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Where and when to watch and listen to the NBA Draft on TV, Internet and radio

first_imgTeams that include the Los Angeles Lakers, the Philadelphia 76ers and even the Boston Celtics are looking to Thursday’s 2017 NBA Draft to bolster their rosters with top college prospects.You can follow the NBA draft live on cable TV, radio and the Internet.The 2017 NBA Draft will be broadcast live on ESPN beginning at 4 p.m. Pacific time (7 p.m. Eastern) on Thursday, June 22, 2017, from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.ESPN will also be streaming the draft, and fans can follow the picks via live coverage at espn.com/nba/draft/live, or via the NBA’s Draft web site at nba.com/draft. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersESPN Radio is broadcasting the NBA Draft live on stations that include 710-AM in Los Angeles and 830-AM in Orange County.• LIVE COVERAGE: Latest Lakers, Clippers news and rumors ahead of NBA Draft and free agencyThere are two rounds in the draft, with 30 picks in each round. Teams are free to trade their picks, and many have done so in advance of Thursday’s draft.The Boston Celtics recently traded their No. 1 pick to the Philadelphia 76ers, who are expected to select 6-foot-4 guard Markelle Fultz of Washington, an insider told the Associated Press.The Los Angeles Lakers have retained their No. 2 pick and are expected to pick UCLA’s Lonzo Ball, a 6-foot-6 point guard who has drawn as much attention for his opinionated father LaVar as for his own play on the court. Don’t cry too much for the Celtics. They have the No. 3 pick in the draft, which they acquired from the 76ers via the Sacramento Kings.center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

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Table Tennis: Winners Konjić- Bušatlić

first_imgMember of Mladosti from Zenica Edin Konjić and a member of Željezničar from Sarajevo Belma Bušatlić won the title of senior state champions in table tennis in the category of mixed doubles.Konjić/Bušatlić won the combination Mirza Dizdarević (Mladost-Zenica) / Ajla Kovač (Spin 2012-Sarajevo) after having played in the group stages of final match of B&H Championship, held at the sports hall “Ramiz Salčin” – Mojmilo.Third place was shared between couples Feđa Jašarević (Aladža – Sarajevo) / Emina Hadžiahmetović (Spin 23012 – Sarajevo) and Anes Alić (Aladža – Sarajevo) / Miljana Antonić (Prijedor) with 3:2.The organization of competition was in a great level, and was hosted by Table- Tennis Club “Stens-EuroAsfalt – Sarajevo”, announced Table Tennis Association of B&H.(Source: Fena)last_img read more