Potential draftees, GMs and scouts all gathered in Orlando last week for the NBA Pre-Draft Camp. The top prospects were there just to take physicals and meet with the media, but there were 64 players participating in the camp and looking to make a good impression on the people who will be making the decisions on June 28. Rob Reheuser and Marty Blake were at Disney World to give you the lowdown on all the action in Orlando.
Day 4 Recap
Day 3 Recap
Day 2 Recap
Day 1 Recap
Blake: Camp Overview
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Hareas: One on One With Greg Oden
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The 2007 NBA Draft takes place on June 28.
Trail Blazers Win the Lottery
The ping-pong balls bounced the Blazers' way at the 2007 NBA Draft Lottery on Tuesday, as Portland won the top pick in the June 28 NBA Draft in New York. Coming in to the lottery, the Blazers had the sixth-best chance at getting the No. 1 pick. The Sonics moved up from the fifth spot to second and the Hawks advanced from fourth to third. The Grizzlies, who had the best chance at getting the top pick coming in to the lottery will select fourth.
Lottery reaction: Rick Kamla
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More lottery: Backstage Pass
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| The Lucky Charm
| Top prospects
| Durant vs. Oden
| Barrett's Reaction
| Talk about it
With the draft order complete, get familiar with the complete list of early entrants, which includes seven players who participated in the 2007 NCAA championship game (Joakim Noah, Al Horford, Corey Brewer and Taurean Green from Florida and Greg Oden, Mike Conley Jr. and Daequan Cook from Ohio State), as well as Kevin Durant and Brandan Wright.
PIT Can Drive 55
The Portsmouth Invitational Tournament
wrapped up its 55th edition and NBA.com's Rob Reheuser was there for the duration and offers his take on the four-day tourney
| Reheuser's PIT Wrap