No stars in the Class of 2000?
It's time for the Class of 2000 to get paid, and the fact few GMs are reaching for their checkbooks is revealing.
Updated: August 7, 2003, 9:54 AM ETBy Chad Ford | NBA Insider
For those of you who believe that the NBA Draft Class of 2000 may be the worst ever, you'll be getting the confirmation you've been looking for soon enough. Teams have until Oct. 29 to extend the contracts of players picked in the first round of 2000 NBA Draft. Typically, three to four players from an eligible draft class receive max contract extensions, and several others receive healthy six year deals.
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