Monty Williams Talks About Being Tough On Greivis Vasquez

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“It will be (a nice reunion for me) but Greivis (Vasquez) probably doesn’t want to see me. I was really tough on him. He will probably start itching or sweating when he sees me because he will probably think I will yell at him or something. He was a bright spot for me last season. A big time flagship for our program. He is a guy who came in and worked his tail off. He had his best year with us and I feel fortunate to have been able to coach Greivis. He’s another guy I was really tough on. But I tell the guys we can be friends later or you can get better now, so which one do you want? We can be friends now and you’ll suffer. He was a guy who took hard coaching. He’s a great kid and I know the people up here feel the same way.”

Monty Williams on being tough on Greivis Vasquez last season

2012 NBA Mock Draft

Things are starting to round into shape, but there will still be a lot of movement leading up to the draft in a couple of days.

Here’s how I see things falling into place on Thursday:

1. New Orleans – Anthony Davis – 6’10” PF Kentucky
2. Charlotte – Harrison Barnes – 6’8″ SF North Carolina
3. Washington – Bradley Beal – 6’4″ SG Florida
4. Cleveland – Michael Kidd-Gilchrist – 6’7″ SF Kentucky
5. Sacramento – Thomas Robinson – 6’9″ PF Kansas
6. Portland – Damian Lillard – 6’2″ PG Weber State
7. Golden State – Andre Drummond – 6’10” PF Connecticut
8. Toronto – Austin Rivers – 6’4″ PG Duke
9. Detroit – John Henson – 6’10” PF North Carolina
10. New Orleans – Kendall Marshall – 6’4″ PG North Carolina
11. Portland – Dion Waiters SG – 6’4″ Syracuse
12. Milwaukee – Perry Jones III – 6’11” SF Baylor
13. Phoenix – Jeremy Lamb – 6’5″ SG Connecticut
14. Houston – Tyler Zeller – 6’11” PF North Carolina
15. Philadelphia – Meyers Leonard – 6’11” C Illinois
16. Houston – Arnett Moultrie PF/C – 6′ 11″ Mississippi St.
17. Dallas – Terrence Jones – 6’9″ SF Kentucky
18. Minnesota – Moe Harkless SF – 6’8″ SF St. John’s
19. Orlando – Terrence Ross – 6’6″ SG Washington
20. Denver – Jeff Taylor – 6’7″ SG Vanderbilt
21. Boston – Fab Melo C – 7’0″ Syracuse
22. Boston – Royce White PF – 6’8″ SF Iowa State
23. Atlanta – Andrew Nicholson – 6’9″ SF St Bonaventure
24. Cleveland – Jared Sullinger – 6’9″ PF Ohio State
25. Memphis – Tony Wroten – 6’5″ PG Washington
26. Indiana – Will Barton – 6’6″ SG/SF Memphis
27. Miami – Marquis Teague PG – 6’2″ Kentucky
28. Oklahoma City – Evan Fournier SG/SF – 6′ 7″ Poitiers
29. Chicago – Draymond Green – 6’6″ SF Michigan State
30. Golden State – Quincy Miller – 6’8″ SF Baylor