Five 2014 NBA prospects off to disappointing starts

Friday December 13th, 2013
In his last four games, Andrew Harrison is averaging 8.7 points and has as many turnovers as assists.
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The reality for McAdoo, from an NBA perspective, is this: He was most appealing as a freshman, when he played with future first-round picks Harrison Barnes, John Henson and Tyler Zeller. He never developed into a consistent offensive threat, despite possessing superior athleticism to most big men trying to defend him. With North Carolina discovering other offensive options this season, McAdoo is in danger of falling off of the NBA radar altogether.

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