NBA Draft Lottery
Now, I don’t typically buy conspiracy theories. Trust me, I don’t. But the NBA Draft Lottery? Well, let’s just say some convenient things have happened throughout the years. Like last year, when the NBA-0wned New Orleans Hornets won the lucky ping pong ball and not our Charlotte Bobcats, who had the worst record. Saints owner Tom Benson had just agreed to purchase the team, which the league had been trying to sell for a year and a half. Add in the fact that Benson was in attendance and Michael Jordan wasn’t and you can see why people raised questions.
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The Charlotte Bobcats continued their losing ways this year on Wednesday when they missed out on the number one pick of the draft. After sporting a 7-59 record and the worst losing percentage in league history (.106), it seemed like they were for certain headed for the number one pick of the draft. In fact, everybody in Charlotte had pretty much banked on taking Anthony Davis at one since about mid-March. So what exactly went wrong Wednesday night?
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