With the NBA regular season now completed and playoff excitement and intensity now taking over, we can take a more accurate look at how the 2012 NBA draft will pan out. With the lottery not until May 30th, the first 14 picks are still in flux, but draft spots for the final 16 teams have now been decided. How does this, along with a shake-up in the projected lottery, affect the draft? Let's take a look.
Not every team is in position to build a championship contender in one offseason, but every franchise has a plan for improving in some sense, both through free agency and the NBA draft. The draft comes first, though, and a lot of wh... Read Post
Now that the lottery is over and the order of the 2013 NBA draft is set, it is time to officially unveil the latest first-round mock. There’s been lots of movement across the big board in recent weeks, especially after the always-im... Read Post
The lottery played out in such a fashion that it made mocking the draft much easier. Teams are now slotted to get good value at positions of need. Of course, this probably means no team will make the obvious selection, and mock draf... Read Post