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KZ Okpala declares for NBA Draft

Men’s basketball’s sophomore forward Kezie “KZ” Okpala officially declared his eligibility for the NBA draft on Wednesday night, submitting his name to the NBA’s Undergraduate Advisory Committee. Okpala, whose name has been tossed around in lottery-pick mock drafts all season, has the chance to be the first Stanford player drafted in the lottery since Robin and Brook Lopez in 2008.

Anthony Brown drafted to Los Angeles Lakers

At the NBA draft Thursday night, Anthony Brown ’15 became the third Cardinal player drafted to the NBA in the last two years, joining Josh Huestis ’14 and Dwight Powell ’14. Brown, a southern California native, was drafted 34th by his childhood team, the Los Angeles Lakers. His ability to shoot from deep and defend on…

Chasson Randle to play in Summer League for Golden State Warriors

Former Stanford hoops star Chasson Randle ‘15 has committed to the Golden State Warriors’ Summer League Roster after going undrafted in Thursday night’s 2015 NBA Draft. The fearless point guard forged a historic legacy during his Stanford career. He departs as Stanford’s all-time leading scorer with 2,375 career points. Randle also boasts attractive post-season experience:…

Teo: An issue with tanking?

The strategy of “tanking” ― to purposely do poorly for a year in order to receive a high draft pick ― is found everywhere in professional sports. One could call it cheating, a dirty trick and unethical, but it certainly works. A recent example would be the Philadelphia 76ers, who have been among the worst…