CARACAS, Venezuela — As the NBA Finals approached, I saw that NBA teams had traded away some players and drafted other players.

I saw some players traded.

I even saw some trade rumors.

But when it came to the NFL Draft, I was a little surprised.

I didn’t expect to see so many NFL teams making big trades.

I was expecting the draft to be the same.

I had read that it would be different.

This year, I’m betting it will be even more different.

Here are 10 reasons why the 2018 NBA Draft will be different than the last.


It’s more about teams getting players.

Last year, the top three picks were Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott and Houston Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, while the fourth pick was Oklahoma running back Melvin Gordon.

Now, it’s a bit more of a balance.

While some teams will try to trade their fourth pick for a player, others will draft high to acquire players.

And some teams, like the Minnesota Vikings and the Denver Broncos, will have to take their fourth overall pick.

It could end up being a difficult choice.

So, the draft will be a mix of the players teams have available, with the teams hoping to draft players with potential.

And, the players will be traded, with players still on the board and a few remaining.

The teams who make the playoffs are looking for depth.

That means the draft could be about as stacked as the NBA playoffs, with several teams going for big names.

This time, I expect the league to get even bigger.

I can’t wait to see what teams do. 2.

There’s a chance the NBA’s All-Star Game will be moved from the Las Vegas Convention Center to the Staples Center.

Last time the NBA All-Stars played in Las Vegas, the game was moved to the Mandalay Bay Events Center.

The NBA wants to bring back the All-star game, but the city is still opposed to it.

The new Las Vegas is more suitable for the All