Be on the lookout for these 13 things

Kendrick Perkins' likely first-round selection and Chicago's No. 7 pick are among the things to watch.

Updated: June 26, 2003, 5:31 PM ET
By Andy Katz | ESPN.com

NEW YORK -- Promises occur in the first round of the NBA draft every season. A promise means an NBA team has told a player's agent that he won't slip past its spot in the first round and into the second round. The player could certainly be picked ahead of the team doing the promising, but at least the player knows he won't lose out on that guaranteed first-round money.

Promises are usually given to high school seniors or international players to keep them in the draft. ...

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