Alex Len: 'Ten Years from Now, I'll Be the Best Player out of This Draft'

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Alex Len: 'Ten Years from Now, I'll Be the Best Player out of This Draft'
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Maryland sophomore big man Alex Len arrived at the NBA draft combine on crutches, unable to participate in any drills and limited to being a spectator after having surgery to stabilize a partial stress fracture in his left ankle. The injury might have affected Len's stock in the draft, since he won't be able to walk freely until around the time some team selects him on June 27 at Barclays Center. Len took off his cast and got stitches removed from his foot three days ago. He won't be fully recovered until the regular season begins but remains confident about what he will be able to accomplish on the next level.

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