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  • David Aldridge's Opinion On How 2012 Draft Order Should Be Decided If Season Lost

    That would mean, in this scenario, a 2012 Draft following a cancelled 2011-12 regular season would go as follows:

    1. L.A. Clippers (unprotected from Minnesota)

    2. Cleveland*

    3. Toronto

    4. Washington

    5. Sacramento/New Jersey (coin flip)

    6. Sacramento/New Jersey (coin flip)

    7. Detroit

    8. L.A. Clippers

    9. Charlotte

    10. Milwaukee

    11. Golden State

    12. Utah

    13. Phoenix

    14. Houston

    15. Indiana

    16. Philadelphia

    17. New York

    18. Atlanta

    19. Memphis/New Orleans (coin flip)

    20. Memphis/New Orleans (coin flip)

    21. Portland

    22. Denver

    23. Orlando

    24. Oklahoma City

    25. Boston

    26. Dallas/L.A. Lakers (coin flip)

    27. Dallas/L.A. Lakers (coin flip)

    28. Miami

    29. San Antonio

    30. Chicago
    Courtesy of NBA.com's David Aldridge
    http://www.nba.com/2011/news/feature...-labor-update/

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    The players will cave in by Christmas and there will be a season...I predict. And the reason as always is simple..."Money". The top of the salaried are well outnumbered by the average paid and their shelf life is about 4-5 years I believe. In a referendum I would lay odds that the average player votes to go back after losing half a season at most. imo...a win situation for the Raps...they have JV playing in Europe and are likely to be in the running for a high pick.

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