J'mison Morgan, the 6-10 senior center from Dallas (Tex.) South Oak Cliff, had arranged to make his…
Burlison's First Mock NBA Draft
The order in which the teams with lottery selections (1 to 14) will select in the first round was determined Tuesday night, with the Chicago Bulls coming away, of course, as the very big winners and now with a very tantalizing decision to make public on NBA Draft night on June 26. But a clearer sense of the players that are likely to be selected, and in which sequence, after Chicago and Miami have at the first two picks, shouldn't begin to take shape until the league's May 27-30 Pre-Draft Camp in Orlando, and during the subsequent workouts conducted by franchises beginning on June 23. In the meantime, here's a look at my first stab at a projecting the first round. College freshmen make up 11 of the picks, with 10 sophomores and but four juniors and three seniors. Two non-college foreign players made the cut. 1. CHICAGO – Michael Beasley (6-9, Kansas State) Comment: Naturally, a Derrick Rose (6-3, Memphis) selection could be in play here, as well, especially if a new coach is...
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- Willis' helmet did not come off
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