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Cheerleader of the Day: Atlanta Hawks

June 2nd, 2008
Atlanta Hawks: NBA Draft

 

Cheerleader of the Day 

Thanks to our friends over at Icon Sports Media, we have access to thousands of great college & NBA basketball photos to use on the site.  Each day, along with our Picture of the Day, we'll be featuring a Cheerleader of the Day. In honor of the upcoming NBA Draft, we'll be focusing on NBA dancers until the end of June!

Bull Market: 2008 NBA Draft Lottery Results

May 20th, 2008
Chicago Bulls: NBA DraftThe 2008 NBA Draft Lottery was held Tuesday night, May 20th.  The Bulls were the big winner, moving up to the 1st despite owning less than 2% of the ping pong balls. Seattle was the biggest loser as they fall down to the 5th spot.. a frontcourt of Kevin Durant and Michael Beasley will no longer be possible.

 

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1st Round Picks vs Playoff Success

July 30th, 2007
NBA Draft

 

 

FACT #1: Most homegrown 1st round picks since 2000: Celtics, Hawks, and Supersonics with 5 each (but these 3 teams have combined for only 7 playoff appearances in 8 years)

2007 NBA Draft: Biggest Surprises

June 29th, 2007
Duke

Another NBA draft is in the books, and as usual there was a ton of activity with even more rumors flying around. The biggest surprise of the night is the trades that didn’t go down, as opposed to what actually did transpire. Here are the top shockers from the evening:

Kevin Garnett is still in Minnesota

Which Team Had the Worst Draft?

June 29th, 2007
Houston Rockets: NBA Draft

NBA Draft Review: What I Learned..

June 29th, 2007

The 2007 NBA Draft has taught us many things…

Joakim Noah has an interesting sense of style. The Blazers would’ve made all 60 picks if David Stern allowed it. Spike Lee likes Zach Randolph a lot more than Channing Frye. And Stephen A. Smith isn’t a big fan of Jason Richardson.

But of all the things I learned during the NBA Draft, this is what I learned the most…

1. NBA teams gave up on last year’s picks awful quickly