The 2011 NBA draft is mere hours away, and a lot of decisions will come right down to the wire.
The draft kicks off this evening at 7 (EST) from Newark, New Jersey, and it should be a lot more exciting than April's NFL draft. For one thing, teams are allowed to talk to each other and make multi-team or player trades.
But let's hope ESPN doesn't decide the put the camera on whichever player is talking on his phone before the actual pick is announced by David Stern. It ruins the surprise.
Anyway, we all have our expectations about who will go No. 1 overall, but nothing is guaranteed for Kyrie Irving yet.
Will Cleveland keep both of their top-five picks? Will Minnesota trade No. 2 or else make a surprise selection instead of Derrick Williams?
Who has climbed the farthest up the draft boards, and who has fallen?
I'll be updating here all day, so stay tuned, and if there's anything I've missed, let me know in the comments section!