CHICAGO | Purdue's Robbie Hummel believes he can follow Luke Harangody and E'Twaun Moore to an NBA payday, and those who've traded elbows and jump shots with him are in complete agreement.
February 24, 2010. Robbie Hummel drives home from the airport after a road game at Minnesota. His roommate, graduate assistant Bobby Riddell, rides shotgun.
When E'Twaun Moore was drafted 55th overall by the Boston Celtics last June, his native East Chicago beamed with pride and the region cheered.
Remember Dan Palombizio?
EAST CHICAGO | E'Twaun Moore never quit believing, even as the NBA draft board quickly shrank before his eyes Thursday night and the phone remained quiet.
East Chicago native E'Twaun Moore was drafted 55th overall by the Boston Celtics on Thursday night. He will join his Purdue teammate JaJuan Johnson, who was picked in the first round by the Celtics.
CHICAGO | They needed someone to proof read the NBA's 2011 Draft Guide before it was made available to media on Thursday night.
Some basketball websites question E'Twaun Moore's NBA pedigree. Huh?
E'Twaun Moore could have his pilot's license by now if he sat in the cockpit.
Robbie Hummel refuses to dwell on the negative and let it tear him apart like tissue paper. That sobering approach probably saved his sanity.
Edna Moore will gladly admit it and without regret. Her son, E'Twaun, has made her cry several times. Good tears. Happy tears. The kind of tears that make parents' hearts pump with pride.
Robbie Hummel knew right when he landed.
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