Somewhat surprisingly, former Ohio State forward and Big Ten Player of the Year Ketia Bates-Diop fell out of the first round all the way to midway through the second in the NBA Draft. But why? Cont…
by: Bill Landis, cleveland.com — Cleveland.com 10h
Due to the threat of inclement weather, Ohio State's Friday Night Lights camp has been moved indoors and closed to the public.
by: Marcus Hartman — Dayton Daily News 14h
Trio from Dayton, Ohio State and Middletown High all seem to be joining good situations
by: Orion Sang, Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 15h
Former Michigan basketball forward Duncan Robinson didn’t hear his name called during Thursday night’s NBA draft.
by: Adam Jardy — The Columbus Dispatch: Buckeye Extra 15h
Jae’Sean Tate was not selected in Thursday night’s NBA draft, but it didn’t mean the end of the Ohio State graduate’s hopes of reaching the league. Before the night was out, Tate reached an agreement to join the Milwaukee Bucks to participate in the NBA’s
by: Phil Harrison — USA Today: Buckeye Wire 22 Jun
The 2018 NBA Draft is set to happen tonight — and for once — Buckeye fans can tune in for one sure bet, and a chance at seeing a couple more former OSU players go. Contact/Follow @PhilH…
by: Associated Press — NCAA: Ohio State Buckeyes Athletics 22 Jun
Keita Bates-Diop is the 53rd Ohio State player to be selected in the NBA Draft.
Keita Bates-Diop selected in second round, No. 48 overall by Minnesota Timberwolves in 2018 NBA Draft
by: Bill Landis, cleveland.com — Cleveland.com 22 Jun
Bates-Diop was thought by many to be a first-round pick, but fell into the back end of the second round.
by: Orion Sang, Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 22 Jun
John Beilein was a finalist for Detroit Pistons head coach, but returns to Michigan basketball with a new contract on horizon
by: Marcus Hartman — Dayton Daily News 21 Jun
Ohio State's Keita Bates-Diop could go in the first round
by: Land-Grant Holy Land — Yahoo Sports 21 Jun
The forward out of Ohio State is expected to hear his name called in the first round of the 2018 NBA Draft
by: Adam Jardy — The Columbus Dispatch: Buckeye Extra 21 Jun
When Keita Bates-Diop made the decision to leave Ohio State early for the NBA, he did so with the projection of being taken in the first round of the draft.Nearly three months later, that, but little else, remains certain. The Big Ten player of the year..