On the value of the NCAA tournament in assessing prospects:
"Fans fend to look at someone like Maryland's 6'8" Lonny Baxter, who has had a good tournament, and say that he must be helping himself for the draft. People in my business look at one or two tournament games as fool's gold. Baxter and 6'9" Carlos Boozer of Duke put up decent numbers, but by NBA standards they're undersized bigs who are limited offensively. They can usually muscle their way past the players who are guarding them in college, but I try to imagine if they would be able to score against a defender with length, like P.J. Brown. The answer is probably no—and it isn't going to change, even if they have a couple of 20-and-10 games in the tournament."