As he sat watching the NBA Draft on television surrounded by friends and family at the New York Hilton, Omar Cook learned a tough lesson Wednesday night - there are no guarantees.
After believing he was a lock for the first round following a stellar pre-draft camp, as well as positive workouts for a bevy of NBA teams, the St. John's freshman point guard sat and watched the first round -
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