I don't see how it's a smart decision on his part to come back for a stronger draft next year.
We get too caught up in the flaws of these guys and ignore the fact that coming back for a year might make them a slightly better player but also a year older in a potentially better class. His flaws aren't going to fix themselves with another year in college. He's not going to grow enough to where his size isn't an issue. He's not going to suddenly learn what a good shot is after 3 years of showing that he doesn't have a clue. He should have come out. He is what he is.
On the other hand, Smith wasn't going to get drafted in the first round this year either, so who cares? He's not a real NBA prospect, so let him enjoy being a ******* superstar at Louisville where I'm sure he gets lots of tang and people buy him cars and such. I'm sure Europe or the D-League will still be there next year.
Mike Moser left your team? I thought you guys were back on the rise.
That shows how ignorant you are. Mike Moser wouldn't have gotten playing time next year. The Rebels are fine for next year. People are underestimating UNLV, and they'll be proven wrong. DeVille Smith, Katin Reinhardt, Bryce Dejean-Jones, Roscoe Smith, and Khem Birch sounds like a pretty good starting five to me. Throw in Kendall Smith, Jelan Kendrick, and Savon Goodman off the bench, and it sounds like a pretty good team to me.