Thursday, June 11, 2009

Courtney Fells: Draft Workout Update


Courtney Fells has been putting in work. If you've been visiting us here at WolfpackHoops.com regularly, then you're well up to date on Fells and his pursuit of a spot on a NBA roster. He recently worked out with the Bobcats, as you can see here in this video. However, Courtney is nowhere near finished as he attends workout after workout. We talked to Courtney a few weeks ago about the workouts and his time at State. We'll try to catch up with him again after workouts are finished, but so far so good for Fells who's secured a few more chances to impress the NBA scouts.



COURTNEY'S NBA WORKOUT SCHEDULE

June 10th Golden State Warriors
June 15th Dallas Mavericks
June 16th Memphis Grizzlies
June 17th New Jersey Nets

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4 Responses to "Courtney Fells: Draft Workout Update"
  1. Shak said...
    June 11, 2009 at 6:36 PM

    that would be cool if he made it out in Golden State...that way he could play with his Mississippi buddy Monta Ellis.

  2. Anonymous said...
    June 12, 2009 at 7:48 AM

    So if it is true and these 3 make the nba who gets the credit? And how do you account for our record while they played here?

  3. ppack3 said...
    June 12, 2009 at 10:14 AM

    I think that everyone involved gets some credit if these three make rosters. But, the players workouts are the key to draft day success. Lowe knows what goes into this process, so his players have a 'leg up' and know what to expect, and what to work on ahead of time.
    You account for the wins and losses during their time at State by looking at the situations that they were put into, their attitudes and the other players that were around them.
    Anon, if you are eluding to Coach Lowe being to blame I would say that you can place blame wherever you look for fault, in life. The fact is that everyone is different, and just because a player isn't a super-star in college, doesn't mean that he can't make an NBA roster. Recruits are seeing that Sid can help them have a better shot at making the pros, and that's part of the reason that high profile kids are looking at NCSU right now.
    I wish Courtney all of the success in the world. If he develops well, he could be a very good NBA player.

  4. Anonymous said...
    June 12, 2009 at 10:46 AM

    Most credit goes to the players themselves next Sid gets a huge plug because he has been there and done that! He knopws what it takes and what it is like!
    The real anon

 

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