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NBA Draft: All-Time Best Players at All 60 Picks

The top three picks have more than 20 championships between them
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NBA Draft: All-Time Best Players at All 60 Picks

The 2020 NBA Draft is set to take place on Nov. 18, and 60 players will be selected over two rounds. While the NBA differs from the NFL in the fact that much of its greatest talent has been taken with the earliest picks, the past 70 years have shown that Hall of Famers and All-Stars can be found at any point in the draft. With that in mind and in honor of the upcoming draft, here is a rundown of the best players to be taken with each pick, starting with No. 60.

 

This Day in Sports History: July 14

Recapping events that took place in the sports world on this day
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This Day in Sports History: July 14

The history of sports is both vast and rich, thanks to the existence of so many different ones and the longevity associated with them. With so much history to cull through, Athlon Sports wanted to offer the opportunity to look back and see what memorable things happened or milestones were reached on a specific date.

 

With that in mind, July 14 is a day in which a Tour de France winner was killed in World War I and Pete Rose showed what he was willing to do to win an exhibition game.

 

Steve Nash is an MVP in the community

Two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash talks life after basketball.
Two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash talks life after basketball.

Steve Nash is a two-time NBA MVP, consultant with the Golden State Warriors, father of three (with a fourth on the way) and all-around good guy. We caught up with Nash, 43, to discuss his contributions to the Allstate NABC (National Association of Basketball Coaches) Good Works Team, the Special Olympics of Arizona and, of course, basketball.

 

Talk about the Allstate NABC Good Works Team and specifically your work the Special Olympics of Arizona. What does that mean to you?

Steve Nash Injured His Back Carrying Bags

At 40, the Noted Health Nut Can't Stay Healthy

Steve Nash is 40 years old now. He’s also, in case you forgot, a point guard with the Los Angeles Lakers, for whom he’s played just 65 games in two seasons, including only 15 last year. The man can’t stop getting hurt anymore. His most recent malady is probably his most telling:

NBA Preview: Will the Heat Repeat?

Three questions to ponder for the upcoming NBA campaign.
<p> NBA Preview: Will the Heat Repeat?</p>

Last year, the only thing NBA fans knew was what they didn't know — like, would the season ever start? One convincing Miami Heat title and blockbuster trade later, and fans just know that it will be Miami and L.A. in the Finals. C’mon guys, it’s the NBA, no one knows everything. So...
 
 1) Who’s Next?

NBA Offseason Summer Blockbuster Moves

Highlights from the action-packed NBA offseason, including the Nets move to Brooklyn.
<p> Highlights from the action-packed NBA offseason that included the Nets moving from New Jersey to Brooklyn, Dwight Howard being traded to the Lakers, Jeremy Lin re-signing with the Rockets and Ray Allen joining the enemy Heat.</p>

Highlights from the action-packed NBA offseason that included the Nets moving from New Jersey to Brooklyn, Dwight Howard being traded to the Lakers, Jeremy Lin re-signing with the Rockets and Ray Allen joining the enemy Heat.