Badgers in the NBA
The Badgers legend is fully recovered from last year’s knee injury and ready to get back into an NBA rotation.
Beyond first round pick Johnny Davis, four other Badgers will be trying to impress NBA decision makers over the next two weeks.
Former Badger Aleem Ford will compete this summer as a member of the Orlando Magic.
Are you excited that Davis landed in D.C.? How do you think his rookie season will go?
After being picked with the No. 10 pick in the first round, Davis spoke to the local beat writers in D.C.
The first Wisconsin Badgers player drafted since 2015 is heading to the nation’s capital.
It appears that Davis will be selected around pick No. 10 in the first round.
The Wisconsin Badgers are expected to have their first, uh, first round pick since 2015.
A roundup of some good posts about Davis to get you prepared for this week’s NBA Draft.
Ricky O’Donnell, who covers the NBA Draft for the mothership, stopped by to discuss future first round draft pick Johnny Davis.
Now that the NBA Draft order is set, where is Davis expected to be selected?
Davis will join 77 other NBA hopefuls in Chicago to show his skills in front of all the major talent evaluators in the league.
The former Badger had an outstanding rookie campaign for the Miami Heat affiliate.
Not a big shocker here! It’s been fun, Johnny.
The legendary Badger will see his No. 24 raised to the rafters during the game against Michigan this weekend.
The Badgers star sophomore has been rocketing up draft boards all season. Here are the most recent projections.
While Dekker is looking for a new landing spot, Kaminsky is earning praise from Chris Paul.
Sam Dekker joins Frank Kaminsky as Badgers in the NBA! Hooray!
The former Badger signed with the same team he played Summer League for back in August.
Micah Potter, D’Mitrik Trice and Vitto Brown all played in Las Vegas over the past two weeks.
Plus, Micah Potter performs well for the Miami Heat and Sam Dekker gets a new number.
After two seasons overseas the former Badger is returning to the NBA.
Plus, Vitto Brown will be playing with the Phoenix Suns!
The UW legend is looking for a chance to get back into the NBA after a few years abroad.
99% of the people reading this are probably still celebrating the Bucks title, but Kaminsky deserves celebrating too!
The two former Badgers have been traversing the country and showing off their skills for NBA squads.
Kaminsky and Co. are headed to the Western Conference Finals!