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2012 NBA Draft: Q&A Outtakes On John Henson, Kris Joseph, Fab Melo & Tyler Zeller

As mentioned the other day about the Golden State Warriors' decision to pass on UConn center Andre Drummond, every year there's a prospect our favorite team passes on that triggers what if questions. Here we look at a few other prospects that the Warriors didn't draft.

Vanderbilt coach Kevin Stallings on Festus Ezeli's ceiling: 'He really could develop into a dominant guy'

Vanderbilt coach Kevin Stallings took to the airwaves to discuss all three Vanderbilt prospects on WPRT-FM in Nashville and offered the highest praise for former center Festus Ezeli.

Q&A With SBN's Carolina March About Golden State Warriors 2012 Draft Pick Harrison Barnes

The general consensus is that the Golden State Warriors got a gem in Harrison Barnes at the seventh pick in the 2012 NBA Draft. For some insight on Barnes as a player, a Q&A with SBN's Carolina March.

2012 NBA Draft: SB Nation's Anchor of Gold On Festus Ezeli's Development & Battles With Anthony Davis

To gain a little insight on Vanderbilt center Festus Ezeli's development as a player and what his potential impact might be on the Golden State Warriors, the co-managers over at SB Nation's Vanderbilt site Anchor of Gold offer some nice insight not only on Ezeli's development over the years, but also on his past matchups with higher draft picks Anthony Davis and Tyler Zeller.

On The Golden State Warriors' Pursuit Of Harrison Barnes

Key decision makers for the Golden State Warriors flew out to New York yesterday for private workouts with UConn center Andre Drummond and North Carolina wing Harrison Barnes. However, it's not clear that Barnes is the guy they should be targeting at #7.

2012 SBN Blogger NBA Mock Draft: Jeffery Taylor & The Golden State Warriors' Options At #30

The 2012 SB Nation Blogger Mock Draft was posted yesterday and the GSoM crew collectively made the first round picks for the Golden State Warriors. The 30th pick was a little tougher than the 7th pick and the following is a look at prospects who might be available there.

NBA Draft 2012 Prospect Profile: Q&A With SB Nation's Syracuse Blog About Dion Waiters' College Career

Few prospects for the 2012 NBA Draft have seen their stock rise quite like Syracuse guard Dion Waiters and it has become increasingly difficult for fans of teams in the top 10 to ignore him. Sean Keeley of SB Nation's Syracuse site Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician offers some insight about the rising prospect in a Q&A.

In Which University of Memphis' Will Barton is Asked, 'Barksdale or Bell?'

Nate Timmons over at Denver Stiffs, the SB Nation family Denver Nuggets blog, was present when the team held NBA Draft workouts this week and got a chance to speak with the somewhat local Will Barton, of the University of Memphis. Nate had to include a question on "The Wire" since Barton is originally from Baltimore, but aside from it being a fun read it's also really informative. Check it out!

NBA Draft 2012 Prospect Profile: Insight On Terrence Jones' Development From SB Nation's A Sea Of Blue

Although Kentucky's Terrence Jones is rising on some NBA draft boards, none of the positive buzz managed to help analysts or scouts establish a consensus about what type of NBA player Jones might become, according to Jeff Goodman of College Basketball Insider. Glenn Logan of SB Nation's A Sea of Blue helps us put Jones' development over the last year in perspective.

Best/Worst Case Scenarios, Draft Express

DX added best/worst case scenarios to every prospect. These are always my favorite.

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