Archive - Jun 2010 - Article
No, there wasn't really a third round of the NBA draft, but this was a year that actually could have had one. Most of these guys have signed to play with various teams for the NBA summer league. But if there had been a third round, here's how it would have looked...according to the Forum All Stars.
With the first pick in the THIRD round of the 2010 NBA draft, the New Jersey Nets select...
2010/11 Boston Celtics Payroll: $57.0 million
2010/11 NBA Salary Cap: $56.1 million
Roughly: $0.9 million over cap
LAS VEGAS SUMMER LEAGUE RECAP:
By Jonathan Wasserman
Live from the WaMu Theater in New York City, I have to say its been an interesting draft. Sitting up on the balcony level, fellow NBADraft.net contributor Adam Ganeles and I were able to have a birds eye view of the event, and see the general reactions of each pick from the diverse Garden crowd, as well as the parties surrounding the green room participants.
Scott Harvey of Schenectady, New York won this year's 2KSports Draft Day Challenge. He scored 119 points, getting 13 first round picks exactly right!
Here is his winning Mock Draft: http://www.nbadraft.net/nba_
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Another year, another crazy draft.
Thursday, June 24, 2010, will go down as the day John Wall was officially drafted and a million trades – none as substantial as rumors suggested – were made. Picks were swapped left and right, a general manager was fired, and it was a mess trying to sort it all out.
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OKC Targeting Cole Adrich at 10
The Thunder are looking to put a deal together with Indiana to move up the 10th pick to acquire Kansas bigman Cole Aldrich. The Thunder are desperatly looking for a quality center to add to their young nucleus.