Cheat Sheet: Your 12 Biggest NBA Draft Questions Answered

By: 06.25.14  •  48 Comments
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Words by Derz

It’s time to put aside your LeBron, Carmelo and Kevin Love “what if” scenarios, and shift focus to the largest “what if” generator in the sports world: tomorrow’s NBA Draft. Having failed last year by selecting Anthony Bennett at number one, and having stuttered through three years of the Kyrie-rebuilding project, all the pressure of the Internets is on the Cavaliers to NOT F*CK THIS UP.

Fortunately for them, there is a plethora of talent on the board, and screwing up again seems close to impossible. The Bucks, 76ers and Magic are also unlikely to return from the draft without quality additions. But if you haven’t been paying 100% attention over the last few months, you might be feeling a little out of your depth in those water cooler discussions with colleagues who read ESPN and Grantland all day on company time.

Fear not…I’m here to answer your questions, and bring you up to speed. Let’s begin…

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