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Orlando Summer League Recap

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Three former Boilermakers - JaJuan Johnson, Chris Kramer and E'Twaun Moore - represented the program at the Orlando Summer League this week.

BTN 'NBA Draft Preview Special' Airs Friday

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(Courtesy of BTN)

The Big Ten has always been a steady contributor to the NBA, and this year is no different with plenty of Big Ten student-athletes officially entering the NBA Draft. BTN will help tell their stories when it airs a special NBA Draft preview edition of the Big Ten Basketball Report at 9 p.m. ET on Friday. The special will include interviews with some of the Big Ten's top draft entrants and also will give viewers an inside look at the draft process.

Boilers In The NBA

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A quick look at how the five former Boilermakers currently playing in the NBA have fared this season.

Boilers In The NBA

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A quick look at how the five former Boilermakers currently playing in the NBA have fared this season.

Boilers In The NBA

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A quick look at how the five former Boilermakers currently playing in the NBA have fared this season:

Boilers In The NBA

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A quick look at how the five former Boilermakers currently playing in the NBA have fared this season:

Newest Celtics Officially Introduced

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Former Purdue stars and newly-minted Boston Celtics JaJuan Johnson and E'Twaun Moore were officially introduced on Monday at an event for the team's Shamrock Foundation.

New Celtic Duo Garnering Praise

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For the 13th time in program history, Purdue had two players taken in the same NBA Draft in 2011.

However, for the first time since 1952, a Boilermaker pair was taken by the same team, as JaJuan Johnson and E'Twaun Moore will both head to Boston as the newest members of the Celtics.

Johnson was drafted 27th overall by New Jersey and immediately shipped to Boston, while Moore was selected by the Celtics at No. 55 overall.

Cardinal Wins NBA Championship

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Former Purdue star Brian Cardinal earned his first NBA Championship ring on Sunday when the Dallas Mavericks closed out the Miami Heat, 4-2, to win their first-ever world title.