Top Ten NBA steals in the draft

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    Top Ten NBA steals in the draft

    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110521204950AAM5h5y
    History shows that there are some good players in every draft that can help a team. Not necessarily become super stars, but at least offer youth, athleticism, rebounding, shooting, or defense. Danny has selected Powe, BB, and Walker all in the second round and with Avery, Rondo, and Green, the youth on this team looks promising.  I think this year's 25th pick CAN help the team. I realize the odds are against this, but my green eyes will not allow me to see it any other way....
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/199460-someone-didnt-do-their-homework-nbas-greatest-draft-steals-of-all-time#/articles/199460-someone-didnt-do-their-homework-nbas-greatest-draft-steals-of-all-time/page/21
     
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    I can always count on you Rico....
     
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    Nicola Vucevic - USC!
     
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    Unfortunately I don't think Nicola will fall to the C's but we should just ask Rico a.k.a. LakerAvenger for the latest because he probably lives out there near USC.
     
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     United StatesChris Jefferies (traded to Toronto)[q]
    24Cook, BrianBrian Cook 2003
    32Walton, LukeLuke Walton2003
    27Vujačić, SashaSasha Vujačić2004
    56Douthit, MarcusMarcus Douthit2004
    10Bynum, AndrewAndrew Bynum2005
    37Turiaf, RonnyRonny Turiaf (from New York via Atlanta and Charlotte)[r]2005
    39Wafer, VonVon Wafer2005
    26Farmar, JordanJordan Farmar (from Miami)[s]2006
    51Samb, CheikhCheikh Samb (traded to Detroit)[t]2006
    19Crittenton, JavarisJavaris Crittenton2007
    40Sun Yue, Sun Yue (from Charlotte)[u]2007
    58Crawford, JoeJoe Crawford2008
    29Douglas, ToneyToney Douglas (traded to New York)[v]2009
    42Beverley, PatrickPatrick Beverley (from Charlotte; traded to Miami)[r][w]2009
    59Elonu, ChinemeluChinemelu Elonu2009
    43Ebanks, DevinDevin Ebanks (from Memphis)[x]2010
    58

    Caracter, DerrickDerrick Caracter2010
    We look a lot better than the Lakers history of drafting.!!

     
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    He's probably a USC booster...
     
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    In Response to Re: Top Ten NBA steals in the draft:
    [QUOTE]He's probably a USC booster...
    Posted by Ortiz123[/QUOTE]

    Nope, I'm a Crusader!
     
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    In Response to Re: Top Ten NBA steals in the draft:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Top Ten NBA steals in the draft : Nope, I'm a Crusader!
    Posted by Red-16Russ-11[/QUOTE]
    Class of 85
     
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    In Response to Re: Top Ten NBA steals in the draft:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Top Ten NBA steals in the draft : Class of 85
    Posted by genaro008[/QUOTE]

    Class of '82
     
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    Re: Top Ten NBA steals in the draft

    good post , interesting read
     

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