We’re entering the NBA’s first “big weekend” of the season, which is usually a good thing.
That means we’ll get a whole lot of lottery talk this weekend.
For example, there will be plenty of talking about the NBA Draft lottery and how it will determine which players will be selected.
There will be lots of talk about who will win the NBA Championship, which usually means lots of talking on how the NBA will select the top overall pick.
Then there will also be lots and lots of hoopla over the NBA Summer League.
There’s no doubt that the NBA has made a concerted effort to try to keep the NBA draft exciting and exciting, which means that this weekend is going to be no exception.
But it won’t be as exciting as the last one, which was the first NBA Draft Lottery in franchise history.
The first draft was a complete failure and the second is also probably the worst.
Here are five reasons why the NBA is still going to have a draft lottery this year.
It’s just not as good as last year There’s one big reason why the draft lottery is so disappointing this year: It’s not as close as it used to be.
Last year, the lottery went from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m.
Eastern Time (8 p.c. to 7 a.m., Pacific Time).
This year, it will be 8 p.p.m.-2 a.a.m.: Eastern.
There are only a couple of ways to go in this lottery: 1.
Wait for the actual draft lottery to take place 2.
Draft lottery will be more than a month away, and then you’ll have to wait again for the real draft 3.
If you’re in the market for a franchise-tagged player, you may be in luck because the team who drafts you may have already signed him to a team-friendly contract.
That way, the other team can still use the player in the summer league to build its roster and get the player it needs for the regular season.
But even if the other club signs a player for $6 million, it doesn’t matter: If the other side isn’t able to trade him for a player it doesn,t want, the player’s value will plummet.
If the player is able to get to the NBA, the team with the highest lottery pick will be the one with the worst record.
That’s not a great way to build a franchise.
If it’s the NBA and there’s a lot of people clamoring to take the top player, it’s probably a good idea to wait for the draft to take a little longer.
The draft lottery isn’t a good way to draft players If you think the draft is a bad way to go about it, think again.
This year’s lottery was the third draft in franchise History, and it had the best chance to be the best draft in history.
In fact, it was the best since the NBA started keeping records in 1967, when it started recording the results of the draft every year.
In the 1960s, the NBA was just about as bad at keeping track of the results as it was at drafting players, and the league had a lot more problems with keeping track than it does today.
When the NBA first began keeping records, the first draft lottery was held at the New York Hilton on April 13, 1962.
That draft had a total of 23 players selected.
That was in addition to the seven players selected in the previous two drafts, which had an overall record of 13 players.
The last time a team had a record-setting draft was in 1987, when the Phoenix Suns selected the sixth-ranked player in history, Michael Jordan, in the sixth round.
The Suns had a team record of 27 players drafted that year.
That team record has been broken by only one team, the Dallas Mavericks, in 2011.
This season, there’s one player who is going in the first round.
His name is DeMarcus Cousins, who’s expected to be selected No. 1 overall by the Los Angeles Lakers.
If Cousins is not selected in this weekend’s draft, his team will be a little more fortunate than it was in 2013.
If there is a player who the Lakers select with the fourth pick, they’ll be the first team to have two players selected at the same spot in the draft.
The Lakers will have to be careful not to select Cousins in the lottery, since there’s no guarantee that they will be able to find another player to sign him to his franchise-friendly deal.
But the Lakers are doing a pretty good job of finding players to sign to their franchise-altering deals, and if Cousins is selected with the second pick, he should be the Lakers’ first pick in the next round.
So there’s little chance that Cousins will be picked with the first pick.
The NBA is trying to avoid a repeat of the past draft lottery This year marks the second time the NBA tried to keep its draft