Toronto’s 114-110 victory over the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena has made OG Anunoby the first Hoosier NBA Champion since Isiah Thomas (1990).
According to reports, Romeo Langford has received an invite to be in the “green room” for the 2019 NBA Draft – a positive sign for the Indiana Hoosier star.
Former Indiana University basketball star and now Houston Rocket, Eric Gordon, was selected as one of 20 players to participate in the 2019 Team USA Camp.
The Toronto Raptors intend to activate former Indiana forward OG Anunoby for Game 2 of the 2019 NBA Finals after being out since April 11 due to an emergency appendectomy.
According to his Twitter page, Indiana freshman Romeo Langford will remain in the 2019 NBA Draft, which the first public announcement of his intention.
The Toronto Raptors may see OG Anunoby’s defensive versatility back at an opportune time, as they face the Warriors who could have Kevin Durant returning.
Former Indiana Hoosier Freddie McSwain Jr. and his Moncton Magic team were crowned as Champions last week in the National Basketball League of Canada. The Moncton Magic dominated in the 2019 NBLC Finals against the St. John’s Edge, sweeping them 4-0 in the series.
Indiana freshman Romeo Langford has signed with Happy Walters and Catalysts Sports agency. The New Albany star will be participating in the 2019 NBA Draft.
According to NBA.com, OG was diagnosed with an acute appendicitis, inflammation of the appendix, a finger-shaped tissue located in the lower right abdomen. The typical time frame for an appendectomy recovery is anywhere from two to four weeks.
(Photo Credit: IndianaHQ) Freshman Romeo Langford has told multiple sources that he will declare for the 2019 NBA draft. Recall that players are still able to withdraw …