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Blog: Winners and Losers of the 2014 NBA Draft

[caption id="attachment_27841" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (June 25, 2014 - Source: Mike Stobe/Getty Images North America)[/caption] With the 2014 NBA Draft over, the biggest winners were the teams that selected in the top three- as the top three prospects are franchise-changing players. Cleveland Cavaliers (Andrew Wiggins): The Cleveland Cavaliers selected first and gained the player I believed was the top prospect in the draft in Andrew Wiggins. At the conclusion of the
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The NBA All-Time Draft: First Round Picks 1-15

[caption id="attachment_22774" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Getty Images[/caption] With picks 16-30 already taken here's a look at 1-15 in the NBA all-time Draft No.15 Denver Nuggets: Kobe Bryant  Bryant is the second best shooting guard in NBA history.  While he is active and recently signed a 2-year contract extension the question now is his career winding down as injuries are a growing concern for him. He has led the NBA in field
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2013 NBA Free Agency: The Inscriber 2013-2014 NBA Free Agent Tracker

Keep track what is going on in the NBA with free agent signings for the 2013-2014 season. Team signings: Atlanta Hawks: DeMarre Carroll signs two-year deal Paul Millsap inks two-year deal Re-signs Kyle Korver for four-years Boston Celtics: Brooklyn Nets: Andray Blatche re-signs for one-year Shaun Livingston signs for one-year Charlotte Bobcats: Al Jefferson signs 3-year deal Re-signs Josh McRoberts for two-years Chicago Bulls: Signs Mike Dunleavy for two-years Re-signs Nazr Mohammed for one-year Cleveland
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2013 NBA Free Agency: Blazers Finally Get Veteran Center in Lopez

The Portland Trail Blazers finally got the veteran center they've been desperately needing. Robin Lopez was squired during a three team trade that involved the Blazers, Sacramento Kings, and New Orleans Pelicans. Lopez is a 5-year veteran who averaged 11.3 points and 5.6 rebounds per game in 2012-13. With a contract of $5.1 million, this is a “more bang for your buck” trade. Lopez, the twin brother of Brooklyn Nets
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2013 NBA Trades: Rockets Trade Thomas Robinson To Blazers

The Houston Rockets have made a move that made it clear there's interested in acquiring free-agent Dwight Howard. In order to do this Houston traded Thomas Robinson to the Portland Trail Blazers in exchange for two future second-round picks and the draft rights to Kostas Papnikolau and Marko Todorovic. It cannot be finalized until the moratorium ends on July 10th.  Robinson got selected with the fifth overall pick in the
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2013 NBA Draft : Sacramento Kings Come Up Big, Land SG Ben McLemore

With the seventh overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, the Sacramento Kings selected Ben McLemore, shooting guard from the University of Kansas. The draft has already brought many surprises to fans including the Cleveland Cavaliers, who selected power forward Anthony Bennett with the first overall pick. In fact, the projected first overall pick Nerlens Noel fell to the New Orleans Pelicans at no. 6. The big man was eventually