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Baylor's Bruce Joins Sonics Summer League Team

July 7th, 2008

Former Baylor guard Aaron Bruce is part of the NBA franchise formerly known as the Seattle Sonics' summer league roster and will participate with the squad at the Orlando/Pepsi Pro Summer League that begins play Monday.

The team, part of the franchise that will relocate and play in Oklahoma City, is one of six NBA teams playing in the Orlando league.

Seattle Supersonics: NBA Draft Team Needs

June 15th, 2008
NBA Draft

2007-08 Record: 20-62; 5th Northwest

Draft Picks: 4, 24, 32, 46, 50, 56


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Bull Market: 2008 NBA Draft Lottery Results

May 20th, 2008
Chicago Bulls: NBA DraftThe 2008 NBA Draft Lottery was held Tuesday night, May 20th.  The Bulls were the big winner, moving up to the 1st despite owning less than 2% of the ping pong balls. Seattle was the biggest loser as they fall down to the 5th spot.. a frontcourt of Kevin Durant and Michael Beasley will no longer be possible.


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NBA Draft Review: What I Learned..

June 29th, 2007

The 2007 NBA Draft has taught us many things…

Joakim Noah has an interesting sense of style. The Blazers would’ve made all 60 picks if David Stern allowed it. Spike Lee likes Zach Randolph a lot more than Channing Frye. And Stephen A. Smith isn’t a big fan of Jason Richardson.

But of all the things I learned during the NBA Draft, this is what I learned the most…

1. NBA teams gave up on last year’s picks awful quickly

Lottery Lowdown: Part One - The Draft's Top Six Picks

June 12th, 2007
Atlanta Hawks: NBA Draft

Welcome to the Pacific Northwest, Mr. Oden and Mr. Durant. We’re sure you will love the nationally televised games and close proximity to Nike headquarters. Please let us know if you have any issues at all…

Yes, the basketball gods have spoken and they’ve told us Greg Oden will be a Blazer and Kevin Durant is Seattle-bound. But you already knew that. What you may not know is what the entire NBA Draft Lottery really means. So let’s start at the top…

1. Portland Trail Blazers