Friday, June 26, 2015
1. Minnesota Timberwolves: Karl-Anthony Towns (PF/C, Kentucky, Fr., 19, 7-0, 248)
2. Los Angeles Lakers: D'Angelo Russell (PG/SG, Ohio State, Fr., 19, 6-5, 193)
3. Philadelphia 76ers – Jahlil Okafor (C, Duke, Fr., 19, 6-11, 272)
4. New York Knicks – Kristaps Porzingis (PF, Sevilla/International, 19, 7-0, 230)
5. Orlando Magic – Mario Hezonja (SG/SF, Barcelona/International, 20, 6-8, 200)
6. Sacramento Kings – Willie Cauley-Stein (C, Kentucky, Jr., 21, 7-1, 242)
7. Denver Nuggets – Emmanuel Mudiay (PG, Guangdong/International, 19, 6-5, 200)
8. Detroit Pistons – Stanley Johnson (SF, Arizona, Fr., 18, 6-7, 242)
9. Charlotte Hornets – Frank Kaminsky (PF, Wisconsin, Sr., 22, 7-1, 231)
10. Miami Heat – Justise Winslow (SF, Duke, Fr., 19, 6-7, 222)
11. Indiana Pacers – Myles Turner (C, Texas, Fr., 19, 7-0, 239)
12. Utah Jazz – Trey Lyles (PF, Kentucky, Fr., 19, 6-10, 241)
13. Phoenix Suns – Devin Booker (SG, Kentucky, Fr., 18, 6-6, 206)
14. Oklahoma City Thunder – Cameron Payne (PG, Murray State, So., 20, 6-2, 183)
15. Washington Wizards (via trade from Hawks through Nets) – Kelly Oubre (SF, Kansas, Fr., 19, 6-7, 203)
16. Boston Celtics – Terry Rozier (PG, Louisville, So., 21, 6-2, 190)
17. Milwaukee Bucks – Rashad Vaughn (SG, UNLV, Fr., 18, 6-5, 199)
18. Houston Rockets (from New Orleans Pelicans) – Sam Dekker (SF, Wisconsin, Jr., 21, 6-9, 219)
19. New York Knicks (traded from Hawks through Nets) – Jerian Grant (PG, Notre Dame, Sr., 22, 6-5, 198)
20. Toronto Raptors – Delon Wright (PG, Utah, Sr., 23, 6-6, 181)
21. Dallas Mavericks – Justin Anderson SF, Virginia, Jr., 21, 6-6, 231)
22. Chicago Bulls – Bobby Portis (PF, Arkansas, So., 20, 6-11, 246)
23. Brooklyn Nets (traded by Trail Blazers) – Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (SF, Arizona, So., 20, 6-7, 211)
24. Minnesota Timberwolves (traded from Cavaliers) – Tyus Jones (PG, Duke, Fr., 19, 6-2, 185)
25. Memphis Grizzlies – Jarrell Martin (SF/PF, LSU, So., 20, 6-9, 239)
26. San Antonio Spurs – Nikola Milutinov (C, Partizan/International, 20, 7-0, 220)
27. Los Angeles Lakers (from Rockets) – Larry Nance Jr. (PF, Wyoming, Sr., 22, 6-9, 227)
28. Boston Celtics (from Clippers) – R.J. Hunter (SG, Georgia State, Jr., 21, 6-6, 185)
29. Brooklyn Nets (from Hawks) – Chris McCullough (PF, Syracuse, Fr., 20, 6-9, 199)
30. Golden State Warriors – Kevon Looney (PF, UCLA, Fr., 19, 6-9, 222)
31. Minnesota Timberwolves: (traded with Rakeem Christmas to Cleveland Cavaliers for Tyus Jones)- Cedi Osman, Macedonia
32. Houston Rockets - Montrezl Harrell, Louisville
33. Boston Celtics - Jordan Mickey, LSU
34. Los Angeles Lakers - Anthony Brown, Stanford
35. Minnesota Timberwolves - Willy Hernangómez, Spain
36. Minnesota Timberwolves (traded with Cedi Osman to Cleveland Cavaliers for Tyus Jones) - Rakeem Christmas, Syracuse
37. Philadelphia 76ers - Richaun Holmes, Bowling Green
38. Detroit Pistons - Darrun Hillard, Villanova
39. Charlotte Hornets - Juan Valet, Argentina
40. Miami Heat - Josh Richardson, Tennessee
41. Brooklyn Nets (traded to Portland Trail Blazers with Mason Plumlee for Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Steve Blake) - Pat Connaughton, Notre Dame
42. Utah Jazz - Oliver Hanlan, Boston College
43. Indiana Pacers - Joseph Young, Oregon
44. Phoenix Suns - Andrew Harrison, Kentucky
45. Boston Celtics - Marcus Thornton, William & Mary
46. Milwaukee Bucks (traded with a first-round pick to the Toronto Raptors for Greivis Vasquez) - Norman Powell, UCLA
47. Philadelphia 76ers - Arturas Gudaitis, Lithuania
48. Oklahoma City Thunder - Dakari Johnson, Kentucky
49. Washington Wizards - Aaron White, Iowa
50. Atlanta Hawks - Marcus Eriksson, Sweden
51. Orlando Magic - Tyler Harvey, Eastern Washington
52. Dallas Mavericks - Satnam Singh Bhamara, India
53. Cleveland Cavaliers - Sir'Dominic Pointer, St. John's
54. Utah Jazz - Daniel Diez, Spain
55. San Antonio Spurs - Cady Lalanne, Massachusetts
56. New Orleans Hornets - Branden Dawson, Michigan State
57. Denver Nuggets - Nikola Radicevic, Serbia
58. Philadelphia 76ers - J.P. Tokoto, North Carolina
59. Atlanta Hawks - Dimitrios Agravanis, Greece
60. Philadelphia 76ers - Luka Mitrovic, Serbia
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
This is what boxing should be, unlike the boring Mayweather - Pacquiao fight which is real snoozer. Middleweight champion Miguel Cotto utterly destroyed former unified middleweight titleholder Daniel Geale in the 4th round to retain the Middleweight world title in front of 12,157 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Cotto's last fight was with Sergio Martinez. He knocked out Martinez in the 10th round.
Monday, May 25, 2015
CONCORD, N.C. — Carl Edwards won the fuel-mileage in Coca-Cola 600, this is his first victory with Joe Gibbs Racing team. He moved front 20 laps from the end to snatch the Coca-Cola 600 last Sunday night.
He have not won in 31 races since June 2014 at Sonoma. Edwards were able to get it at Charlotte Motor Speedway after getting in front and his fellow racers green-flag pit stops close to the end. People are waiting for Edwards to stop but he didn't he remained on the track and cruised to his first victory at Charlotte.
In second place was Greg Biffle, Dale Earnhardt Jr. in third. Edwards stopped his car to do his signature back flip move and went into his crew, still excited about the win.
The win gave JGR a Charlotte sweep after Denny Hamlin won the All-Star Race on May 16th.
Monday, May 4, 2015
Justin Bieber was excited at Rehab in Vegas before the fight she was heard singing and telling the crowd F** Manny Pacquiao!
I don't know what Justin Bieber relationship with Floyd Mayweather is but looks like they are secret lovers!
Thursday, April 30, 2015
Pacquiao and Mayweather are set to fight for a welterweight bout at the MGM Grand Las Vegas Nevada. This is a multi-million dollar welterweight showdown a Fight of the Century. Pacquiao 36 while Mayweather 38. Total pay per view sales are expected to top $300 million for this fight.
You can buy PPV for Saturday May 2, 2015 big fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao for almost $100.
|Fight on May 3 (AEST)|
|Las Vegas, Nevada||From||Philippines|
|47-0 (26 KO)||Pre-fight record||57-5-2 (38 KO)|
|5 divisions||World champion status||8 division|
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Saturday, March 28, 2015
OKLAHOMA CITY, March 28 - NBA's Most Valuable Player Kevin Durant will be out for the whole season, he will have a bone graft surgery on his injured right foot. It is expected that he will not be able to play for four to six months according to Oklahoma City Thunder General Manager Sam Presti.
Probably Sam Presti's most telling answer on Kevin Durant today: pic.twitter.com/WefVJzpDsi
— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) March 20, 2015
Durant already had surgery back in October and another one on February 23. Durant is averaging 25.4 points, 6.6 rebounds and 4.1 assists in 27 games in this season.
The Oklahoma City Thunder is currently on the No. 8 spot in the western conference with a win/loss record of 41-31.
Thursday, March 12, 2015
Lisa Marie Varon or better known as Victoria in her WWE days, owns "The Squared Circle" which is a wrestling-themed pizza restaurant in Lincoln Park, Chicago. Just recently a creepy dude with a gun entered the restaurant and started making trouble inside the women’s bathroom then tried to forced his way into the kitchen. Victoria's husband Lee Varon who is a store manager and is a huge guy saw the commotion and took action.
What great about the altercation is it's all caught on security camera. The video clip shows Lee handling the guy like a rag doll. Then when the guy tried to reached for his weapon, Lee powerslam his ass...
Next time, don't mess with huge guys, you are just asking for a lot of pain.