Draft Lottery Day: Winners and Losers post-NBA Combine

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nbadraft13_300x250_3 (1)Woo-hoo! Draft lottery day has arrived, and there will be a whole new level of hope for some playoff outlier by the time the second half of the Spurs-Grizzlies game begins.

Do we know who is going to go No. 1?

No we don’t. As mentioned here, Orlando and New Orleans are likely to trade the No. 1 pick if they win.

But the way the ping-pong balls fly will change the landscape across the NBA, and could lead to a significant amount of wheeling and dealing by the time it is time to report to Brooklyn, where 30 players will be the last to have their names called by commissioner David Stern.

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2013 NBA Draft: Top Shooting Guard Prospects


Most years, where we’re talking about the NBA draft, the relative strengths of the various shapes and sizes differ. The 2013 draft will be no exception. While there are talented perimeter scorers, lockdown defenders, and everything in between, the 2013 class does lack something significant this year … star power on the wings.

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