Oregon State hasn’t had a player taken in the NBA Draft since 2012, when guard Jared Cunningham went 24th overall to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Drew Eubanks was the Beavers’ best shot of ending that drought this year, but the 6-foot-10 forward wasn’t among the 60 players taken in the 2018 draft held Thursday night in Brooklyn. Instead, Eubanks will have to try and make the NBA the hard way, turning a free agent deal into a roster spot.
Two more undrafted commitments: Oregon State’s Drew Eubanks joining the San Antonio Spurs‘ summer league team; Tulane’s Cameron Reynolds signing free-agent deal with the Sacramento Kings.
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The Spurs will participate in the 2018 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, set to run July 6-17. Eubanks will be part of a team that may also feature USC forward Chimezie Metu, whom San Antonio took in the second round.
Eubanks averaged 13.2 points and 6.8 rebounds last season for Oregon State as a junior, shooting 62.4 percent from the field.