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Trying to pick the top 20 Eastern Washington athletes of the 2000s is about as hard as shedding a Samson Ebukam tackle or beating Kendrick Bourne in a foot race.
A star in the Big Sky Conference and double-digit scorer in the NBA G-League, Tyler Harvey has played in front of sparse crowds.
Brandon Clarke dunked with 10.7 left in overtime as the Memphis Grizzlies beat the New Orleans Pelicans 88-86 on Sunday in the NBA Summer League semifinals.
Brandon Clarke tipped in a rebound with 18 seconds left to extend the Grizzlies’ lead to three, before Paris Lee and Bruno Caboclo hit three late free throws to ice the game.
Selected ninth overall last month, the former Gonzaga star was 9 of 12 from the field with two 3-pointers, nine rebounds and two blocks.
Tyler Harvey didn’t envision it this way, his basketball career trudging through Pennsylvania, France, Italy and Tennessee.
NBA Summer League:
On Feb. 2, Tyler Harvey scored 58 points for the NBA G-League’s Memphis Hustle at Iowa.
A guy could do a lot worse than chase his dreams in the south of France. That’s where former Eastern Washington star Tyler Harvey finds himself after signing this week with the Antibes Sharks of the French league.
Tyler Harvey is still a shooting star. Three weeks ago, the former Eastern Washington star became a media sensation in the NBA Developmental League when he sank eight 3-point shots in the final four minutes to rally his Erie BayHawks to a win over the Texas Legends.
So who will replace Tyler Harvey? The question isn’t fair, coach Jim Hayford says.
All the physical and mental work did little to prepare Tyler Harvey for the drama of NBA draft night. “It was just a surreal moment,” Harvey said Friday morning, the day after the Orlando Magic made him the 51st pick in this year’s draft. “You just never know when your name is going to get called.”
“It was just a surreal moment,” Tyler Harvey said Friday morning, the day after the Orlando Magic made him the 51st pick in this year’s NBA draft. “You just never know when your name is going to get called.”
The Orlando Magic drafted Eastern Washington’s Tyler Harvey in the second round of the NBA draft with the 51st overall pick on Thursday night. Magic GM Rob Hennigan lauded Harvey, who was the NCAA Division I leading scorer as a junior (22.9 ppg), as a “sophisticated offensive player.” The 6-foot-4, 185-pound Harvey was considered one of the top 3-point shooters and combo guards on the board.
How high will Eastern Washington’s shooting star soar in tonight’s NBA draft? It’s anyone’s guess, Tyler Harvey’s included.
Former Eastern Washington University basketball player Tyler Harvey is one of 62 players to receive an invitation to the NBA draft combine, which will take place May 12-17 in Chicago. Harvey declared for the draft following his impressive junior season, one which garnered honorable mention All-America honors by the Associated Press. He led all NCAA Division I players with a 23.1 per game scoring average and set Big Sky Conference and EWU single-season records for most 3-pointers made (128).
2: According to NCAA rules, Harvey has until today to withdraw his application for the June 25 draft. Now entering the third week of spring football practice for Idaho, the depth chart is starting to come into focus.
@YoungTRaaw (Tyler Harvey) THANK YOU to all my family, friends, coaches, for my unbelievable experience here at EWU. One I will forever be grateful for. #Eagle4Life @JacobThorpeSR Of the 13 scouts on hand at today’s (WSU) pro day, three were receivers coaches. The Seattle Seahawks appeared to show the most interest in (Vince) Mayle.
The walk-off home run Wednesday at Tyler Harvey’s warm off-to-bigger-things adieu came courtesy of Eastern Washington coach Jim Hayford, who jokingly called it the “first annual.” Annual?
Eastern Washington star Tyler Harvey is expected to decide this week whether to stay in school or leave a year early for the NBA draft.