Should they stay, or should they go?

May, 3, 2010
Luke Babbitt/Avery Bradley/Gordon HaywardIcon SMINevada's Luke Babbitt and Butler's Gordon Hayward should stay in the draft -- either because they've already signed with an agent or are slam-dunk draft prospects. Texas' Avery Bradley, however, has a tough call to make before the May 8 deadline.

Eighty underclassmen have declared for 60 spots in the NBA Draft. The math doesn't add up. Whose calculations were most wrong? ESPN Insiders Doug Gottlieb, Fran Fraschilla and Chad Ford all have an opinion, especially on Texas guard Avery Bradley.

Gottlieb: Baylor's Ekpe Udoh is a no-brainer, and should stay. Oklahoma's Willie Warren has no choice, since he's signed with an agent. Avery Bradley, however ... For more, click here (Insider content).

Fraschilla: Bradley is a great kid, but he's not ready to help NBA teams after one year at Texas. For more, click here (Insider content).

Ford: Udoh looks like a lock to be a lottery pick, but Bradley's up-and-down performances raise questions and he might be better off with another season at Texas. For more, click here (Insider content).

To see the entire 2010 NBA draft early entry list, click here.



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