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By Donald Lambro
Growth spikes are little more than trend-free anomalies
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Ryan Blake
The Cleveland Cavaliers are on top of the NBA draft yet again, only this time there is no LeBron James waiting to save them. There may not even be a Kyrie Irving.
Kentucky and North Carolina appear headed for an NBA-first during Thursday night's draft.
Derrick Williams only briefly considered the NBA's murky labor situation when deciding to leave Arizona after his sophomore season.
"Some teams want to hit that home run," Blake said. "They're going to take a chance. But no matter what you get in this deep draft, you're going to have guys that come in and can be a 10-point, 10-rebound guys for 10 years."
"We haven't seen him in three or four months and we're not going to see him in another three or four months," Blake said. "That can be disturbing."