Found June 13, 2012 on
Waiting For Next Year:
Alex Kennedy of Hoopsworld reports that the Charlotte Bobcats are shopping the second overall pick in the upcoming NBA draft, despite team statements that they are set at taking a player at two-
“The Charlotte Bobcats continue to shop the second overall pick. Only one problem… “They want A LOT in return,” said league source.”
Interesting. What exactly is A LOT? Multiple picks? A combination of picks and players?
Then there is also this from Kennedy-
“The New Orleans Hornets are shopping the tenth pick. They’d move it if the right deal came along. They want a guard,” said a league source.”
Could the Cavaliers package anything to move from 24 to 10?
[Related: What do the Cavaliers have to do?]
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