About three years ago, I was watching the trailer for this movie and my initial reaction was “whatever”. Then the title of the movie was flashed on the screen – The Midnight Meat Train – it became a must see for me. Although the trailer itself seemed bland, I figured with a title like this, what would it be that would make this movie seem terrible. Oh, but when I actually watched it; there was nothing terrible about it at all.
Who were the winners and losers of this draft? Well, let’s take a look at who had the best draft night down to the most awful, here’s out 10 best…
This is the 2nd part of our NBA Draft recap. If you missed the fist part, it can be found here: 2011 NBA Draft – Winners and Losers: 21-30
It’s been almost two weeks since the 2011 NBA Draft, which was nothing to get too excited about. There was not going to be a Magic, Ewing, Shaq, Lebron, D-Rose, or a Blake Griffin coming out of this draft to make an immediate impact. Basically, there was no jackpot, franchise turn-around type player. Instead it was cast of potentials. There are four players that have the potential to be future all-stars in my opinion: Two freshmen point guards, a tweener, and a European big. Everyone knows drafts are meant to be dissected once it’s over and done with.
Who were the winners and losers of this draft? Well, let’s take a look at who were the head-scratchers down to the winner of this draft.
Alright, we just analyzed the Eastern Conference, now let’s go through the more competitive Western Conference.
Last June the Los Angeles Lakers walked off the court as NBA Champions, and that wrapped up the 2009-10 NBA season. Three weeks later the 2010-11 season began with the phrase:
“This fall I’m going to take my talents to South Beach and join the Miami Heat.”