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Listen up, NBA Draft. We know all about you, okay? Don’t think we’re stupid. We remember what happened in 1985, with the bent envelope that allowed the Knicks to draft Patrick Ewing and therefore save New York. So if you try anything funny this year, what with the soon-to-be Brooklyn Nets needing a great player like Anthony Davis, you should know: Charles Barkley is watching you. Details after the jump.
Just as the Giants are the champions of the NFL and Novak Djokovic is the number one tennis player in the world, so too is Bob Ryan the best in the field of NBA history. Respect, Bob. Props. Swag.
Jimmer Fredette was only a high school senior when he signed his first contract. Last night, he officially honored it.
If you didn’t know who Jan Vesely was before, you do now…and even though he just got taken sixth overall in the NBA Draft, it’s probably not because of his basketball prowess.
David Stern’s reception at the NBA Draft reminded us of that of his NFL counterpart, Roger Goodell, at his league’s draft earlier this year.
Ahead of this Thursday’s NBA draft, Jimmer Fredette’s top two choices are the Utah Jazz and New York Knicks. But you’ll be surprised to know which of those two teams he prefers.
Maryland forward Jordan Williams credits ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt among the people who helped him decide to forgo college and enter the NBA draft.
David Kahn, GM for the Minnesota Timberwolves, has put his foot in his mouth before. Last night, he did it again.
The Cleveland Cavaliers exited tonight’s NBA Draft Lottery in much better shape than they entered it…but they were upstaged by their own representative.