There’s just so much the NBA can accommodate with the maximum of 60 players selected in the NBA draft. Following the drama-filled 2015 draft, there are a number of decent basketball players who weren’t lucky enough to find a home this NBA betting season, joining the yearly list of undrafted prospects that must fight their way into a roster by playing well in training camp and the summer league.Here is a look at some of the top names that failed to earn a call-up during the 2015 NBA Draft:
Aaron Harrison, Guard, KentuckyAfter spending most of their times together in Kentucky and often sharing the spotlight of success, the Harrison twins were finally separated by the NBA draft, as Andrew Harrison was selected No. 44 overall by the Suns (and later traded to Memphis), while his twin brother Aaron Harrison went undrafted. Despite leading the Wildcats in scoring last season, the 2014 SEC Preseason Player of the Year had unrefined ball-handling skills and inefficient game as a passer, which saw him get overlooked in the draft.
Chris Wood, Power Forward, UNLVAfter averaging a double-double (in scoring and rebounding) as a sophomore at UNLV, Wood look destined to become a first-round pick over his teammate Rashad Vaughn (who was drafted by Milwaukee). In spite of his talent, the youngster was considered to be underweight, probably the reason he was ignored. If he can put up some weight, Wood should soon find a team, as he is a decent shooter, while his rebounding and shot blocking skills are equally good.
Cliff Alexander is just dunking on everybody. pic.twitter.com/voHJpsxjn4— Scott Chasen (@SChasenKU) July 4, 2015