The Knicks Blog: Fordham Basketball coach talks about A-10 prospects and Charles Jenkins

CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW and watch the video interview between Tommy Dee of The Knicks Blog talking NBA Draft, Charles Jenkins of Hofsta, Fordham University, and A-1o prospects….

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…What is interesting about this interview is the way he talks about the Atlantic 10. I think fans saw it watching the NCAA tournament that Richmond was a very good team almost making it to the Elite eight, Xavier got beat out by a very good Marquette team early but played well all year, and Temple beat a hot Penn St. team and almost beat San Diego St. in Overtime. The Atlantic 10 has gotten so good that sometimes you miss out on players like Kevin Anderson of Richmond, Andrew Nicholson of St. Bonaventure, and Damien Saunders from Duquesne. These players are really good and sometimes the NBA misses out on that talent. I know in particular La Salle’s Steven Smith was the best player in the A-10 and best NBA ready player that never was drafted. Played in the D-League and never got his chance. The only way you can make it is if you have the publicity and you are visited by a ton of NBA scouts. I think Coach Pecora got into detail about that and I know every kid is working hard on living there dream of making it to the NBA…

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