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Draft Grades Begin to Roll In

It's an annual ritual which is, at least until the players get on the court, pretty meaningless.  After all, the Nets got an "A" in 2006 when they picked Marcus Williams, Josh Boone and Hassan Adams back in 2006 and we all know how that turned out.  The year before, Dick Vitale compared Antoine Wright to Dwyane Wade!

But nonetheless, we're happy to report the general assessment of the Nets' haul -- MarShon Brooks, Bojan Bogdanovic and Jordan Williams -- is that the Nets got mostly B's, with some like Chad Ford going as high as B+ and even a smattering of A's.  Draftniks' general impression is that if you start with #27 and #36 and wind up with the second highest scorers in the NCAA and Euroleague, there's little to complain about.