A lot's been made of the ineptitude of the NBA's worst teams like the Washington Wizards and Charlotte Bobcats and the dazzling skill of college basketball's elite, the Kentucky Wildcats. But Orlando Magic coach Stan Van Gundy says no matter -- there's still no way Kentucky could beat an NBA team.
"Look, it's absurd," he told the Associated Press. "I mean, people will say, 'Oh, Kentucky, you know's, got four NBA players.' Yeah, well the other team's got 13."
The Wildcats are expected to produce not only the No. 1 overall pick in this spring's NBA draft in Anthony Davis, but also another high lottery selection in Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. But Van Gundy insists there's still no comparison.