NCAA Final Four: the favorites for the next NBA draft


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NCAA Final Four: the favorites for the next NBA draft

This Saturday, April 3, the NCAA Final Four will begin that will define the new United States college basketball champion. The focus will be on those players who are projected to be in the Draft 2021 of the NBA. With the absence of Cade cunningham, the most prominent and firm candidate to be number one, here we tell you who are the three to take into account.

JALEN SUGGS, THE GREAT FIGURE OF GONZAGA BULLDOGS

One of those who will be in the definition of the March Madness 2021 is Jalen Suggs, who plays in the Gonzaga Bulldogs. With an average of 14.3 points, 5.5 rebounds and 4.5 assists, was the great figure of the best team of the season, a betting favorite because is the first team to reach the Final Four undefeated since Hoosiers of Indiana in 1976.

With character and competitive gene, Suggs is a fixture to be in the NBA. Play as a point guard and stands out for his privileged physique: 193 centimeters and 90 kilos that, beyond his ability, allow him to be tough and tough on defense. He leads his team in steals -2 per game, occupies the third position in the rebounder category and has that innate instinct that leads to occupying spaces at the right time.

COREY KISPERT, THE GREAT SHOOTER OF GONZAGA BULLDOGS

NCAA Final Four: the favorites for the next NBA draft

If you talk about Gonzaga BulldogsYou can’t help but refer to the other great star of the NCAA sensation team: Corey Kispert. Finalist for the award given to the best player of the season, Kispert is the emblem of a team that arrives undefeated. He was surprised by his ability to score and has displayed all his effectiveness. He has impressed everyone throughout the course and in the scorer he has impressed everyone throughout the course and in the tournament he is showing off his effectiveness.

The 22-year-old basketball player, a fourth-year player at Gonzaga, he is projected to make the leap to the NBA and become an excellent shooter in the best league in the world. This season he averaged 19 points and 5 rebounds per game and it would not surprise him to be chosen in the top 10 of the next draft.

DAVION MITCHELL, THE WALL OF BAYLOR BEARS

NCAA Final Four: the favorites for the next NBA draft

Another of the teams that will play the Final Four is Baylor bears that among its ranks it has Davion Mitchell. The 22-year-old He stands out mainly for his good game in defense from where he supports his team. The point guard averaged 13.5 points, 4.8 assists and 2 steals per game, becoming the key to the victory against Arkansas in the previous round of the tournament. His trainer, Scott Drew, defined it simply as a “nightmare.”

His form of play is a perfect match with Baylor Bears. The team’s offense is perfectly suited to Mitchell’s game, as Drew’s team maintains constant space to give Mitchell room to stop the rim. Mitchell can operate with a unique variety of flips and floats and also used the space to attract additional defenders..

CADE CUNNINGHAM, THE GREAT ABSENT IN THE FINAL FOUR

NCAA Final Four: the favorites for the next NBA draft

The 19-year-old guard from Oklahoma State University has already announced that he will enter the 2021 Draft and the specialists project it as the first option to choose in the first round. He is considered one of the best young basketball players in the United States; however, he was left out in March Madness 2021 after Oklahoma fell to Oregon State. in the second round.


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