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Sunday August 20, 2006 9:31 pm

The Missing Details Of The Draft Blog

David SternWith half of the first round behind us, I thought it would be a “good” time to catch you people up on the draft order.  Of course, I probably should have done that BEFORE the draft.  All I can say is… oops.

In any case, I’m doing it now, so you’ll just have to live with the fact that I held out with this info longer than your high school girlfriend before you… yeah, you get what I’m saying.  And, be happy because I’m not even asking you to buy me flowers or talk to me everyday.  But, if you feel so inclined, I wouldn’t mind the attention.

So, with four dudes drafting in a hypothetical 12-team league, we’re each taking on 3 teams.  And here’s the draft order breakdown between myself, Alvin, Ron, and Scott’s three teams in this snake draft:

1.1 – Scott’s Team 2
1.2 – Ron’s Team 2
1.3 – Dennis’ Team 1
1.4 – Scott’s Team 1
1.5 – Dennis’ Team 3
1.6 – Ron’s Team 1
1.7 – Alvin’s Team 3
1.8 – Alvin’s Team 2
1.9 – Ron’s Team 3
1.10 – Scott’s Team 3
1.11 – Dennis’ Team 2
1.12 – Alvin’s Team 1

To make sure you guys follow each respective team’s pick, we’ll add links for past picks underneath our current one’s blurb.  Example: When Scott’s Team 2 picks Al Jefferson in the third round, a link to his second round pick, Joel Pryzbilla, and his first round pick, some LeBron James guy, will appear underneath.  To make it easy for you, we’ll simply put the respective player’s name, instead of a long “http://www.droppingdimes.com/alvincreepilylovesdwighthowardtoomuch” and you can just click on the hypertext.

Also, after each round, a Round Recap post will appear with each pick made in that round.  Sound cool?

Well, we here at Dropping Dimes hope you’re enjoying the draft and the other things we’ve done thus far.  When the basketball season gets going, you can be sure that we will too.

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