The first two picks in the 2016 NBA Draft went as everybody expected with the Philadelphia 76ers selecting LSU’s Ben Simmons and the Los Angeles Lakers taking Duke’s Brandon Ingram. Continue reading As Expected, Simmons goes to 76ers, Ingram to the Lakers
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A player moving quickly up the draft boards is Providence lightning quick point guard Kris Dunn. Continue reading 2016 NBA Draft Prospect Evaluation: Kris Dunn
Kentucky combo guard Jamal Murray will be one of the most coveted players in the upcoming NBA Draft. We examine Murray’s game and how it projects at the NBA level.
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Players rarely come into the NBA Draft with both the combination of hype and mystery but that is exactly what the Sudan born Thon Maker brings to this year’s crop of NBA prospects. Continue reading 2016 NBA Draft Prospect Evaluation: Thon Maker
The Los Angeles Lakers avoided disaster for the 2nd year in a row by nabbing the number two pick in the NBA Draft and as a result not having to fork over their pick to the Philadelphia 76ers which they owe as part of the Steve Nash trade they completed with the Phoenix Suns back in 2012.
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After a horrible 17 win season that set the mark for the franchise’s worst record in their existence, the 3rd straight year they’ve set this mark, which then resulted in the firing of a well-respected Lakers legend as their head coach, Byron Scott, there is a strong possibility that the Lakers will come away with nothing to show for their troubles if the ping pong balls do not fall in their favor today during the NBA Draft Lottery.