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Alas, here is the meat:
At yesterday's workout that included power forward Ekpe Udoh of Baylor, the Nets saw growth in Monroe.
"Monroe definitely has improved some parts of his game from the college season," said Nets assistant Tom Barrise who helped conduct the session. "He's got a little righty jump-hook I don't think we saw during the year."
And he's stronger. Add the improvements to the array of talent already in place and Monroe is no-brainer early in the draft. As is Udoh.
"You'll see both of them in the NBA," Barrise said, "and their names will be called pretty early."
"Top 10, I'd say maybe top eight," Barrise said. "By 10, both should be gone."
This is all well and good, but where can I get a damn VUVUZELA?
How does the PAC-10 feel about aiming for TEXAS, TEXAS A&M, OKLAHOMA, AND OKLAHOMA STATE and winding up with COLORADO and UTAH
How will TIGER WOODS do in THE U.S. OPEN?