"Awful draft. About five or six really good players." -- An NBA GM on the 2010 draft class.
If you talk to NBA decision-makers around this time of year, you'd come to the conclusion that the draft is the worst event on the NBA calendar. And that's not just limited to this particular spring. Annually, you hear GMs, scouts and other personnel people utter similarly negative comments that sound as if they wonder whether there are even 60 players worthy of being drafted.
Then something happens. The calendar changes to June.
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