Athletes have long been known for having great style and the 2014 draft class did not disappoint.
Wizards fans irate over the team’s non-existent pick in the 2014 NBA Draft have been making their presence felt. One of them, Danny Rouhier of 106.7 The Fan, has addressed the omitted draft pick with particular ferocity.
LeBron James singularly orchestrated the Big Three union. And now that he has opted out of his Miami Heat contract, he’s once again the Alpha Male of pro sports. Teams are scrambling to find the proper finances and expiring contracts, flipping over cushions for salary cap coin.
The Wizards traded away their sole selection in the 2014 NBA Draft for cash considerations, rendering every fan that stayed awake for the vacant pick utterly outraged.
The Washington Wizards don’t have a first-round pick in the 2014 NBA Draft — and maybe that’s a good thing.
Two weeks have now passed since we last saw the San Antonio Spurs dismantle the Miami Heat to win their fifth championship. On Thursday, it will be time for the winners to put the champagne down as the 2014 NBA Draft commences
Word on the street is that the big cheeses at the NCAA and NBA have agreed on a new age requirement for playing pro ball. NBA commissioner Adam Silver, who really doesn’t need the NCAA’s approval, is increasingly vocal on the matter.
The Wizards wrapped up a 3-day minicamp Thursday ahead of their upcoming Summer League games in Las Vegas, where the star attraction was rookie Otto Porter, who’s currently enduring the struggles of adjusting to the NBA’s style of play.
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Washington’s coach didn’t care who went first and second — as long as it wasn’t Georgetown sophomore forward Otto Porter, Jr.