Alright, as you can see the NBA executive that drops in the cards, neatly drops in each card into the ball except one. If you watch, the fourth card is banged around the ball a bit before reaching the bottom. That card is the only card that is banged around, the rest of the cards are tossed carefully to the bottom of the ball. That allows the corner of the card to be creased and bent a bit so that David Stern is able to recognize which card belonged to the New York Knicks. That card is the only card of all of them that has a bent corner. Around the 0:40 - 0:43 mark you are able to see David Stern give out a big exhale showing signs of nervousness. Conveniently Stern pulls out the card with the bent corner and goes on to announce that the card he pulled out will recieve the number one draft pick. Now don't you think that it is just a bit to perfect that Stern picked up the one card that has a bent corner and was the only card not placed neatly at the bottom of the ball? It just works out to perfectly. David Stern rigged this draft I believe because he felt that Patrick Ewing would not have been able to prosper in Indiana's basketball market as much as he would have been able to in New York City. As you watch later on in the video the assistant coach of the New York Knicks, Dave DeBusschere already had a Knicks jersey with Ewing's name on the back showing that the Knicks organization was most likely going to pick Patrick Ewing as the first pick in the 1985 NBA draft. This incident only furthur proves David Stern's corrupt ways and how he manages to go out of his way to rig the game of basketball for the benefit of the NBA financially.