Wild draft night in Brooklyn
When Cleveland took UNLV's Bennett first, the tone of unpredictability was set
BROOKLYN, N.Y. -- Less than 30 minutes before the NBA draft, Anthony Bennett's agent was wondering if his client would drop to the Detroit Pistons at No. 8.
Jeff Schwartz wasn't alone. He had legitimate angst because there was suddenly concern about Bennett's weight and shoulder injury.
The green room area was filled with an eerie calm as the players, their families and their agents all wondered what would happen at No. 1.
None of them had ever experienced such unknown and ...
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