You remember kick-ball, don't you?
Two kids would proclaim themselves "captain" and the picking would begin. A smile would form on the first few picks as they walked over to their new team. A pump fist would follow as you heard your name picked somewhere near the middle. And a sigh of relief would come knowing you weren't picked last.
Being picked last stunk.
In the NBA Draft not being picked first is like being picked last in kick-ball. It seems everyone who isn't the first to shake David Sterns hand develops a grudge against the team that passed on him.
While players use being "passed-over" as motivation to improve, it's left to us as fans to evaluate drafts over time to see if the teams made the right pick or not. When y ...
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Article written by Jose Salviati