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The OTT Podcast: NBA Cities Draft

On this episode of The OTT Podcast, Fake Barney and I get into the NBA Draft spirit with a different sort of mock draft. Tune in to hear us draft the best NBA cities to live in, regardless of the teams themselves. Highlights include…

— What’s more important in a city: threat of natural disaster or craft beer scene?

— Beach vs. mountains

— What is there to do in Salt Lake City?

— Cleveland vs. Detroit

— Our take on the NCAA’s findings in the Louisville scandal

…and much, much more. To listen, just subscribe to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes or stream on Podbay.

Click through the jump to see which cities we picked and vote on whose list of cities is the best.

NBA Cities Draft Results

Round Fake Barney Tyler
1 Miami Denver
2 Manhattan New Orleans
3 Los Angeles Chicago
4 Phoenix Bay Area
5 Boston Portland
6 Orlando Brooklyn
7 San Antonio Toronto
8 Houston Washington DC
9 Philadelphia Indianapolis
10 Salt Lake City Milwaukee
11 Sacramento Minneapolis
12 Charlotte Atlanta
13 Memphis Oklahoma City
14 Dallas Cleveland
15 Detroit  —

Note: Since the Lakers and the Clippers both play in the Staples Center, we lumped both teams into Los Angeles.

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Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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5 Comments for The OTT Podcast: NBA Cities Draft



  1. KYcats11
    7:50 pm June 21, 2017 Permalink

    I’m sorry, i know I’m stupid for this but, who the hell is fake barney? Forgive me of my sins KSR lords.



  2. Eazy
    12:59 am June 22, 2017 Permalink

    New Orleans should be near the bottom. It’s a party town and all but the crime is through the roof and the weather is miserable. Atlanta should be higher.



  3. za
    9:57 am June 22, 2017 Permalink

    New Orleans is awful. An underrated city is Milwaukee. Slide NOLA way down and TT’s list is pretty solid.



    • Eazy
      10:43 am June 22, 2017 Permalink

      I agree about NO. Never been to Milwaukee. Charlotte is pretty nice, though. It should be way higher. Salt Lake is beautiful.



  4. ukcamel
    11:01 am June 22, 2017 Permalink

    Whoever made this map thinks the Hornets are in Raleigh and still called the Bobcats.