LAHAINA, Hawaii -- I spent the week in Maui at the EA Sports Maui Invitational scouting, alongside a number of NBA scouts and executives, the top players on the Duke Blue Devils, Kansas Jayhawks, Michigan Wolverines, Georgetown Hoyas, Memphis Tigers, Tennessee Volunteers and UCLA Bruins.
I wrote a number of blogs from the tournament -- check them out if you want to get all the details. Below are some quick team-by-team hits based on information I gathered from scouts and what I saw with my own eyes this week.
Only a few players in Maui were the type that NBA scouts drool over, but there were a number of prospects here that are legit late first-round to second-round picks. While those sorts of prospects don't usually make All-Star Games, they can be important role players at the next level.
Austin Rivers, G, freshman -- Rivers came to Duke with a huge reputation. Not only was he one of the top five high school basketball players in the country, he also was the son of Doc Rivers. Rivers' first seven games at Duke have been a mixed bag. While he's putting up numbers, he's struggled to do so efficiently or within Mike Krzyzewski's very structured system.
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