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Boston Boilermakers – JaJuan Johnson & E’Twaun Moore

Boston Boilermakers – JaJuan Johnson & E’Twaun Moore

Last night, the Boston Celtics selected two players in the draft. They originally selected Providence shooting guard MarShon Brooks at pick No. 25. Many people were excited to hear that he was the pick, but he was quickly flipped to the New Jersey Nets for the No. 27 pick and a second round selection in [...]

2011 NBA Mock Draft: Version 3.0

2011 NBA Mock Draft: Version 3.0

Finally, we are here! Tonight is the 2011 NBA draft and I will be bringing you the third and final version of my mock draft. There are plenty of trade rumors swirling along with teams sending out smokescreens on who they like and are now considering just hours before Commissioner Stern announces the Cleveland Cavaliers [...]

2011 NBA Mock Draft: Version 2.0

2011 NBA Mock Draft: Version 2.0

With the 2011 NBA Draft now just under two weeks away, I figured it would be a good time to update the first mock draft I published two and a half weeks ago. Not many changes in the top-10 of my mock, but after that there is plenty of shake up. Let’s take a look! [...]

Chad Ford’s Latest Mock: C’s Pick JaJuan Johnson

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Chad Ford is “the guy” when it comes to NBA mock drafts. In his latest 4.0 mock on ESPN he has the Celtics picking Purdue forward JaJuan Johnson. Here is what he had to say about the pick along with his choices for mock drafts 1-3: Mock Draft 3.0 (May 24th) Mock Draft 2.0 (May [...]

2011 NBA Mock Draft: Version 1.0

2011 NBA Mock Draft: Version 1.0

In one month’s time, David Stern will be gracing the stage in Newark, NJ to announce the future stars of the NBA at the 2011 NBA Draft. Since the off season really gets me fired up, I decided to put together a mock draft. I’m usually good for one (maybe two) version per year, so [...]

2011 NBA Draft: Celtics’ Potential Targets

2011 NBA Draft: Celtics’ Potential Targets

In my mind, the NBA season is broken down into four parts: the off season, the preseason, the regular season and the postseason. Outside of our title runs, nothing gets me going like the off season where the draft, trades and free agent acquisitions flood the headlines. Today, I’m going to turn my focus on [...]

2011 NBA Draft: Point Guards

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A general understanding of NBA rosters is all you need to figure out that the NBA has evolved into a perimeter player’s league. The American pro game is now virtually

run by guards and wings that possess some combination of speed, quickness, athleticism and the ability to create off the dribble. It’s no secret that coaches and executives around the league salivate at the mouth at the opportunity to snag an elite prospect with those characteristics, and for good reason.

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