Dexter Pittman

#45C,
Height: 6' 11"
Weight: 285
Born:
College: Texas
Birth Place: Rosenberg, Texas
Draft: 2010 2nd round (2nd pick) by the
  • NBA Draft 2017: Analyzing Latest Trade Rumors, Free Agency News And More Draft Day Buzz
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    NBA Draft 2017: Analyzing Latest Trade Rumors, Free Agency News And More Draft Day Buzz

    The 2017 NBA Draft is just hours away, and we’ve seen a whirlwind of activity that will impact the event. Teams have been trading up and down the big board, moving a plethora of players and picks that will drastically impact the landscape of the league for this upcoming season. There is also a non-stop stream of rumors that a number of big names could be moved in the near future. Ever since the Boston Celtics traded the top choice this year to the Philadelphia 76ers, the pace of trades and rumors has been frenetic. This flurry of action doesn’t seem to be running out of steam and likely won’t stop until after the dust settles at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn later this evening. Because trades

  • Q&A With Hawks Draft Pick John Collins
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    Q&A With Hawks Draft Pick John Collins

    Here's a transcript of first-round pick John Collins' interview with media at the NBA Draft: John, could you start out with an opening statement, what you'll bring to the Hawks, please? First off, I want to say I'm blessed. Happy to be a Hawk. Shows a lot of promise that the organization is willing to take the time to pick me. Like I said, happy to be a Hawk, and ready to give my all for the organization, so go Hawks! John, the Atlanta Hawks just traded away Dwight Howard, made some changes in the front office, clearly a team that's trying to do some things differently. How do you feel like you fit and what do you feel like you're going to bring to the team? Obviously the organization has a winning

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    NBA Draft Day Grades

    Kristaps Porzingis is still a Knick. Paul George is still a Pacer. There were some buzzed-about trades that never happened during Thursday's draft, but we still had a blockbuster with Jimmy Butler going to the Wolves, and plenty of pick-swapping throughout the draft. Below is a summary of each team's moves during the draft, along with an entirely subjective 'grade' of how well they fared. Atlanta Hawks No. 19 - Wake Forest PF John Collins No. 41 - Oregon SG Tyler Dorsey No. 60 - French C Alpha Kaba Collins is a high-upside bet for the Hawks after his explosive sophomore season, averaging 19.2 points and 9.8 rebounds while shooting a pristine 62.4 percent from the floor. He operated mainly in