I am nominating this article because I believe it should be promoted to a featured list. I would also like to thank Crzycheetah for giving me a reference which really helped me make this article into featured list criteria. Annoyomous24 20:45, 19 July 2008 (UTC)
3 refs (11 to 13) are missing info (publisher and access date)
"Flag of the United States USA/Flag of Turkey TUR" would be clearer if the slash was spaced so the images don't cover it up as much
"currently located in" – I don't think that's the right word; perhaps "based in"? They aren't physically located there every second, like a building would be
"since the Minneapolis Lakers from 1948–1960." – doesn't sound smooth to me. I'm reading "They are the second NBA team to be located in Minneapolis since the Minneapolis Lakers from 1948–1960." as two phrases: "They are the second NBA team to be located in Minneapolis" and "the Minneapolis Lakers from 1948–1960." and the latter one is missing a verb. Perhaps something like "They are the second NBA team to be based in Minneapolis since the Minneapolis Lakers were there from 1948 to 1960." – I think that would be clearer and easier to read
"that missed the" – I think "that did not make the" would be clearer. The term "Missed" is used often in the NBA but if it can be conveyed more clearly, then do so
"Teams can also trade their picks, so some years a team could have more than or less than two picks." – not very clear, and full of redundancies. "some years" can be removed. I'd like to see this sentence explained more to someone who doesn't understand how the draft process works. I think "picks" is "draft-lingo" and so can even be removed and explained in other, simpler terms. Like "Teams can trade away their option to choose a player" or something.
I wrote "Teams can also trade their picks, which means that a team could have more than or less than two picks in one draft." hope that makes more sense.
Well, this whole list states that Ray Allen was drafted per the general reference. I think this ref isn't needed, but it doesn't do any harm either. Can you provide the second footnote for "j" trade note, since there are actually 2 different picks involved in that trade? Take a look at footnotes f and h in the Toronto Raptors draft history, for an example.--Crzycheetah 05:50, 29 July 2008 (UTC)
One more thing I noticed just now. In the "university" column, some of the universities use their full name, some not. They are linked to different pages, as well. For example, take a look at Connecticut. There are 3 instances - one is linked to university and another two are linked to the main athletics page. It just needs consistency.