Submitted by mstanton on June 27, 2012 - 9:52am
John Hammond talks about the upcoming draft
Submitted by mstanton on June 26, 2012 - 3:40pm
Jim Paschke was at the Bucks training center for this morning's workout and talked with two of the top shooting guards in this year's draft: Jeremy Lamb and Terrence Ross.
Submitted by mstanton on June 25, 2012 - 4:46pm
Jim Paschke reports from the Bucks training center where the Bucks had six more prospects in for a workout led by Baylor freshman Quincy Miller.
Two out of the top six players from the 2002 draft are still playing in the NBA. And both of them happen to play for the Bucks: Mike Dunleavy (#3) and Drew Gooden (#4). Meanwhile, Yao Ming (#1), Jay Williams (#2), Nickoloz Tskitishvili (#5), and Dajuan Wagner (#6) are no longer in the league, for widely varying reasons.
In contrast to the draft one season earlier, the 2003 draft counts four present-day stars among its top six picks: LeBron James (#1), Carmelo Anthony (#3), Chris Bosh (#4), and Dwyane Wade (#5).