Daybreak Doppler: Vander Blue Heads For the NBA
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A Little Surprised – There were rumors of it before, but it was made official yesterday that Vander Blue will forgo his Senior year at Marquette & declare for the NBA Draft. As a Badgers first fan, I’m glad UW won’t have to face him next year but as a Wisconsin sports fan, which includes rooting for Marquette (when they’re not playing the Badgers) I’m a little surprised. I said during the tournament that Blue really grew as a both a player & a leader this past year impressing me with his play time & again. I’m just curious though if another year of seasoning wouldn’t have ultimately helped his draft stock as I’m not a 100% sure Blue is a first pick. Obviously Vander is getting counsel that he is otherwise I don’t think he’d be making this move & no matter what I can’t blame him. We’ve seen it often enough where a college player sticks around for one more year only to see his NBA Draft stock drop not to mention the chance of injury. No matter what happens, it was fun watching Blue mature both on & off the court during his time at Marquette. Hopefully we’ll get to watch that continue in an NBA career.
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