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PBT Friday morning one liners

Grant Gilbert

Grant Gilbert, 13, the son of Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert, holds one of the lottery numbers that were drawn in combination giving the Cavaliers first place during the 2011 NBA basketball draft lottery, Tuesday, May 17, 2011 in Secaucus, N.J. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)


Could the Los Angeles Clippers have protected the pick they traded to Cleveland in the Baron Davis/Mo Williams deal, the one that became the No. 1 overall pick? It’s complicated, explains the brilliant Larry Coon (the CBA guru). Yes they could have, but not in a way that was good for them. Just go read it, I can’t explain it all here.

Now the pick the Nets traded away for this year became the No. 3 pick of the Jazz, but as the Nets got Deron Williams in the deal they are just fine with how it shook out.

Jazz GM Kevin O’Conner talks about moving up to the No. 3 pick in the draft.

There’s a report that Blazers GM Rich Cho tried to push for a suspension of Brandon Roy after Game 2 of their first round series, when Roy made some disparaging remarks. Pretty glad that didn’t happen (thanks to the owner).

The Wisconsin governor has come out opposed to the extension of the sales tax that built the new Millers Field for the Brewers to help the Bucks get a new arena. So, it’s pretty much DOA.

An inside the room look at the draft lottery.

The Bulls are 3-0 in the playoffs and 16-4 in the regular season after a loss. They have not lost more than two in a row all season.

There are some serious roster building questions in Atlanta.

Because nobody has really seen him play, Enes Kanter has become one of the bigger stars of the Draft Combine.

Omri Casspi landed an endorsement deal promoting the “cornflakes of champions.”