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I don't know what I would do if the Bulls got a top two pick. It's bigger than just getting Oden or Durant for them. It could also mean they don't have to trade one of their young core to get a low-post force.

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I don't know what I would do if the Bulls got a top two pick. It's bigger than just getting Oden or Durant for them. It could also mean they don't have to trade one of their young core to get a low-post force.

If the Bulls get a first or second the Fire Isiah Chants will live forever in the rafters of MSG.

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I am looking forward to the lottery tonight. I'm not really into the nba right now, but it's interesting.

Running espn.com's draft lottery simulator I come up with.....

The Memphis Grizzlies!

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Personally, my ideal scenario involves the Knicks winning the top pick, the Bulls brass coming up to the podium with high fives and an Oden jersey, and a press release later in the day that Isiah was fired on the spot. My second favorite scenario involves the Hawks getting the fourth pick, only to have the Suns walk away with the pick.

Cynical, possibly. But wouldn't it be a lot of fun?

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I really hope the Bulls get the top pick. I think it would definately be Oden. The Bulls need someone in the low post, and already have players like Durant. I did the simulator a couple times. The Bulls got Josh McRoberts or Roy Hibbert every time, but once they got the 1st pick. Hopefully that is how the real lottery turns out.

The Bulls got the 9th pick. Maybe Roy Hibbert will be left, they might even trade the pick for a big man.

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You're all wrong - Portland wins the Draft Lottery. Seattle will pick #2, followed by Atlanta. Memphis and Boston round out the top 5.

Well the Hawks' top pick is safe. But yeah, did not expect Portland to win it. They're going to rise back to prominence in a couple of years. Congrats to the Blazers.

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Is it safe to assume Bill Simmons is on suicide watch?

Hell, with the way the balls came out, the entire Eastern Conference should be on life support for the next few years. Good Lord, that went so much in the West's favor.

And lol @ Danny Ainge getting the blame for this.

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Is it safe to assume Bill Simmons is on suicide watch?

If "The Sports Guy" is on suicide watch, I just hope he stops teasing us and closes the damn deal.

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Y'know this Oden-Aldridge frontcourt is going to be so similar to San Antonio's Robinson-Duncan frontcourt that it isn't even funny, all the way down to Oden being the same age as the Admiral.

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TNak.

That wasn't very nice.

Anyway, I think it's pretty funny how the Celtics have crapped out since 1986. The Curse of Len Bias anyone?

I'm down. Perhaps this is the basketball gods' way of evening things out after the C's domination in the 50's and 60's...

(it's a curse. who am I kidding? B) )

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You're all wrong - Portland wins the Draft Lottery. Seattle will pick #2, followed by Atlanta. Memphis and Boston round out the top 5.

Well the Hawks' top pick is safe. But yeah, did not expect Portland to win it. They're going to rise back to prominence in a couple of years. Congrats to the Blazers.

So the Hawks have their best-case scenario....two picks in the top 11.

I wonder which two 6'8" power forwards are heading to Atlanta this season.....

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