Former Badger star Alando Tucker has spent the month working out for, or interviewing with at least 10 NBA teams.
Now, he can sit back and wait.
Wisconsin's all-time leading scorer could be picked late in the first round or early in the second of Thursday's draft.
Tucker left Wisconsin with eight school records and 2,217 points.
The 6'6", 210-pound Tucker models his game after Miami's Dwyane Wade, the former Marquette star who went on to become one of the league's top players.
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