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Mar 13, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; Atlanta Hawks small forward Kyle Korver shoots a three point shot in the second half against the Los Angeles Lakers at Philips Arena.
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The NBA Draft is about a month away, and the prospects are making their cases as to why they should be drafted in June.
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A team in constant turmoil like the Timberwolves has a long history of solving major problems with temporary and uncertain answers.
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After the Suns lost Steve Nash last summer, it became inevitable that Phoenix was in for a subpar season at best and a terrible one at worst.
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From the way the season ended, hopes of a title contender look very, very distant for the Los Angeles Lakers.
The Phoenix Suns just suffered through one of the worst seasons in franchise history, and now they must make some decisions regarding the talent on the roster.
The 2012-13 season offered no shortage of surprises. We saw the peerless LeBron James continue his reign as the top overall Fantasy option, but each individual position saw some old faces take steps back and some new ones step up to the elite levels.
The NBA's Executive of the Year, Masai Ujiri, is prepared to leave the Nuggets to rebuild the Raptors, according to Yahoo! Sports.
No, in fact, I believe the lottery works exactly as its intended to. Just one problem: the way its intended to work hurts more than it helps.
As soon as the Charlotte Bobcats were announced to have the 4th pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, possibilities starting running through my head.
That resulted in a lot of different players scoring points for Denver and naturally with that plenty of assists, as the Nuggets finished third in the league at 24.4 assists per game, just .1 worse than second place Atlanta and less than a full assist behind top ranked San Antonio.
The NBA draft lottery never goes quite according to plan. No matter who wins the ping-pong ball sweepstakes, there will always be teams sitting in much worse position than they expected.
Now that we have a draft order, and 26 of the league's 30 teams are done playing for the season, it's time to go around the league and see where each team stands as we head into the season of the draft, trades, and free agency.
The odds weren't with the Pistons in last night's lottery as they dropped a spot from their projected 7 pick.
Though reports about this crop's weakness are premature -- it is impossible to know just how good or bad a draft is until years after it's completed -- two things are clear: There is no can't-miss superstar at the top and there are few certainties anywhere.
The Washington Wizards defied improbable odds - 4.79 percent - at the NBA draft lottery on Tuesday in New York, hurdling five teams to snag the third overall pick for the second year in a row.