Found February 04, 2012 on CLNS Radio:
PLAYERS: LeBron James
TEAMS: Miami Heat
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The NBA Draft has long been overrated for its ability to change franchises with a simple selection. It is very rare nowadays that a top selection can project that team into a championship contender within the first few years (the few that come to mind, Kevin Durant, Lebron James, Tim Duncan). In any draft, holding [...]
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