2yNow that the Warriors get to keep the No. 7 pick in the NBA draft, what should they do with it? Matt Steinmetz explores some options, including former North Carolina teammates Harrison Barnes and Tyler Zeller.
2yThe 2012 NBA draft order is set after Wednesday's lottery. The Warriors will have two picks in each round, the Kings will have one. See the complete order here.
2yThings went as scripted for the Warriors in the 2012 NBA Draft Lottery; Golden State will keep its No. 7 pick for the June 28 draft.
2yWhile most Warriors fans are hoping for the team to stay put at No. 7, or even move up to one of the top-three picks, that will still come with a price. The cost won't be known until after next season, however.
2yIf the Warriors keep the No. 7 pick, this will be their fifth straight lottery selection. So, what do they have to show for all these recent high picks?More: Lucky No. 7? Bob Myers' good luck charm heading into lottery
2yChris Mullin was picked No. 7 overall by the Warriors, and he turned out to be pretty good. Insider Matt Steinmetz looks at how each No. 7 pick from 1985 to present fared in the NBA.
2yIf you're a Warriors fan you've circled Wednesday as an important date -- the NBA Draft lottery. What else is on the calendar?
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