David Stern: The Prudential Center crowd did not approve of Stern, with a lockout looming. While ratings never have been higher and the game's popularity is rivaling the "Golden Age of the 1980s," Stern still can't steer his owners toward a reasonable agreement that will continue that momentum.
Bucks: Adding the combustible Stephen Jackson to a team coached by the equally combustible Scott Skiles is a risk. Jackson, moved in a three-way deal with Sacramento and Charlotte, could take some ballhandling pressure off Brandon Jennings, but he's aging (33).
Cavaliers: Hard to call a team that took the best player (Kyrie Irving) a loser, but they reached on Texas forward Tristan Thompson. They could've taken Lithuanian player Jonas Valanciunas, who could be the best big man in the draft.
From The Detroit News: http://detnews.com/article/20110625/...#ixzz1QVv8ipRY