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Thanasis Antetokounmpo, brother of Giannis, Drafted by the Knicks

by Kenny Ducey

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Thanasis Antetokounmpo was selected by the New York Knicks late in the 2nd Round of Thursday's Draft, and emerged from section 25 at the Barclays Center to walk on stage. He spoke to media shortly after, and expressed his gratitude towards the team for trusting in him, and his desire to give it all he's got to try and make the team. Hear what he had to say below.

Bill Self Projects Wiggins, Parker as All-Stars

by Kenny Ducey

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While roaming the hallways of the Barclays Center, Bill Self was stopped for a few moments to answer some questions about two former Kansas Jayhawks - #1 Overall Pick in this year's NBA Draft Andrew Wiggins, and Joel Embiid, who went 3rd Overall to Philadelphia. Take a listen to how Self thinks they'll fare in the league.

Mock NBA Draft - Picks 1-10

by Sam Torres Jr

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Rarely are draft classes praised by NBA Draft experts. It seems like every season the analysts’ proclaim that the current year’s draft is worse than the one prior. However, it is even more rare for analysts to even dare to compare a draft class to the legendary 1984 class or even the illustrious 2003 class…until now.

Branden Frazier Works out for the Brooklyn Nets

by Kenny Ducey

Fordham Athletics

Branden Frazier got a special opportunity Tuesday - a chance to workout for his hometown Brooklyn Nets and take a step towards playing in the NBA, something he says he's always dreamed of.

"I think I did pretty well, he said. "There's a lot of shooting stuff I could have done better with, but it's about working."

Inside the NBA Draft Lottery

by Kevin Kelly

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Audio from NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and Cleveland Cavaliers GM David Griffin at the end of the article.

After all of the conspiracy theorists calm down, all of the outrage over the system subsides, and all of the laughter caused by the absurdity of the results ceases, we're still left with a simple list.