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  • NBA lottery still creating hope and headlines after 30 years

    NEW YORK (AP) — Phil Jackson remembers watching old teammate Dave DeBusschere pound his fist in triumph, when the Knicks and NBA were dual winners. The first draft lottery in 1985 gave New York the No. 1 pick and the NBA all the publicity a league...
  • Noel likes Philly's chances in draft

    Noel likes Philly's chances in draft
    PHILADELPHIA — Nerlens Noel has a good feeling about tonight's NBA Draft Lottery in New York. "I definitely feel it's a big day," said Noel after Monday afternoon's workout/promo shoot at the team's practice facility. "Obviously, there's a lot...
  • Miami Heat's stakes not contingent on NBA draft lottery

    The Heat was in Indianapolis this time last year when those NBA draft lottery balls floated and hopped and landed in such an unlikely way it was almost too unreal to believe. The Milwaukee Bucks had the best odds of landing the No.1 overall pick,...
  • The NBA draft lottery's biggest surprises

    The NBA draft lottery's biggest surprises
    Tuesday marks one of the most important nights on the NBA calendar. I’m of course referring to the NBA draft lottery—the ridiculous process that decides the selection order of the upcoming draft. On this magical evening, the 14 worst teams...
  • 76ers play the lottery; will Ohio State's D'Angelo Russell be winning ticket?

    Since this season began, the NBA draft on June 25 has been targeted as third stage of the 76ers' rebuilding process. It served as a glimmer of hope as the team opened the season with 17 consecutive losses as part of Tanking Part II. There was a sense...
  • Duke's Justise Winslow expects to make immediate impact in NBA

    Justise Winslow wasn't exclusively about basketball his one academic year at Duke. "I like art it's something I've gotten into in the last year," Winslow said at the NBA draft combine. "I watched a lot of documentaries. Hopefully one day I'll be...
  • Flyers find their coach

    Flyers find their coach
    The Flyers went outside the organization to find a new head coach, hiring University of North Dakota coach Dave Hakstol. North Dakota made the NCAA Tournament in every one of Hakstol's 11 seasons and reached the Frozen Four seven times, including this...
  • Duke's Winslow could be option for Sixers at 5th or 6th pick

    CHICAGO Seven games into his Duke career, Justise Winslow was dubbed a "well-rounded James Harden" by USA Today. Five months later, the small forward still isn't sure why he is compared to the Houston Rockets shooting guard. "Maybe being left-handed,...
  • Boatright Heading To NBA Draft Combine In Chicago

    Boatright Heading To NBA Draft Combine In Chicago
    The NBA draft combine starts Tuesday in Chicago and UConn's Ryan Boatright is among the 62 players expected to participate. Boatright, who missed UConn's final game and several all-star events with a shoulder injury, is healthy and expected to do all the...
  • NBA combine participants differ on who should be drafted No. 1

    NBA combine participants differ on who should be drafted No. 1
    Keifer Sykes answered the question and followed with a question of his own Friday when asked to play general manager with the No. 1 pick in June's NBA draft. "Jahil Okafor, baby," said Sykes, a former Green Bay point guard and a participant in the NBA...
  • Benet's Frank Kaminsky wants NBA teams to be frank with him about draft

    Benet's Frank Kaminsky wants NBA teams to be frank with him about draft
    CHICAGO — Frank Kaminsky wants to hear the truth. Even if it hurts. In all of his interviews with teams Wednesday and Thursday at the NBA draft combine — including a half-hour talk with the Orlando Magic — he asked executives and...