Maybe it's just because I follow the latest tweets and whatnot every day that I'm so tired of not knowing, or maybe it's just drug on for too long now? Anyway, the latest in the saga is that people keep tweeting at Spencer asking if he's going pro, and he seems to respond along the lines of "you need to ask the school" just about every time. He has said that he has made his decision, but is just waiting on the school.
So my question is, if we're waiting on the school, then why don't we know anything? If he's going pro, let's hold a press conference and get it over with and start getting excited about where he could get drafted. If he's staying, then you'd think the school would be even more excited to spread this news. Either way, why does it appear that the school is to blame for it dragging on too long?
I remember Spencer saying he wanted to make his decision in early April and didn't want it dragging out until the last minute. Well, we're officially 4 days away from the deadline to declare and it's definitely not early April anymore. Maybe it's in light of the Andre Roberson press conference debacle that makes me think the school just needs to get their act together, but at the same time, couldn't Dinwiddie just announce that he's going pro? Why does he need to wait on the school?
Here's my two cents. If he was going pro, he'd probably hire an agent and I would guess that agent could help get a presser for him or start generating publicity about his decision. If he's staying, maybe he wants the school to make a big deal out of it and so he's waiting on them? I know I'm well beyond the "reading too much into this" point, which only fuels my frustration about the whole thing.
What are all your thoughts on his decision and generally on the process. Anyone heard any good reports about what the NBA is telling Spencer or on his recovery?