NBA

One on One Talks Nets-Celtics Trade with Chris Carrino

by Julian Atienza

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While the trade has will not be confirmed officially until July 12th, the Brooklyn Nets will welcome Boston Celtics' Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Jason Terry. The Nets will send Gerald Wallace, MarShon Brooks, Kris Humphries, Kris Joseph, 3 first round draft picks (2014, 2016,2018) and Kieth Bogans (via sign-and-trade) to Boston. Chris Carrino voice of the Nets on WFAN joined Mike Watts and Kris Venezia to talk about the potential imapct of these aging stars for the Nets.

Cleveland Picks Anthony Bennett 1st, and Even He's Surprised

by Kenny Ducey

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Wha was a wild 2013 NBA Draft started out with a huge bang, as the Cleveland Cavaliers shocked the world and took UNLV Forward Anthony Bennett first overall. Both Bennett, and his family who was accompanying him, were stuck in a complete state of shock as he became the second UNLV player in history to be drafted first overall (Larry Johnson in 1991). Hear what the newest Cavalier had to say about playing in the pros, and his reaction to being taken off the board so early.

What We Learned from NBA Draft Media Day

by Kenny Ducey

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For full coverage of the NBA Draft, visit bit.ly/WFUVatDraft13

Thirteen NBA Draft prospects met the press today in Times Square, and were asked everything from where they see themselves being drafted to what color tie they’ll be wearing tomorrow night. During their media sit-downs, some players shared some intriguing feelings and experiences in the draft process.

Jared Zwerling of ESPN talks Draft, Knicks Free Agents

by Kenny Ducey

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For full coverage of the NBA Draft, visit bit.ly/WFUVatDraft13

Two days removed from the 2013 NBA Draft, Kenny Ducey chatted with ESPN New York's Jared Zwerling (@JaredZwerling) about New York Knicks free agents JR Smith and Chris Copeland, and who the Knicks may have their eye on Thursday night. Hear which of the aforementioned players he thinks is more likely to stay, plus who may be on the board when New York picks at #24.