Former ACC Coach of the Year and current College Basketball Analyst for ESPN Seth Greenberg joined Kyle Bailey today on The Clubhouse to preview the NBA Draft, and the upcoming College Basketball season.
Seth started the interview by discussing the hype surrounding Memphis big man James Wiseman and if he likes what he sees from him as Seth responded:
"I love (James) Wiseman. He's 7'1 with a 7'6 wingspan. He can run the floor, he's an active rebounder, he'll be able to switch ball screens, he can shoot it better than you think and has the versatility and the agility you need in the current NBA. I don't think there's a downside with James Wiseman as I think he is a can't miss selection."
On the flip side, Seth does have some concerns for Georgia wing Anthony Edwards as he went to his pre-draft workout out of shape and he thought he looked sluggish. Seth acknowledges that he is a very good prospect, but doesn't think he should be considered the number 1 prospect.
The final topic that Seth discussed with Kyle is how he thinks the College Basketball season will look like with COVID-19 still running strong Seth thinks the coaches who do the best at dealing with uncertainty this year will have an upper-hand on the rest of college basketball along with veteran laden teams. Seth also thinks that there will be an NCAA Tournament this year despite the concerns.