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Archive - Jun 25, 2009

2009 NBA Draft Grades

Thu, 06/25/2009 - 11:47pm

This year's NBA Draft was supposed to be boring. The 2009 class was considered the least talented since the dreadful class of 2000. We knew exactly who was going first for months, and there were no crazy trade rumors involving that top pick.

Things don't always play out as they should, though.

Draft Time: Instant Analysis

Thu, 06/25/2009 - 4:24pm

Check back for real time coverage of each pick in both rounds of the NBA Draft, beginning at 8 PM ET. Commentary being made by Brian Cerone (odds) and Nick Prevenas (even). To see all of the picks as they're being made, click here.

First Round

Extended Mock Draft 3.3

Thu, 06/25/2009 - 12:18pm

With so many teams looking to make deals, projecting the draft has become increasingly difficult. Here's our best effort to forecast the first round... for now. To create your own mock draft and compete for a Playstation 3, click to play Draft Day Challenge.

Sources: Knicks acquire 29th pick

Open letter to Blake Griffin

Raptors may have wish list down to trio

Draft Day: Draft Buzz

Thu, 06/25/2009 - 10:09am
Ricky RubioRicky RubioRubio Strong Consideration at 3

The Thunder have their lawyers all over the case looking into the buyout and likelihood that Rubio can play in the NBA next season.

The Thunder seem less likely to take Rubio and keep him considering they already have Westbrook playing PG.

State of the Cap: Miami Heat

Source: 
Hoops Daily

2009 NBA Draft: Shooting Guards

Thu, 06/25/2009 - 6:01am
This year's point guard class is a strong one with a number of potential stars and good depth. While not as deep as the point guards, this class


1. James Harden 6-5 222 SG Arizona St. So.