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Best 2013 NBA Draft Second Round Picks?

by Sebastian Egerton-Read • July 1, 2013

Successful basketball franchises are often built through free agency, very high draft picks or major trades. However, there are also organizations that rely heavily upon drafting well throughout. They rely upon picking up future role players in the second round. Those roles players can play absolutely huge roles when it comes to the long regular […]

NBA Draft 2013: Five ‘Dark Horse’ Players To Watch

by Sebastian Egerton-Read • June 17, 2013

A lot of the talk about the 2013 NBA draft has centered around the absence of top end stars and the absence of prospective star NBA players among the top 10 selections. That’s a fair criticism. However, that doesn’t mean that the draft doesn’t represent good value for the teams entering it with picks. If […]

Who Has Helped Their Draft Stock in the NCAA Tournament?

by James Folsom • April 7, 2013

Players in the past have really helped their draft status by having a great NCAA Tournament. One that comes quickly to mind for me is Joakim Noah in 2006. He was a relative unknown going into that NCAA Tournament. By the team he had led the Florida Gators to a national championship, set the record […]