April 10 was the deadline for players to apply for an evaluation from the NBA Undergraduate Advisory Committee. The committee gives underclassmen an indication of their draft stock. Smart, Brown and Nash all applied.
Monday, players who did apply will receive their evaluations.
Tuesday, players who did apply face an NCAA deadline on whether they intend to remove themselves for draft consideration and remain eligible at their schools. This appears to be a bit of a false date, as players who declare to enter the draft, then change their minds, are typically allowed to return to school as long as they have not hired an agent.
April 28 is the NBA deadline for underclassmen to declare they will enter the draft.
May 21 is the date of the Draft lottery, when the order of the non-playoff teams draft position will be determined.
June 17 is the NBA deadline for those early entry players to withdraw from the draft.
June 27 is the NBA Draft.
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