Having four players drafted in the first round is no guarantee of success
Wed Jun 27, 2012
When the first round of the NBA draft starts rolling Thursday night, expect a theme to develop. College basketball blue bloods North Carolina and Kentucky could each have four players go in the first 30 picks. But once in the NBA, as you'll see, the players from the banner classes can find it difficult to make the grade.
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