Thursday marks the day of this year’s NBA draft, where 60 young men will get drafted to play in the NBA. While everyone knows about the big names out there, such as Nerlens Noel, Alex Len, Otto Porter, and Victor Oladipo, there are numerous guys being projected as second round picks that could end up having some of the more noteworthy careers from this draft class.
Ben McLemore seemed be to a virtual lock to be taken among the top three picks a few weeks ago, but now he could drop all the way to Sacramento at No. 7.
The 2013 NBA Draft kicks off tomorrow and here is our list of potential picks, what each teams weaknesses are and what voids need to be filled.
Various media reports are suggesting that the brain trust in Brooklyn (meaning general manager Billy King) wants to add a first-round pick in Thursday’s NBA Draft and is willing to cede swingman MarShon Brooks to get it. As usual, I have no idea what King is thinking.
Maryland’s Alex Len has emerged as a strong option for Cleveland with the first-overall pick, but that doesn’t mean that’s the only way the Cavs can land him.
With the NBA Draft just around the corner, let’s take a look at the Top 5 biggest draft busts of all time.
Is the 2013 NBA Draft as weak as people are making it out to be? Yes, at the top. There are NO franchise players in this draft.
Jay-Z is looking to sell his small stake in the Brooklyn Nets so his player representation company can expand into the NBA, according to multiple reports.
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The Brooklyn Nets have signed second-round pick Tyshawn Taylor from Kansas. The Nets acquired the point guard’s rights in exchange for cash in a draft-night trade with Portland.
There were two notable holes in the first round of the NBA Draft, both of our beloved basketball teams.
Nearly three months after winning the National Championship, Kentucky broke an NBA Draft record with six players selected.
I’m not saying Papanikolaou is going to be Ginobli. I’m just making the point that he could be more talented than the American players left on the board.
The 21-year-old forward is still under contract with Euroleague champion Olympiacos of the Greek league, so the Knicks expect to keep tabs on his development.
The Nets may be headed to New York this season, but at least they will take a newly acquired New Jersey native with them.