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CJ's Corner: Pro Potential

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Being honest, we love Top 10 lists here at <i>The Bootleg</i>. They inspire lengthy discussion and debate amongst fans, while provoking new areas of thought. Chris this week takes his Corner as an opportunity to tackle one of the most controversial and debatable topics on the West Coast: the top ten NBA talents in the Pac-10. For an authoritative take on the subject, plus CJ's weekly postseason predictions, read on.

Though it is not a truly valid measuring stick for college players, there have been discussions for years on The Bootleg's message boards about the professional prospects of Cardinal players.  The thinking is that the Stanford program is in better shape the more NBA caliber players are on the roster.  Take the 2000-01 team, which by several measures was the most accomplished squad in the modern... Recommended Stories

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