NBA Draft Notes, May 29: Here Comes DeRozan! And James Harden's Ego
* Amick also passes along the new sentiment that Oklahoma City wants USC prospect DeMar DeRozan at No. 3, leaving Ricky Rubio to the Kings at No. 4.
* According to DraftExpress' Jonathan Givony, James Harden canceled interviews with teams outside the top five picks. He will reportedly not work out for the Wolves, who pick No. 6, because Harden's crew believes he will land in OKC at No. 3 or Washington at No. 5. In other news, someone in Harden's crew is a lunatic in thinking it's impossible for the kid to fall to Minnesota or further.
* More from Givony, who you just must read today and every day: DeRozan won't do any competitive work-outs, and his agent Aaron Goodwin said he won't fall to Toronto at No. 9; Ater Majok looks like a disaster; Lawson is slipping; Charlotte could be interested in trading up for Stephen Curry; sources tell Givony OKC isn't interested in Rubio.
* Curry tells Frank Isola of the New York Daily News he wants to be a Knick.
* DeJuan Blair has reportedly stolen the show by showing up ... skinny, writes Sean Deveney of The Baseline/Sporting News.
* Andy Katz of ESPN.com has a good round-up of who will likely be removing their name from the draft, led by Jodie Meeks of Kentucky.
* Terrence Williams becomes the first person in America to admit he loves John Salmons.
* Sam Young loves to play the piano and write poetry. Maybe.
* Everyone -- and by "everyone" I mean Tyreke Evans, Harden and DeRozan -- wants to play for the Wizards.