The NBA draft has become so boring that it should come with a warning label — watching will induce drowsiness and narcoleptic tendencies. Suicidal thoughts can sometimes occur especially if intending to watch the entire draft.
From having to listen to the tedious and nasally drone of commissioner David Stern to hearing names called that, for the most part, you have never heard of, unless they played for a regional team in your area, the average fan would be better served to put down the remote and walk away from the television.
And I blame Kentucky coach John Calipari for a lot of this.
The proponent of “one and done” college basketball, Calipari is the poster boy for recruiting players for a single season and then having them move on to the NBA...