The Cleveland Cavaliers get the first pick in tonight’s NBA Draft, but there is no consensus on which player they will select to be number one.
Top prospects for the draft usually receive invites to the green room, so when their names are called they can go on stage and shake Commissioner David Stern’s hand. Who will shake his hand first is unknown. Ten players were issued invitations this year. Those players are Nerlens Noel (
Draft starts at 7:30 EST on ESPN. For more information and in-depth coverage, click here.
On June 15, 1988, Bull
The film had a huge impact on minor league baseball across the country. Attendance grew from 21.6 million in 1988 to a high 43.2 million in 2008 and almost 200 ballparks have been built since the film debuted.
Here are a few of the more memorable clips from the movie.
Throw it at the Bull:
Confusion at the Mound:
NASCAR driver Jason Leffler died Wednesday night after a crash in a 410 Sprint car race at the Bridgeport Speedway in
Leffler was in second place when his car flipped several times on the straightaway and hit the wall twice. The 37-year-old, nicknamed “lefTurn”, was pronounced dead shortly after 9pm.
Leffler started his career as an open-wheel racer in 1997 where he won three consecutive USAC Midget championships. In 2000, he signed with Joe Gibbs Racing for the Nationwide Series, but after his rookie season, he moved to NASCAR’s Premiere Cup series with Chip Ganassi Racing. He failed to qualify for five of 36 races during the 2001 season, so he moved to the Camping World Truck Series for two years. In 2003, he started back in Cup racing, making 10 starts with Haas CNC Racing. In 2005, he went back to Joe Gibbs Racing when they expanded to a third car, but he didn’t last the season.
From 2006-11 Leffler raced full-time in Nationwide, finishing a career-high third in points in 2007.