Although he turned a few heads in NBA Summer League this past month, former Ohio State star Aaron Craft has still not been able to latch on to a squad as of yet. As of last word, head coach Steve Kerr of the Golden State Warriors was said to be rather impressed with the efforts of Craft, but that still has not been enough to lock any sort of deal in place.
But all hope is not lost as of yet.
According to Clay Hall of ABC 6, there are still some teams that could give a good look to Craft, if for nothing more than to be the workhorse of their organization.
Regarding Craft, NBA guard @Burke_614 told me recently his willingness to do “the dirty work” might get him on an NBA roster.
— Clay Hall (@claywsyx6) August 6, 2014
Someone, somewhere down the road here has to be willing to give Craft the opportunity to play basketball at the highest level. We all knew that it would be a team that would look for him to perform basically the same duties as he did at Ohio State, just toned down a little bit to suit their scheme.
Eventually, it will happen.