The more I write about Anthony Davis, the better he becomes. In Wednesday's column I had him, in three years, as one of the top 10 players in the NBA. A sentence later, I suggested the top five. If I had written another paragraph, I would have had LeBron saying, "I hate playing against Anthony's team because we can't win."
This time the hype is justified. He is a transcendent player. I'll be shocked if he isn't great.
That's why tonight's lottery is so important. Be interesting to see what the television ratings are for the 8 p.m. event.
Be interesting to see what fans of the Charlotte Bobcats do to try to bring luck, and the first pick in the NBA draft, to their team.
We all have our superstitions. Some are pretty good. Tonight we'll find out if they work.