National Lottery

20 Jun 19
Welcome

Aside from a handful of players expected to be picked near the top of the first round in the 2019 NBA draft — perhaps only Duke’s Zion Williamson and Murray State’s Ja Morant are locked in with the first two spots — it’s difficult to project where most players will wind up Thursday night. Trying […]

20 Jun 19
CBS New York

Zion Williamson smiled his way through nearly half an hour of questions, trying to portray himself like any player just hoping to be drafted.

20 Jun 19
Camerondeloatch.wordpress.com

Tonight’s NBA Draft is something that college prospects and fans have looked forward to for a long time. Some teams will draft a franchise cornerstone and others will draft a complete bust. Here is where I think the teams in the first round should draft and why. Your favorite team could be in play as […]

20 Jun 19
Sport Archives

The draft NBA applies, primarily, to what happens at the top. That is where LeBrons and Durants of the world are chosen, and often, that is where the future of the league takes effect. But there is something to say about what comes to us, too. The Spurs received Kawhi Leonard and the Bucks found […]

20 Jun 19
nbajam7

All Posts   While the 2019 Draft is still hours away, there are a lot of deals being made throughout the league. Already, the Utah Jazz acquired Mike Conley from the Grizzlies for Grayson Allen, Kyle Korver, Jae Crowder, and other considerations. Conley matched up with Donovan Mitchell will certainly make Mitchell a supreme guard […]

20 Jun 19
The Sports Daily

Last year we unveiled the inaugural “Final Tiers” Draft Big Board. 12 months later, I get to do this all over again. The tiers continue to serve as a measuring stick for where I have each prospect grouped relative to their draft class. Additionally this year the big board has several enhancements. The ESPN & Tankathon […]

20 Jun 19
3CoSports

Alex Kurpeski On the heels of the Lakers landing perhaps the biggest available fish in the pond that is the National Basketball Association (Anthony Davis), we here at 3CoSports have decided to theorize some more blockbuster trade concepts for this offseason. With the long awaited return of parity to the league, several teams should be […]

20 Jun 19
Time To Think Tank

  Mock Drafts always seem like an exercise in futility. With so many trades, rumors and surprises in every draft, what’s the point of trying to predict every pick? How successful are expert mock drafts? In short: not very. I went back to last year and looked at some of the media’s final mocks for […]

20 Jun 19
Nighthawk Sports Blog

1. New Orleans Pelicans: Zion Williamson, PF, 6’7″ 260lb, Duke And so we start off the draft with the most sure-fire slam dunk first overall pick since the New Orleans Pelicans were last in this position. They selected the recently traded Anthony Davis in 2011, and conveniently enough, they won the grand prize of the […]

20 Jun 19
St Mary's Church, Beverley

St Mary’s Church, Beverley is seeking a Heritage Learning Officer to develop the interpretation and widen awareness of its unique collection of medieval and Tudor roof bosses. This a part time post (equivalent 3 days per week) for 36 months and provides opportunities for flexible working. Salary is £24,000 per annum (£14,400 pro rata). We […]

20 Jun 19
AFROINSIDER

opinionBy Salifu Abdul-Rahaman IF wishes were horses, beggars would ride. And indeed if the AFCON trophy were a horse, the senior national team, the Black Stars and for that matter, Ghanaians would be eager to ride. Given that, it has been 37 years since the Black Stars won the African Cup at Libya ’82, at […]