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Beyond The Buzzer:
Following Thursday night’s NBA draft at Barclays Center, the newest members of the league hit the clubs – pretty much all of them – in New York City to celebrate the special night.
Sixers No. 11 pick, Syracuse guard Michael Carter-Williams
Blazers No. 10 pick, Lehigh guard C.J. McCollum
Cavs No. 1 overall pick, Anthony Bennett
Kings No. 7 pick, Ben McLemore
Magic’s No. 2 overall pick, Victor Oladipo
Nets No. 22 pick, Mason Plumlee
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