Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.
End of dialog window.
The thinking person’s approach to March, with respect to the NBA draft, should be not to get carried away—no matter how well or how poorly a player performs in a tournament setting, it’s still a stretch to pass judgment based off a small sample. Logic says the best thing to do is look at a prospect’s whole body of work. But although NBA teams by and large recognize this (or at least they should by now), the fact of the matter is that March always offers hopeful players a prominent platform to state their case.