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The Sun’s Arizin: Villanova News & Links for August 3rd

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With the NBA Draft in the rearview mirror, there’s a bunch of NBA News regarding our Professional Villanovans.

Miami Heat land Kyle Lowry, retain Duncan Robinson on 5-year, $90 million deal | ESPN
Kyle Lowry is joining the Heat on a three-year deal while Duncan Robinson agreed to a 5-year, $90 million contract.

Ranking college basketball’s best programs for NBA Draft production | Card Chronicle
The top two names on the list should surprise no one.

NBA dream comes true for Villanova's Jeremiah Robinson-Earl | delcotimes.com
Jeremiah Robinson-Earl was a Knick for about a New York minute Thursday night.

Thunder Draft: Strengths and Weaknesses of Second-Round Picks | Sports Illustrated Oklahoma City Thunder News, Analysis and More
SI Thunder takes at look at the strengths and weaknesses of Oklahoma City's two second round selections from Thursday's NBA Draft.

Oklahoma City Thunder like what they see in former Villanova forward Jeremiah Robinson-Earl | Inquirer.com
The Thunder selected the 6-foot-9 forward in the second round with the No. 32 overall pick after trading with the New York Knicks. Oklahoma City's general manager called him "a cerebral player."

Four-time Olympian, acclaimed speaker inspire campers to rise above setbacks
Olympian Marcus O’Sullivan was beaten by all of the boys and most of the girls when he first tried running. The first time Cornell Thomas tried playing basketball, he was a “baby deer” with zero coordination.

Villanova's recent NBA draft picks could have been undervalued by teams | Inquirer.com
Over the last five years, the Wildcats have provided a bunch of rotation stalwarts, the kind of ballplayers you need to win.

Presti looking to rebuild Thunder with young stars | NBA.com
Rather than looking for a particular skill set, Presti said he simply seeks good players in an attempt to return the Thunder to playoff contention.

Chicago Bulls: Letting go of Ryan Arcidiacono is the right move | Pippen Ain't Easy
Potentially soon-to-be-former Chicago Bulls point guard Ryan Arcidiacono had his team option declined by the team this weekend.

It's time to bring Ryan Arcidiacono home | Section 215
If the Philadelphia 76ers opt to blow up their roster in a superstar trade, it might be smart to secure the services of a depth guard like Ryan Arcidiacono.

Ranking college basketball’s best programs for NBA Draft production | Card Chronicle
The top two names on the list should surprise no one.

NBA dream comes true for Villanova's Jeremiah Robinson-Earl | delcotimes.com
Jeremiah Robinson-Earl was a Knick for about a New York minute Thursday night.

Thunder Draft: Strengths and Weaknesses of Second-Round Picks | Sports Illustrated Oklahoma City Thunder News, Analysis and More
SI Thunder takes at look at the strengths and weaknesses of Oklahoma City's two second round selections from Thursday's NBA Draft.

Oklahoma City Thunder like what they see in former Villanova forward Jeremiah Robinson-Earl | Inquirer.com
The Thunder selected the 6-foot-9 forward in the second round with the No. 32 overall pick after trading with the New York Knicks. Oklahoma City's general manager called him "a cerebral player."

Four-time Olympian, acclaimed speaker inspire campers to rise above setbacks
Olympian Marcus O’Sullivan was beaten by all of the boys and most of the girls when he first tried running. The first time Cornell Thomas tried playing basketball, he was a “baby deer” with zero coordination.

Villanova's recent NBA draft picks could have been undervalued by teams | Inquirer.com
Over the last five years, the Wildcats have provided a bunch of rotation stalwarts, the kind of ballplayers you need to win.

Presti looking to rebuild Thunder with young stars | NBA.com
Rather than looking for a particular skill set, Presti said he simply seeks good players in an attempt to return the Thunder to playoff contention.

Chicago Bulls: Letting go of Ryan Arcidiacono is the right move | Pippen Ain't Easy
Potentially soon-to-be-former Chicago Bulls point guard Ryan Arcidiacono had his team option declined by the team this weekend.

It's time to bring Ryan Arcidiacono home | Section 215
If the Philadelphia 76ers opt to blow up their roster in a superstar trade, it might be smart to secure the services of a depth guard like Ryan Arcidiacono.