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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.
Live from the Westin in Times Square for the 2010 NBA Draft Media Day, all of the NBA prospects invited to the Green room were present as reporters gathered around each player's table like moths to a light in the dark. It's the day before the draft, and other than Wall and Turner, you really got the impression that nobody else really knew for sure what jersey they would be wearing next season.
also see: Media Day: Part 1
By Ryan Reed & Rashad Smith
With the draft less than 24 hours away, here is our final extended mock draft:
We're a day away from the NBA Draft, and we're inundated with talks of rising stocks and all. But what if we wiped away all the posturing, all the hype, and simply boiled the NBA Draft down to players and teams and fits and talents?
With that idea in mind, let's take a look at who each team SHOULD draft. None of the hype. None of the lies. Just players and teams.