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NBA Draft Lottery
The NBA Draft Lottery gods smiled once again on the Cleveland Cavaliers, granting Dan Gilbert’s struggling team with the No. 1 pick for the second time in three years. Forgive Cleveland if they celebrate a bit — it’s so rare that they get to do so.
Last week Dan Gilbert announced a contest that asked followers to submit a 30 second video, explaining why they should attend the NBA Draft Lottery with him this year. A self-proclaimed “lucky dude” by the name of Roy Tate Moore won. Though we haven’t watched a single other submission, we’re pretty sure this was the worthy winner.
Well, David Stern usually finds a way to make things interesting. He went on Jim Rome’s show earlier today, and over the course of their discussion, a question came up that comes up often in discussions of Stern’s NBA, with varying degrees of seriousness: is the draft lottery rigged? Stern’s response was… telling.
In a nice bit of foreshadowing, Anthony Davis was spotted a few weeks ago sporting an old-school Hornets cap (thanks, @artindallas). Now he’s about to get a bunch of free Hornets gear — they give it to you when you go out and play for them professionally. Pretty sweet perk, huh? The whole draft order, and how it got to be that way, after the jump.