There were no major or shocking jumps into the top three like we saw with the Bulls a couple years back.
If the Jazz had gotten the number one overall pick, they could have become a dynasty.
If the Rockets won, they'd be very much back in the fight for supremacy in the West.
None of the "contenders" jumped up.
New Jersey, like most teams with the worst record before them, didn’t receive the number one pick. There were no visible alterations to affect the LeBron sweepstakes, and no, we don't think Washington is now a contender.
The one disappointing thing is that we didn't get to see Danny Granger rip open his shirt revealing a John Wall jersey, leaving most of us mildly disappointed with the celebration of Wizards owner Irene Pollin.
I know she’s old, but you got to bring a little excitement into the whole process.
Also, how happy would Jrue Holiday have been if the 76ers won and immediately drafted his replacement?
None of that came to pass, and we're left with three bad teams with the first three picks.