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Who can answer this?

I can't find anyone who can help me out with my question, but maybe someone who is knowledgeable to answer this correctly.......Let me know what you think

Since there is a Lockout....If we do not have a season at all, who will have the #1 pick in the 2012 Draft....Carolina????


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I think the order remains the

I think the order remains the same. I maybe wrong thou.

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Do you mean what school will

Do you mean what school will have a player drafted number one or what NBA team will draft first?

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I'm assuming you are talking

I'm assuming you are talking about the NFL. There is really no guideline for this. NHL is really the only guideline to go by.

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" The league settled on a lottery system in which all teams had a weighted chance at the first pick, expected to be Sidney Crosby. The lottery was tilted so teams with fewer playoff appearances over the last three seasons and fewer number one overall picks over the last four seasons had a better chance of landing higher picks. The complete order was determined by the lottery, and the 2005 draft was conducted in a "snake" style, meaning in even rounds, the draft order was reversed. This system was an attempt to compromise between those who felt all teams should have had an equal chance at the first pick and those who felt only the weaker teams should have been in the running."

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My bad fellas I'm talking

My bad fellas I'm talking about the NFL. I find it hard for it to be possible for Carolina to have 2 #1 overall picks if there is no season. The 2011 Draft will take place though.

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