2007 NBA re-draft: The way it should have been

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Back then, you selected the potentially dominant big man at No. 1 by default. It proved to be a not-so-wise choice, but of course it was not the only one in the 2007 draft.

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2019 aggregate mock draft 8.0: What's the consensus after the lottery?

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The 2019 NBA draft lottery as well as the inaugural G League Elite Camp and the annual draft combine are all providing fascinating insights.

For those who like basketball prospects, this is one of the most wonderful times of the year. We have compiled the results from all of the most notable recent mock draft projections by ESPNSI.comBleacher Report, The Athletic and The Ringer. While these may factor in team fits, ours is more of a consensus to provide an expected range for each player.

It is worth mentioning that several prospects appeared in the Top-8 for all of the mock drafts we surveyed. While the orders varied, these players included Zion Williamson, Ja Morant, RJ Barrett, Jarrett Culver, De’Andre Hunter, Darius Garland and Coby White.

Included below are scouting reports on three of the most

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NBA draft lottery and other podcasts of the day

By: | May 15, 2019

All the top NBA podcasts compiled here on a daily basis so you don’t have to look for them. Enjoy!

May 15 06:15 AM Listen to Game Theory Podcast episodes free, on demand. In this episode of the podcast, I chat with good friend of the program Cole Zwicker, where we break down all the madness that unfolded as the New Orleans Pelicans ended up winning the NBA Draft Lottery on Tuesday night, with Memphis moving up to 2, the Knicks to No. 3, and the Lakers up to NO. 4.  Then, we chat about my experiences here at the G League Combine. Finally, we give some hot takes on Game of Thrones.  …

May 15 06:00 AM Bucks beat reporter Matt Velazquez

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Wolves, Mavs have been unluckiest teams in NBA draft lottery history

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By: | May 14, 2019

Since the first NBA draft lottery back in 1985, teams across the league have needed a little bit of luck to help determine their futures.

According to our research department, the two teams who have received the least help from projected lottery scenarios to the actual results have been the Minnesota Timberwolves and Dallas Mavericks. Dallas has moved down six times, finished in the same spot eight times and have yet to move up and get a higher pick than expected.

Minnesota has moved down in the lottery 11 times, finished in the same spot as their projections nine times and have also never moved up. That gives them a league-worst net movement score of 17 spots lower than what the straight math would have given them. Even when they landed a franchise-changing star in

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