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Blowing Up the NBA and Re-Drafting: Who'd Go Where and Why (Round One)

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Blowing Up the NBA and Re-Drafting: Who'd Go Where and Why (Round One)

The NBA has been facing some financial struggles as of late. These money troubles have the league facing a potential work stoppage in 2011.

Let's say the NBA wanted a new look, a complete overhaul in an attempt to attract some attention and give hurting markets a fresh start. In an unprecedented move, the NBA decides to start from scratch and re-draft the entire league.

Keeping the lottery system in place, the 14 worst teams are thrown into a weighted pool and draft in the order that the balls come up. To keep the league from becoming too top-heavy, the NBA implements an idea borrowed from the increasingly popular fantasy world, a snake-style draft process.

Here we go with the first ever re-draft in the NBA. Let's join league commissioner David Stern with the first pick.

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