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10 Worst NBA Draft Picks of the Last 10 Years

by CriticalFanatic CriticalFanatic 6/19/074 Comment Comments »
10 Worst NBA Draft Picks of the Last 10 Years PhotoThe NBA Draft is far more critical than the NFL. One colossal lottery botch and an General Manager will be hung out to dry. In the NFL you're not so dependent upon the top pick to produce right away. JaMarcus Russell won't be judged for at least 3 years, and Russell isn't expected to single-handedly turn the Raiders into champions. Such is the nature of football. A great deal of luck is involved in both sports, but making sure you draft Tim Duncan over Keith Van Horn is the difference between 0 titles and 4.

So what better way to dive into draft coverage, than being overly critical and compiling the 10 worst selections of the last 10 years. Don't confuse this with the usual assortment of biggest draft busts lists. I've compiled this with a few special considerations:
1. Freak injuries are factored in thus Jason Williams is removed from consideration. All 32 teams would have selected Jason, and not a soul could have predicted he would use such poor judgment off the court. Dajuan Wagner is also exempt for his serious illness.
2. Depth of disappointment to the Franchise. How severely did/has the failure impacted the team.
3. How quickly it was obvious to those of us outside the game that he sucked. The type of pick that give us armchair GM's a an impression we could do a better job.
4. Most importantly, who was passed over. Did the team miss on a clear-cut star? Relative to the rest of the top picks, was he still a big disappointment. In some of these instances, drafting the alternatives would have been equally inopportune.
As the saying goes, if you don't learn from history you're doomed to repeat it. Thus I've added what should have been learned from each of these selections. My Top 10 Worst Draft of the Last 10 Years:
 


10 Worst NBA Draft Picks of the Last 10 Years Photo1. 2002 - Nuggets selected Nikoloz Tskitishvili 5th (Rep of Georgia)
Yao Ming's draft class wasn't overly stacked, but the Nuggets could have drafted just about anybody and had a better ROI. This pick ultimately forced GM Kiki Vanderweghe to lose his job, but saved many more GM's. Tskitishvili raised a bright red flag on European players. You can't just locate the athletic 7-footer with the classic Euro ball skills around the perimeter and expect success. Tskitishvili was so out of his league in all facets from the beginning. Amare Stoudemire had his own issues that scared teams away, but his instantaneous success and impact should have made him far less a risk than a skinny kid from across the ocean. On the meter of [how quickly it was obvious he sucked] scale this scored a 10. I remain convinced Kiki never worked Nikoloz out against any collegiate stars entering the draft.
What we learned: A 7-footer from Europe who can stroke a three with no one guarding him doesn't translate to the NBA.

2. 2005- Magic selected Fran Vazquez 11th (Spain)
Hey, at least Tskitishvili suited up for the Nuggets and gave it a go. Vazquez might not ever see an NBA court, and if he does it's very much in doubt if it even be with the Magic. The real knee-to-groin moment was that Vazquez announced his return to Spain shortly after the draft. Perhaps you think this is a bit high, but the not doing their homework factor is so obvious the Magic deserve a place among the top of this list.
What we leaned: Try and draft a guy who you have 100% certainty that he'll at least attempt to play in the NBA that season.

3. 1998 - Clippers selected Michael Olowokandi 1st overall (Pacific)
A 7'0 260 lb center with above average agility for his size, what could wrong? Not a whole lot went right, that's for sure. 8.3 ppg, 6.8 rpg career average is not the type of return you'd like to get from the 1st pick overall, let alone the 10th. Do the Clippers look back and wish they'd drafted Mike Bibby or Raef Lafrentz? Vince Carter or Antawn Jamison? Maybe they do. We would have all been shocked back in '98 if they went that route. And we couldn't have expected them to take a risk and draft Dirk Nowitzki (who would go 9th), could we? Despite Olowokandi actually putting up some numbers, compared to a few of these duds the fact remains that somehow the Clippers managed to spend their 1st overall on pick on an unproven Center and missed on not 1, but 4 All-Stars. It's my interpretation Kandi enjoyed his paychecks and didn't put much effort into his game until another contract was on the line, having his best year in '02-'03 before he became an unrestriced free agent. With the Twolves he resumed his original disappointment.
What we learned: Going with the biggest man available doesn't equate to biggest contribution. Also helps if he had some resistance in college.

4. 2003 - Pistons selected Darko Milicic 2nd (Yugoslavia)
Thought long and hard about this one. It's easy to say this was a disaster because Carmelo was so obviously going to be a superstar. But I don't know if it's that simple. I have no access to the Nuggets clubhouse, and this is all hearsay, but I remain firm in my belief that the Pistons would have not one the NBA Title with the 'Melo distraction on the bench and in the locker room. Whereas, Darko remained out of everyone's way. I also credit Milicic disappointment to Larry Brown who notoriously doesn't care for rookies, and ultimately ruined Darko's confidence as a basketball player. I'm giving this pick a bit of a pass for these reasons above and for the possibility that he continue to improve into an effective NBA player even though it won't be in Detroit.
What we learned: Incomplete

5. 2000 - Bulls selected Marcus Fizer 4th
(Iowa State)
This epitomized the Bulls futility in the post Jordan years. Not only did Fizer prove to be a complete dud, Chicago already possessed Elton Brand when they made the selection. To the Bulls credit, the list of players that followed Marcus is not a who's who of NBA all-stars. Fizer was a dominant PF in college basketball, and it still befuddles many why he failed so miserable.
What we learned: Don't let Tim Floyd back in the NBA. When you have Elton Brand, for the love don't trade him because you have Marcus Fizer.

6. 2001 - Wizards selected Kwame Brown 1st overall (high school)
Why isn't this higher? You see Kwame topping a lot of these lists for sure. If you're comparing him to other #1 picks in different years, then he's certainly a major disappointment. But let's look at the situation for the Wizards. Who else were they going to draft? Had Eddy Curry or Tyson Chandler gone in this spot we'd be discussing how dreadful this 1st pick was as well. Pau Gasol remains the best player from the '01 draft. All that said, Kwame remains one of the worst draft picks and his failure continues to leave its mark on the franchise. Kwame has averaged 7.7 points and 5.7 boards thus far in his career. The book isn't closed on Brown, but he's shown very little desire to be a serviceable basketball player.
What we learned: Perhaps we should thank Kwame Brown for the current Age Limit. David Stern learned that teams getting nothing in return for 'top' high school talent was hurting the league.

10 Worst NBA Draft Picks of the Last 10 Years Photo7. 1998 - Mavericks selected Robert 'Tractor' Traylor 6th (Michigan)
Only two of the top 11 players selected in '98 had/have career scoring averages below 10 ppg. The Kandi Man, the guy who ate a lot of candy. Traylor had many issues, mostly that he didn't care enough about the game and cared too much about what was for dinner. The Traylor also fit the mold for a perfect Isiah Thomas PF, a little too short and a little fit to bang with the top guys in the league.
What we learned: Invest some more resources in background checks. Does the player have a true drive to be great, or want a great ride to the drive-thru.

8. 2002 - Warriors selected Mike Dunleavy 3rd (Duke)
'02 Draft is not one to remember ... unless you're making one of these lists. Compared to the rest of his class, the pick isn't so miserable. An 11 point per game average during 4 1/2 years isn't something to be ashamed of, but you'd like more in exchange for the 3rd pick. You don't aim to draft role players in the lottery. It also should be noted that shipping Dunleavy out of Golden State marked a significant turnaround in the Warriors run this season.
What we learned: Draft Duke players with caution, especially if they are particularly douchey.

9. 2005 - Hawks selected Marvin Williams 2nd (North Carolina)
I cheated. Couldn't decide between these two, and felt the Atlanta Hawks deserved a place here for passing on Deron Williams and Chris Paul. In 10 years, this pick will compete with several above after the two above split All-NBA First Team PG awards after Steve Nash retires. Marvin Williams may wind up an above average NBA player, but missing on not one, but two stars at an obvious position of need is inexcusable.
What we learned: 1) PG is important 2) Proven PG's in college are a safe bet

10 Worst NBA Draft Picks of the Last 10 Years Photo10. 2004 - Sonics selected Robert Swift 12th
(high school)
This sealed the deal on the NBA Age Limit. Swift was maybe the 15th best player in the McDonald's High School All-American Game, arguably not even one of the best 25 prepsters, but because of his height was able to someone convince the Sonics to use a lottery pick. I understand Swift has an injury that has limited his development, but I have friends who've never played basketball that are supremely confident he'll amount to little more Tskitishvili.
What we learned: Why the Sonics have been stuck in reverse and are now desperately hanging on to their home.

Dishonorable Mention:
2006 - Warriors selected Patrick O'Bryant 9th
1997 - Grizzlies select Antonio Daniels 4th (Bowling Green)
2004 - Raptors selected Rafael Araujo 8th (BYU)
1999 - Pacers select Jonathan Bender 5th* (high school)
*could factor in injury

It's unavoidable that a player among the 2007 Draft Class will compete for his place among this list in the future. Not every lottery pick will become an overnight success. Not even the most diligent research can unearth a sudden shift in desire when the NBA lifestyle presents itself.

Now it's your turn. Who's makes up your list of worst draft picks?

Tomorrow: Top 10 Draft Picks of the Last 10 Years.

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We had a similar poll, but I wanted a more complete list.

I've used the criteria outlined above:
1. Freak injuries are factored in thus Jason Williams is removed from consideration. All 32 teams would have selected Jason, and not a soul could have predicted he would use such poor judgment off the court. Dajuan Wagner is also exempt for his serious illness.
2. Depth of disappointment to the Franchise. How severely did/has the failure impacted the team.
3. How quickly it was obvious to those of us outside the game that he sucked. The type of pick that give us armchair GM's a an impression we could do a better job.
4. Most importantly, who was passed over. Did the team miss on a clear-cut star? Relative to the rest of the top picks, was he still a big disappointment. In some of these instances, drafting the alternatives would have been equally inopportune.
Feel free to use your own in determining the 10 Worst Picks of the Last 10 Years.
Featured by: CriticalFanatic at 6/19/07 11:18AM
| Closed on 06/28/07 at 05:00PM
FanIQ Pts? No | NBA, *Draft | Opinion List
Teams:  *Draft
Team Breakout:
Rank38 FansAvg (1st)
1.1998 - Clippers selected Michael Olowokandi 1st7.6 (14)
2.2001 - Wizards selected Kwame Brown 1st overall6.8 (7)
3.2002 - Nuggets selected Nikoloz Tskitishvili 5th6.1 (5)
4.2003 - Pistons selected Darko Milicic 2nd5.4 (5)
5.2000 - Bulls selected Marcus Fizer 4th4.6
6.2005 - Magic selected Fran Vazquez 11th3.7 (2)
7.1998 - Mavericks selected Robert 'Tractor' Trayl3.6
8.2004 - Raptors selected Rafael Araujo 8th (BYU)2.7
9.1999 - Pacers select Jonathan Bender 5th2.7 (1)
10.2002 - Warriors selected Mike Dunleavy 3rd2.3 (1)
Also receiving votes:2004 - Sonics selected Robert Swift 12th2.1
1997 - Grizzlies select Antonio Daniels 4th2.0 (1)
2005 - Hawks selected Marvin Williams 2nd2.0 (1)
2006 - Warriors selected Patrick O'Bryant 9th1.9 (1)
Other - Detail0.6
Other - Detail0.4
Other - Detail0.4

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#22 | 724 days ago

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#1 | 2648 days ago

I remember the Olowokandi and thinking he should be an ok player, but not #1. I never trusted how he dominated at Pacific and not against better schools. But while I may not have taken him #1, I still would had drafted him fairly high unlike some of these other guys who were just a lot of "why the heck did they take him" guys.
#2 | 2648 days ago

Bender should not be on there cuz he was injured most of his career but when he wasnt he was a very good player.
1. 2001 - Wizards selected Kwame Brown 1st overall  2. 2003 - Pistons selected Darko Milicic 2nd  3. 2002 - Nuggets selected Nikoloz Tskitishvili 5th  4. 2000 - Bulls selected Marcus Fizer 4th  5. 2005 - Magic selected Fran Vazquez 11th  6. 2006 - Warriors selected Patrick O'Bryant 9th  7. 2004 - Raptors selected Rafael Araujo 8th (BYU)  8. 2002 - Warriors selected Mike Dunleavy 3rd  9. 2004 - Sonics selected Robert Swift 12th  10. 1997 - Grizzlies select Antonio Daniels 4th  
#3 | 2648 days ago

We all know how Stephen A. Smith feels about Michael Olowakandi
1. 1998 - Clippers selected Michael Olowokandi 1st  2. 2002 - Nuggets selected Nikoloz Tskitishvili 5th  3. 2001 - Wizards selected Kwame Brown 1st overall  4. 1999 - Pacers select Jonathan Bender 5th  5. 1997 - Grizzlies select Antonio Daniels 4th  6. 2005 - Magic selected Fran Vazquez 11th  7. 2004 - Sonics selected Robert Swift 12th  8. 2000 - Bulls selected Marcus Fizer 4th  9. 1998 - Mavericks selected Robert 'Tractor' Trayl  10. 2006 - Warriors selected Patrick O'Bryant 9th  
#4 | 2648 days ago

Tskitich can't be number one because Nuggets fans don't care.  My guess is half of the Nuggets fans here in Colorado wouldn't know who he was if you asked.  A true bomb has to be devastating to the franchise.  This pick barely hurt them because they had another pick (Nene) an couple spots later.
Also, that Traylor pick was traded to get Dirk.  Wouldn't that make it one of the best picks on the decade?
#5 | 2648 days ago

milky21pu wrote:
Bender should not be on there cuz he was injured most of his career but when he wasnt he was a very good player.
Yeah, Bender would have been a great player if it wern't for his bad knees.
1. 1998 - Clippers selected Michael Olowokandi 1st  2. 1997 - Grizzlies select Antonio Daniels 4th  3. 2001 - Wizards selected Kwame Brown 1st overall  4. 2002 - Nuggets selected Nikoloz Tskitishvili 5th  5. 2005 - Magic selected Fran Vazquez 11th  6. 2006 - Warriors selected Patrick O'Bryant 9th  7. 2004 - Raptors selected Rafael Araujo 8th (BYU)  8. 2000 - Bulls selected Marcus Fizer 4th  9. 2003 - Pistons selected Darko Milicic 2nd  10. 2002 - Warriors selected Mike Dunleavy 3rd  
#6 | 2648 days ago

I know he wasn't lottery, but Frederic Weis needs to be included on principle.
1. 2002 - Nuggets selected Nikoloz Tskitishvili 5th  2. 1998 - Clippers selected Michael Olowokandi 1st  3. 2004 - Raptors selected Rafael Araujo 8th (BYU)  4. 1998 - Mavericks selected Robert 'Tractor' Trayl  5. 2001 - Wizards selected Kwame Brown 1st overall  6. 2002 - Warriors selected Mike Dunleavy 3rd  7. 2000 - Bulls selected Marcus Fizer 4th  8. 2005 - Magic selected Fran Vazquez 11th  9. Other - Detail  10. 2003 - Pistons selected Darko Milicic 2nd  
#7 | 2647 days ago

i know it wasnt within the past ten years but id like to mention portlands decision to draft sam bowie, over Jordan
#8 | 2647 days ago

i want to mention the Cavs with Dajuan Wagner (6th in 2002) and Luke Jackson (10th in 2004)

1. 2003 - Pistons selected Darko Milicic 2nd  2. 1998 - Clippers selected Michael Olowokandi 1st  3. 2001 - Wizards selected Kwame Brown 1st overall  4. 2002 - Nuggets selected Nikoloz Tskitishvili 5th  5. 2004 - Raptors selected Rafael Araujo 8th (BYU)  6. 1998 - Mavericks selected Robert 'Tractor' Trayl  7. Other - Detail  8. 1997 - Grizzlies select Antonio Daniels 4th  9. 2000 - Bulls selected Marcus Fizer 4th  10. Other - Detail  
#9 | 2647 days ago

1st Other - Dajuan Wagner (6th overall Cleveland Cavs), 2nd Other - Trajan Langdon (11th overall Cleveland Cavs...I hate to put a Dukie on here), 3rd Other - Tariq Abdul-Wahad a.k.a Oliver Saint Jean (11th overall Sacramento Kings)
1. 2001 - Wizards selected Kwame Brown 1st overall  2. 1998 - Clippers selected Michael Olowokandi 1st  3. 2000 - Bulls selected Marcus Fizer 4th  4. 2004 - Sonics selected Robert Swift 12th  5. 2005 - Magic selected Fran Vazquez 11th  6. 2002 - Nuggets selected Nikoloz Tskitishvili 5th  7. 2004 - Raptors selected Rafael Araujo 8th (BYU)  8. Other - Detail  9. Other - Detail  10. Other - Detail  
#10 | 2647 days ago

I think Shaun Livingston should be added here too!
1. 2001 - Wizards selected Kwame Brown 1st overall  2. 1998 - Clippers selected Michael Olowokandi 1st  3. 1999 - Pacers select Jonathan Bender 5th  4. 2000 - Bulls selected Marcus Fizer 4th  5. 2005 - Magic selected Fran Vazquez 11th  6. 2006 - Warriors selected Patrick O'Bryant 9th  7. 2003 - Pistons selected Darko Milicic 2nd  8. 1998 - Mavericks selected Robert 'Tractor' Trayl  9. 2004 - Raptors selected Rafael Araujo 8th (BYU)  10. 2005 - Hawks selected Marvin Williams 2nd  
#11 | 2647 days ago

CantBBeat wrote:
I think Shaun Livingston should be added here too!
He was actually playing half decent before that ugly knee injury. I still think he should have played atleast one season at Duke before entering the NBA draft.
1. 2001 - Wizards selected Kwame Brown 1st overall  2. 1998 - Clippers selected Michael Olowokandi 1st  3. 2000 - Bulls selected Marcus Fizer 4th  4. 2004 - Sonics selected Robert Swift 12th  5. 2005 - Magic selected Fran Vazquez 11th  6. 2002 - Nuggets selected Nikoloz Tskitishvili 5th  7. 2004 - Raptors selected Rafael Araujo 8th (BYU)  8. Other - Detail  9. Other - Detail  10. Other - Detail  
#12 | 2646 days ago

Murph wrote:
He was actually playing half decent before that ugly knee injury. I still think he should have played atleast one season at Duke before entering the NBA draft.
I completely agree with you but hes been injury prone and his inconsistent play is a big turn off.
1. 2001 - Wizards selected Kwame Brown 1st overall  2. 1998 - Clippers selected Michael Olowokandi 1st  3. 1999 - Pacers select Jonathan Bender 5th  4. 2000 - Bulls selected Marcus Fizer 4th  5. 2005 - Magic selected Fran Vazquez 11th  6. 2006 - Warriors selected Patrick O'Bryant 9th  7. 2003 - Pistons selected Darko Milicic 2nd  8. 1998 - Mavericks selected Robert 'Tractor' Trayl  9. 2004 - Raptors selected Rafael Araujo 8th (BYU)  10. 2005 - Hawks selected Marvin Williams 2nd  
#13 | 2646 days ago

CantBBeat wrote:
I completely agree with you but hes been injury prone and his inconsistent play is a big turn off.
I always expect inconsistency with "straight out of high school players". I think he has/had the potential to become a respectable PG in the NBA.
1. 2001 - Wizards selected Kwame Brown 1st overall  2. 1998 - Clippers selected Michael Olowokandi 1st  3. 2000 - Bulls selected Marcus Fizer 4th  4. 2004 - Sonics selected Robert Swift 12th  5. 2005 - Magic selected Fran Vazquez 11th  6. 2002 - Nuggets selected Nikoloz Tskitishvili 5th  7. 2004 - Raptors selected Rafael Araujo 8th (BYU)  8. Other - Detail  9. Other - Detail  10. Other - Detail  
#14 | 2645 days ago

My others include - Langdon (mentioned previously), Eddie Griffin #7 overall to Houston in the deal that ultimately helped the Nets become a respectable team, and Frederic Weis #15 overall to the Knicks in 1999.  Weis never saw a minute of NBA time and the Knicks past up on New York's favorite lunatic, Ron Artest.
#15 | 2642 days ago

Murph wrote:
1st Other - Dajuan Wagner (6th overall Cleveland Cavs), 2nd Other - Trajan Langdon (11th overall Cleveland Cavs...I hate to put a Dukie on here), 3rd Other - Tariq Abdul-Wahad a.k.a Oliver Saint Jean (11th overall Sacramento Kings)
You hate to put a Dukie, but it seems like nearly all of them turn out to be bad picks, don't they?
1. 1998 - Clippers selected Michael Olowokandi 1st  2. 2001 - Wizards selected Kwame Brown 1st overall  3. 2002 - Warriors selected Mike Dunleavy 3rd  4. 2005 - Hawks selected Marvin Williams 2nd  5. 1998 - Mavericks selected Robert 'Tractor' Trayl  6. 1997 - Grizzlies select Antonio Daniels 4th  7. 2000 - Bulls selected Marcus Fizer 4th  8. 2002 - Nuggets selected Nikoloz Tskitishvili 5th  9. 2003 - Pistons selected Darko Milicic 2nd  10. 2004 - Raptors selected Rafael Araujo 8th (BYU)  
#16 | 2641 days ago

Pat wrote:
You hate to put a Dukie, but it seems like nearly all of them turn out to be bad picks, don't they?
More bad then good I tell you that. I just hate to put them because it sucks to watch them play well in school & then never get off the bench in the pro's. Well as long as they're good in college that's all that matters to me. Unless they get drafted by the Sonics, then I need them to perform well in the NBA.
1. 2001 - Wizards selected Kwame Brown 1st overall  2. 1998 - Clippers selected Michael Olowokandi 1st  3. 2000 - Bulls selected Marcus Fizer 4th  4. 2004 - Sonics selected Robert Swift 12th  5. 2005 - Magic selected Fran Vazquez 11th  6. 2002 - Nuggets selected Nikoloz Tskitishvili 5th  7. 2004 - Raptors selected Rafael Araujo 8th (BYU)  8. Other - Detail  9. Other - Detail  10. Other - Detail  
#17 | 2641 days ago

I forgot about the Bulls' pick of Tyson Chandler. Not so much that he's a bad player, but considering what they gave up for him (Elton Brand), it was a terrible pick.

1. 1999 - Pacers select Jonathan Bender 5th  2. 1998 - Clippers selected Michael Olowokandi 1st  3. 2006 - Warriors selected Patrick O'Bryant 9th  4. 2002 - Nuggets selected Nikoloz Tskitishvili 5th  5. 2004 - Raptors selected Rafael Araujo 8th (BYU)  6. 2000 - Bulls selected Marcus Fizer 4th  7. 2004 - Sonics selected Robert Swift 12th  8. 2002 - Warriors selected Mike Dunleavy 3rd  9. 1998 - Mavericks selected Robert 'Tractor' Trayl  10. 2005 - Magic selected Fran Vazquez 11th  
#18 | 2632 days ago
RenegadeLG (+)

(Edited by RenegadeLG)
You fail to mention the fact Robert Traylor was traded for Dirk Nowitzki minutes after being drafted.  Thus, you can take away the Mavericks title of worst draft pick and give it to Milwaukee as one of the worst trades of all time.

Darko also shouldn't be considered.  While he was taken over Melo (thank God for that) and Wade, the Pistons gave up on him far too early.  He's quickly developing into an intimidating post presence down in Orlando.

And to the guy who said half of Nuggets fans in Colorado don't know who Skita is, lucky them.
#19 | 725 days ago

Let's Go Mets!!!
#20 | 725 days ago

Saturday Night Special: New York Mess. Let's Go Braves!!
#21 | 724 days ago

Braves!
#22 | 724 days ago

Braves....
#23 | 721 days ago

Go Braves Go!!!!
#24 | 721 days ago

So excited about the Braves!
#25 | 720 days ago

Braves keep on rolling to the NL playoff play-in game
#26 | 719 days ago

(Edited by Chuck_E)
Braves !!
#27 | 719 days ago

That was a terrible lost last night!!! But the Braves will make up for it with a win tonight!!!! GO BRAVES GO!!!!!
#28 | 719 days ago

Minor on the mound tonight and he will get the job done to help the Braves win this game against the Mets!!!!
#29 | 719 days ago

Even with the Braves losing....it didn't hurt that much because the Cardinals did a number on the Nationals last night!!!!!! But at the same time......LET'S GO BRAVES!!!!
#30 | 719 days ago

I hope the Braves have a big crowd like they did last night because I really enjoyed seeing all the people there supporting the Braves and of course Chipper Jones!!!! THIS IS BRAVES COUNTRY....AND THEY ARE HERE TO WIN!!!!
#31 | 719 days ago

The New York Mets are going down this time and there want be no lucky home runs made in this game!!!! COME ON BRAVES AND GET THE WIN!!!!
#32 | 719 days ago

(Edited by The_Queen_1956)
((((((((( THE ATLANTA BRAVES ALL THE WAY)))))))))
#33 | 719 days ago

Chuck_E wrote:
Braves !!
Good morning again Sweetness!!!! GO BRAVES GO!!!!
#34 | 719 days ago

Scott wrote:
Braves keep on rolling to the NL playoff play-in game
Thanks Scott and the Cardinals helped the Braves last night a lot!!!!
#35 | 719 days ago

The_Queen_1956 wrote:
Good morning again Sweetness!!!! GO BRAVES GO!!!!
Good Morning again Mrs Alma! ... Go Braves, Chop Chop !! ;-)
#36 | 719 days ago

heelfan811 wrote:
So excited about the Braves!
I am very excited about them too Al because they are playing so much better than last year!!!
#37 | 719 days ago

rbnred wrote:
Let's Go Mets!!!
Let's Go Braves!!!!!!!
#38 | 719 days ago

The Mighty Braves got this game tonight and Mrs. Atlanta said so!!!!! HOTLANTA WILL BE ON FIRE TONIGHT!!!!
#39 | 719 days ago

Braves will bounce back!!!
#40 | 719 days ago

Braves have earned a right to the post season, and earn yet another win
#41 | 719 days ago

Minor will have only minor problems with Mets tonight, and Young will look for New York.
#42 | 719 days ago

The_Queen_1956 wrote:
The Mighty Braves got this game tonight and Mrs. Atlanta said so!!!!! HOTLANTA WILL BE ON FIRE TONIGHT!!!!
Your right as usual girl!...GO BRAVES!!!
#43 | 719 days ago

GO BRAVES!! Chop up the Big Apple!
#44 | 719 days ago

The Mets will beat the Braves..... GOD BYE LARRY!!!!!!!!!It has been an honor to watch you play and cheer against you.
#45 | 719 days ago

The_Queen_1956 wrote:
I am very excited about them too Al because they are playing so much better than last year!!!
they definitely are
#46 | 719 days ago

Braves Win !!!
#47 | 719 days ago

GO BRAVES !!!!
#48 | 719 days ago

Braves beat the Mets !!!
#49 | 719 days ago

Come on Braves, Kick Some A** !!
#50 | 719 days ago

Lets go Mets, Lets go Mets... never quit, but you can fire Terry Collings we will not miss him.
#51 | 719 days ago

Nickeas wil surprise everyone and put one over.
#52 | 719 days ago

THE BRAVES WON!!!!! THE BRAVES WON!!!!!

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