Should Robinson III enter the 2014 draft?

Delaying entry into the NBA draft certainly can't be an easy decision to make, especially when there's no guarantee that returning to school will lead to a higher draft slot in a future draft.

We've seen it work for some in recent years -- Cody Zeller and Terrence Jones are names that comes to mind -- but for others it can have the opposite effect. North Carolina power forward James Michael McAdoo is a good example of that; he'd have likely been a lottery pick had he come out after his freshman season, and a probable first-rounder had he done so after his sophomore season. Now a junior whose game is more established, he's considered to be a probable second-round pick (No. 40 on Chad Ford's latest Big Board).

Mitch McGary and Glenn Robinson III both could have declared for the 2013 and had a chance to go in the lottery, but they elected to return for another season in Ann Arbor. In the case of Robinson, that could mean both good and bad things.