On the allure of NCAA tournament stars at draft time:
"Coaches, G.M.'s and owners who haven't been watching college ball suddenly start paying attention during the tournament, and then they fall in love with a guy who has one or two good games. For the two players I can remember who moved up to the first round based on the tournament and then had good NBA careers—Rick Fox and Bobby Jackson—I can name you 20 who turned out to be disappointing pros, including Tony Delk and Bill Wennington as number 16 picks, Mark alarie and John Wallace at 18, Walter McCarty at 19, and Mark Randall at 26. They were chosen not for their talent but because it's easier to sell NCAA tournament stars to your fans."