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About Basketball: NBA Draft Prospects and Previews
Profiles of college basketball stars who may have the opportunity to play at the next level, and some idea as to where they might land in the NBA Draft.
NBA Draft History - Basketball - About.com
Expanding the NBA Draft? The NBA's owners have reportedly proposed an expansion of the NBA Draft as part of the league's next collective bargaining ...
NBA Draft Glossary - Basketball - About.com
Sometimes it seems NBA Draft experts are speaking their own language. Here's a breakdown of some of the common terms used when discussing ...
NBA Draft - Going Pro in Europe - Basketball - About.com
Two significant college basketball players -- Florida's Nick Calathes and Epiphanny Prince, star scorer for Rutgers' women's team -- are leaving college early to ...
NBA Draft - Basketball - About.com
Basketball fans look to the future, and the NBA's stars of tomorrow learn where they'll be playing at the annual NBA Draft.
The NBA Draft Lottery - Basketball - About.com
Ever wonder how exactly the NBA Draft Lottery works? What are the chances of each NBA team to win the first pick of the NBA Draft? Find the answer right here!
2013 NBA Draft Review: Biggest Winners and Losers - Basketball
The 2013 NBA draft may have lacked guaranteed superstars, but it was one of the deepest drafts of all time. Although there was not a single prospect that ...
2012 NBA Draft: Final Mock Draft - Basketball - About.com
Anthony Davis will be the top overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft. After that, all bets are off. This year's class is very talented, but there may not be a ton of ...
What is a snake draft? - Basketball - About.com
In a "snake" draft, teams select players in numeric order in the initial round, and that order is reversed in the second. ... 2014 NBA Finals Breakdown · The NBA.
NBA Age Limit: Bad for College Hoops? - Basketball - About.com
Four of the first five picks in the 2008 NBA Draft -- and fourteen overall -- were freshmen. Arizona recruit Brandon Jennings might skip a college career entirely ...