Moments ago, Deputy NBA Commissioner Adam Silver announced that Doron Lamb, a combo guard for the Kentucky Wildcats these last two seasons, was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks with the 42nd pick.
In two seasons at Kentucky, Doron Lamb was one of the sharpest of sharp-shooters, making 47.5% of three-pointers attempted. In only 78 games, Lamb joined the 1,000 point club as he finished with 1,018 career points at UK. He did it during his final collegiate outing as he was lights-out, scoring 22 points.
John Wall may have had his dance. Josh Harrellson brought the Jorts. Anthony Davis has the Brow. It was Lamb that went Goggles Up after a made 3 point shot.
Prior to playing for the Wildcats, Lamb played his final two years of high school basketball at Oak Hill Academy, where he was coached by Steve Smith. He played his first two seasons at Bishop Loughlin High School in Brooklyn, New York, where he played for Coach Khalid Green (now a East Coast college scout for the Brooklyn Nets).