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  • Mocking the Draft – February Edition

    Feb 02, 2006, 08:53 pm
    At Draftexpress.com, we specialize in bringing you the most comprehensive scouting information available, so you can follow the blue chippers and mock draft all day and night. Our coverage is so thorough, not only do we mock the NBA draft, we mock the mock NBA draft. Here is the first installment of ?Mocking the Draft,? complete with all the hits and misses you?d expect from the Volume Shooter. Feel free to refer to DX?s NBA mock to get your bearings.
  • Inside the D-League (#4)

    Jan 31, 2006, 11:32 pm
    Mike Schmidt looks around the world of the NBDL with a comprehensive update on the development of the first and second year NBA players sent down so far, the regular D-League players who have caught the eyes of NBA scouts, and the latest news and notes of the recent callups.

    The NBA D-Leaguers including Gerald Green, Martell Webster and others are ranked based on the potential they've shown so far in their time in the league.
  • Snyder and Jackson Show JR the Way

    May 26, 2004, 01:00 am
    Jason Walker will attempt to go to as many workouts as allowed and bring the news and his opinions of the workout back to Hawks fans everywhere. On Tuesday, May 25, 2004, the Hawks brought in Oregon's Luke Jackson, Kirk Snyder of the University of Nevada, Morehead State's Ricky Minard, and high school standout J.R. Smith.
  • Hawks Pre-Draft Workout

    May 24, 2004, 01:00 am
    Jason Walker will attempt to go to as many workouts as allowed and bring the news and his opinions of the workout back to fans everywhere. On Saturday May 22, the Hawks brought in Rafael Araujo from Brigham Young, Auburn's Kyle Davis, Chris Garnett from Indiana Southeast (NAIA) and Colorado junior David Harrison.
  • 2001 Draft, A Preview of 2004?

    May 23, 2004, 01:00 am
    With all the high schoolers and foreign prospects flooding into this year's draft, it is pertinent to recall the remarkably similar 2001 NBA Draft. Both drafts feature several prominent high schoolers, a fair sampling of foreign teenagers, and a weaker than normal class of college upperclassmen. As it turns out, the 2001 NBA Draft class is quite possibly the least successful draft class after three seasons of any group in history. For the sake of teams choosing in the 2004 draft, one only hopes this upcoming draft class is far more successful than its similar predecessor.
  • The Word on the Street

    May 20, 2004, 01:00 am
    Jonathan Givony delivers the scoop on Haffa vs. Harrison, Snyder's showing in New Jersey, Pavel's health, Childress to GS Rumors and Slokar's situation.
  • Is it Drafty in Here?

    May 14, 2004, 01:00 am
  • Does Size Matter?

    May 12, 2004, 01:00 am
  • All-Canadian Profiles

    May 12, 2004, 01:00 am
    While most people at the Hershey Centre on Saturday came to see, hear from, and talk about Ivan Chiriaev those that kept an eye on the other Canadian High School All-Stars in the building was in for a real treat. Canadian talent, all the way from Vancouver, BC to Halifax, NS came together for the first annual Adidas All-Canadian Game. Draftcity.com had the chance to sit down with 15 of the players, and see what some of their interests are off the court.
  • The Two Sides of Ivan Chiriaev

    May 10, 2004, 01:00 am
    Never in the history of Canadian sports has a basketball player traveled to both extremes of public opinion in such a limited amount of time. Unless you've been under a rock for the past few months, you probably know who Ivan Chiriaev is. The 7-1 sensation from St. Thomas Aquinas High school in Oakville, ON by way of St. Petersburg Russia burst his way onto the NBA draft scene when scouts, the media, and even himself started talking about a 7-1 player with the unheard of ability play the point even at the NBA level.
  • March Diamonds Often Revert to Coal

    Apr 27, 2004, 01:00 am
    Every year the NCAA Tournament becomes a springboard for some players leading into the draft, their stock soaring with a great team run or awesome individual performance on the game's biggest stage. The average fan and non-local media take notice and become enamored with these March heroes, often stars from smaller conferences or good players on what becomes a popular, great team. But the savvy draftniks and good NBA GMs know that for every unearthed diamond, there are plenty more lumps of NBA coal.
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