
Daniel Diez
6-8
220
SF/PF
Spain
55
 San Antonio
Cady Lalanne
6-9
240
C
Massachusetts
56
 New Orleans
Branden Dawson
6-7
230
SF/PF
Michigan St.
57
 Denver
Nikola Radicevic
6-5
200
PG/SG
Serbia
58
 Philadelphia
JP Tokoto
6-6
195
SG/SF
North Carolina
59
 Atlanta
Dimitrios Agrava…
6-10
235
PF
Greece
60
 Philadelphia
Luka Mitrovic
6-8
200
SF/PF
Serbia

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The Football Over-Unders for 2015: Pitt

This article is another in a series of articles in which the Confidential opines regarding the over/under for football wins in 2015.  We’ll take a cursory look at the schedule and determine what we think is the point where folks will struggle to select “over” or “under.”  We hope people will share their comments as to “why” they are going over/under.  If you disagree with our over/under choice, of course, feel free to let us know too.  The next team up: Pitt.  We are going with an over/under of 6.5 regular season wins.

  1. September 5 vs. Youngstown St
  2. September 12 @ Akron
  3. September 19 @ Iowa
  4. October 3 @ Virginia Tech
  5. October 10 vs Virginia
  6. October 17 @ Georgia Tech
  7. October 24 @ Syracuse
  8. October 29 vs. North Carolina
  9. November 7 vs. Notre Dame
  10. November 14 @ Duke
  11. November 21 vs. Louisville
  12. November 28 vs Miami

Likely wins: Youngstown St. and Akron

Likely losses: @ Iowa and Notre Dame

Summary: Pitt is really tough to figure out.  They have been upset by FCS teams in the past, making Youngstown State and Akron (road game) less than certain.  Meanwhile, the remain games are pretty much all contests where there would be no surprising result.  Would you be shocked if Pitt beat Iowa and Notre Dame, but lost to Syracuse and Virginia?  Nope.  Would any combination of wins/losses be a true surprise?  No.  So we say Pitt goes 2-0 to open the season and then it is a crapshoot as to whether and to what extent Pitt gets more or less than 6.5 wins.  The Confidential goes with an over-under of 6.5 wins.

What do you think?  Over or under?  Let us know.

Prior discussions: Florida State Georgia Tech Wake Forest

 

The Football Over-Unders for 2015: Wake Forest

This article is another in a series of articles in which the Confidential opines regarding the over/under for football wins in 2015.  We’ll take a cursory look at the schedule and determine what we think is the point where folks will struggle to select “over” or “under.”  We hope people will share their comments as to “why” they are going over/under.  If you disagree with our over/under choice, of course, feel free to let us know too.  The next team up: Wake Forest.  We are going with an over/under of 3.5 regular season wins.

  1. September 3 vs. Elon
  2. September 12 @ Syracuse
  3. September 19 @Army
  4. September 26 vs. Indiana
  5. October 3 vs. Florida State
  6. October 10 @ Boston College
  7. October 17 @ North Carolina
  8. October 24 vs. North Carolina State
  9. October 30 vs. Louisville
  10. November 14 @ Notre Dame
  11. November 21 @ Clemson
  12. November 28 vs. Duke

Likely wins: Elon, Army, Indiana

Likely losses: @ Notre Dame, @ Clemson, Florida State, Louisville

Summary: Wake Forest walks into the season with two or three likely wins and at least four likely losses.  That leaves five toss-up games: @ Syracuse, @ Boston College, @ North Carolina, vs. North Carolina State, and vs. Duke.  Would it shock you to see Wake Forest lose all of those games?  Not really.  The Demon Deacons have a ways to go.  It is nice that they get to play all of the North Carolina schools this year though.  The Confidential goes with an over-under of 3.5 wins.

What do you think?  Over or under?  Let us know.

Prior discussions: Florida State & Georgia Tech