Posted June 26, 2012 on AP on Fox
Bob Myers has plenty of options in his first NBA draft as the Golden State Warriors' general manager. With four picks to work with, Myers can't stop thinking about all the possible scenarios when he heads into Golden State's draft room as the head of basketball operations for the first time Thursday night - starting with how to handle the team's No. 7 overall pick. Golden State also owns the 30th, 35th and 52nd picks. Only Portland and Cleveland will have as many selections when NBA Commissioner David Stern heads to the microphone in Newark, N.J., presumably to announce Kentucky's Anthony Davis is heading to New Orleans first overall. After that, almost everybody else is in play on Golden State's board.
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