Country Fried Tuesday: NBA Lottery Will Be Won By “Toes”

Feb 21, 2013; Los Angeles, CA, USA; NBA commissioner David Stern talks to the media outside the Nokia Theater as he arrives for the memorial service for Dr. Jerry Buss who passed away Feb 18, 2013. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports


The NBA Lottery takes place tonight in New York City. For those of us David Stern Conspiracy Theorists, that can only mean one thing. Stern’s dislike of Seattle, and his granting Sacramento the fortune of keeping the Kings, are telltale signs that they are probably going to win tonight’s Lottery.

It’s a big deal, getting the first pick of the NBA Draft, especially when you consider that this years crop is not the best we have seen in recent history. Nerlens Noel is expected to be the first overall selection when the draft takes place on June 27th. There are other players who will make great NBA players at some point, but tonight’s lottery will determine what team can have first dibs on the future

The song “Toes” by Zac Brown Band came to mind for this weeks installment of Country Fried Tuesday. Not even the song necessarily, but the video. When the Sacramento Kings have their magical ball pulled from the mythical lottery machine of Stern tonight, what follows will mirror the happenings of this video. Noel or not, Sac Town will still be pathetic Sac Town regardless.

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Topics: David Stern, NBA Lottery, Sacramento Kings, Toes, Zac Brown Band

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