FOR APRIL 7, 2014
It's Getting Drafty
Despite lackluster performances in the NCAA tournament (a loss in the round of 32 and the round of 64, respectively), Big 12 freshman of the year Andrew Wiggins of Kansas (22) and ACC freshman of the year Jabari Parker of Duke are still two of the top players on NBA draft boards. Who will be No. 1 come June? Whose stock fell during the tournament? Whose rose? Which other underclassmen will declare for the draft? Check out SI.com for our 2014 draft tracker, including Peter Bukowski's look at the tournament's best and worst performances by NBA hopefuls and Chris Mannix's Big Board 5.0. Go to SI.com/nba
Parker led the Blue Devils in points and in rebounds, with 8.7 per game.
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From the SI Vault | April 10, 1989
Twenty-five years ago Michigan's junior point guard, Rumeal Robinson, hit a free throw with three seconds left—in the first overtime in an NCAA title game in 26 years—to give the Wolverines an 80--79 victory over Seton Hall.
By Curry Kirkpatrick
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DAVID E. KLUTHO/SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (WIGGINS)
CHAD MATTHEW CARLSON FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (PHONE)
FRED VUICH FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (PARKER)
BRAD MANGIN FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (FIELDER)
JOHN W. MCDONOUGH FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (ROBINSON)