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2013 NBA Draft – First Round Picks

Posted on 28 Jun, 2013, by in Featured

A draft with no clear superstars means plenty of surprises, as Anthony Bennett ended up being the number one pick by the Cleveland Cavaliers, dropping Nerlens Noel to six (eventually landing with the Philadelphia 76ers), while Victor Oladipo (Orlando Magic), Otto Porter (Washington Wizards), Cody Zeller (Charlotte Bobcats) and Alex Len (Phoenix Suns) completed the top 5. More

All the Picks From the 2013 NFL Draft First Round

Posted on 26 Apr, 2013, by in Featured

There’s no doubt that the 2013 NFL Draft is mostly about offensive tackles and pass rushers, with the top 5 consisting of Eric Fisher, Lane Johnson and Luke Joeckel, all offensive linemen, going to Kansas City Chiefs, Philadelphia Eagles and Jacksonville Jaguars respectively, while the Miami Dolphins picked Dion Jordan and the Detroit Lions took Ezekiel Ansah, representing those going after quarterbacks. More

All the Picks From the 2012 NBA Draft First Round

Posted on 29 Jun, 2012, by in NBA

Draft night was mostly about Anthony Davis picked as number one, but it turned out to be quite a celebration for the Kentucky Wildcats, as he was joined by Michael Kidd-Gilchrist in going 1-2 from the same school and all together 4 players in the first round of the 2012 NBA Draft, which surprisingly had no trades in the top 10. More

All the Picks From the 2012 NFL Draft First Round

Posted on 27 Apr, 2012, by in Featured

No real surprises at the top of the 2012 NFL Draft, as both Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III were sealed weeks ago with the Colts and Redskins. Lower? Got interesting, as two more quarterbacks were picked in the first round while Cleveland and Dallas made some interesting moves by trading up to get Richardson and Claiborne. More

All the Picks From the 2011 NBA Draft First Round

Posted on 24 Jun, 2011, by in Featured

A pre-lockout draft, like the one in 1998? Big meeting today, and we’ll now more tonight. For now, the 2011 NBA draft promises less talent than usual but the usual hopes and dreams of players and teams alike, mostly the Cleveland Cavaliers who chose not to trade any of the picks, going for Kyrie Erving from Duke as the Number one pick. More