NBA Draft: Steamy on the Streets and with the Rumors

By David Scott - June 27, 2007

NEW YORK - The only thing hotter than the Manhattan streets and subways on this final Wednesday of June are the NBA Draft-related rumors that are seeping into the air of the Big Apple. It's more than enough hot air to turn the Apple a dirty shade of brown.

However there are certain rumors that we give more credence to than others and most of them come from the ridiculously superior reporting of Yahoo!'s Adrian Wojnarowski who is making the NBA Draft run-up his own personal scoop party. Yesterday, Wojarnowski was the only one to have the Paul Pierce trade demand story (if the Celts don't buy Pouter Paul a pretty veteran toy to play with) and today Yahoo!'s national NBA columnist has advanced the story of the three-way deal that will likely land Kevin Garnett in Phoenix.

Should that deal be completed it would be a staggering way for the 2007 NBA Draft to commence and could drastically alter the face of mock drafts form here to Beijing.

. . . We're working on a mini-feature on the least-discussed member of the Wednesday media access invitees, Rodney Stuckey from Eastern Washington. We'll also have some leftovers from the 60 minutes of interviews, including some fashion news and a bit of a political discussion with Spencer Hawes. You can check back later tonight or first thing in the morning and then be sure to stick with us on Thursday as we begin live-blogging from the WAMU Theater at Madison Square Garden in the dinner hour.

Posted by David Scott at 04:34 PM on June 27, 2007

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