Biography: Dunigan's path to the draft has been one consisting of twists and turns leading him toward a future of uncertainty. When - or if - he'll be drafted is anyone's guess at this point. Dunigan, once a four-star prospect from Chicago, left the Oregon Ducks before the 2010-11 season, but not to enter the draft. He decided to play in Israel, where he lasted just one game. He then settled in Estonia for the rest of the season. Dunigan's departure from Oregon was a curious one given NBA scouts saw a good future despite him barely averaging 20 minutes per game in his two seasons with the Ducks. By not staying in school and playing in a remote country, Dunigan fell off the radar and has been largely unnoticed leading up to the draft. Rumors swirled Dunigan took heat at Oregon for appearing lazy on the court, leading to him being unhappy with playing time and limited production. He averaged 12.5 points and 8.0 rebounds in 22.0 minutes per game in Estonia. Still, scouts do like Dunigan's frame and how his game could translate to the NBA. He's athletic and a terrific rebounder. However, Dunigan is a liability outside of roughly six feet on the offensive end and needs to develop a better work ethic. His chances of being drafted are very slim, though a team may take a chance late in the second round.