Up next to workout for the San Antonio Spurs as the 2011 NBA Draft nears is Brady Morningstar out of Kansas University:
Morningstar, who is represented by Tommy Thomas of McClaren Sports, next has a workout with San Antonio’s Spurs on June 7. Morningstar has said he likely will play in Europe next year if he doesn’t land a spot in the NBA.
Recently Morningstar worked out for the Utah Jazz and had this to say after the workout:
“I’m a little winded because we’re up here in the altitude. I think it does something to you, but it was fun,” said Morningstar. The 6-foot-4 former Kansas University and Free State High guard ran through drills with BYU’s Jackson Emery, Westminster’s Michael Stockton and Virginia’s Mustapha Farrakhan.
“They teach you a lot, have you go hard and see what you can do,” Morningstar added in an interview with the Jazz public relations staff.
Morningstar is a 6"4", 185 lbs., guard who averaged 7.1 points, 3.3 assists, shot 41% from the three point line, 48% from the field, 2.2 rebounds, and 1.4 steals for the Jayhawks last season.
He is a quick, athletic guard,who can get up the court on the fast break.
Thoughts Spurs fans? Like this kid or would you rather see the Spurs workout as many big men as they can prior to the NBA Draft?
@JakeFaunce He might be a good shooter but SAS have that already. I can't see them taking this kid at 29.