Andray Blatche, Louis Williams, Martell Webster, Shawne Williams and Keith Brumbaugh will hit the floor of Madison Square Garden tomorrow night at 8 p.m. Each of them will have career decisions pending.
For Blatches draft status, having his friend Mayben looking for him in the game can only help his chances of delivering a performance that impresses the GMs and Scouts on hand. Blatche has already declared for Junes NBA Draft but is yet to sign an agent. The Jordan Classic will be his third post-season all-star game, which thus waives his college eligibility for next season.
Louis Williams wont be so fortunate to have his high school teammate Mike Mercer to share the ball with. Mercer will suit up for the White with Williams on the Gray team. Whether or not Williams ends up at Georgia next season could be told by the games conclusion.
Webster is coming off a performance at the McDonalds All-American game that started some first-round talk, Shawne Williams recently announced he was putting his name in, and Brumbaugh will get his first chance of showcasing his game on the national all-star stage.
The Jordan Classic will be televised on ESPN 2.
White Team Andray Blatche, C, 6-11, 240 NBA Eric Boateng, C, 6-11, 225 Duke Jon Brockman, PF, 6-8, 245 - Washington Keith Brumbaugh, SF, 6-8, 205 Undecided Lewis Clinch, SG, 6-2, 185 Georgia Tech Micah Downs, PF, 6-8, 192 Kansas Richard Hendrix, PF, 6-9, 225 Alabama Tiki Mayben, PG, 6-3, 170 Syracuse Mike Mercer, SG, 6-4, 185 Georgia Martell Webster, SF, 6-7, 235 Washington
- Andrew Bynum, C, 7-0, 300 Connecticut
- Devan Downey, PG, 5-10, 170 Cincinnati
- Levance Fields, PG, 6-1, 185 Pittsburgh
- Tyler Hansbrough, PF, 6-9, 225 North Carolina
- C.J. Miles, SF, 6-6, 207 Texas
- Kevin Rogers, PF, 6-7, 223 Baylor
- Magnum Rolle, PF, 6-9, 200 LSU
- Louis Williams, SG, 6-3, 185 Georgia
- Shawne Williams, SF, 6-9, 235 Memphis
- Julian Wright,
SF, 6-9, 215 Kansas