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    Davis has pretty broad shoulders and is built where he looks to have an easier time putting on some weight eventually. I'm not saying he will ever look like Dwight Howard or even close, but he could add muscle mass the way Kevin Garnett did over the years.

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    One other point about both is they seriously need to work on their Free Throws like most big men. Davis shoots 53%. While Drummond shoots an unacceptable 35%.

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    drummond.

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    Honestly I haven't seen anything that great from Davis. He is undersized and basically just reminds me of another Jon Henson(who nobody talks about)

    Haven't seen Drummond play yet.

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    Anthony davis arms so skinny i feel like they gonna snap

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    Davis is skinny as hell and has a raw offensive game. I've seen so many of these highly touted tooth pick big men do absolutely nothing in the league. If it's an under class big man I'm not a believer unless they are filled out like a Favors, Cousins, Griffin, Lopez, Bogut etc.... Davis is going to come into the league and get absolutely wrecked.

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    Davis is skinny as hell and has a raw offensive game. I've seen so many of these highly touted tooth pick big men do absolutely nothing in the league. Chris Bosh being the exception because offensively his game was ridiculous for a college big and the dude still doesnt have the body of a true nba 4.

    It's going to take Davis years to add enough muscle and a face up game and a post game to do anything in the NBA. If it's an under class big man I'm not a believer unless they are filled out like a Favors, Cousins, Griffin, Lopez, Bogut or have the offensive polish of a Bosh etc.... Davis is going to come into the league and get absolutely wrecked.
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    I've watched them both play a few games this year, I'd have to go with Davis as the more polished player at this point but he really needs to bulk up big time before stepping into the league to have any success.

    His team (Kentucky) did beat St. Johns last night and Davis had 15 pts, 15 reb and 8 blocks!!! Both of these guys have VERY high ceilings.

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    Davis is a mix between Tyrus and Anthony Randolph.......He will be a good Power forward.........Now Drummond has the size to become a center...he's a mix between Amare and Dwight.......It's hard to find a good center in the NBA......I would roll the dice on Drummond no question....power forwards are a dime a dozen.
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    Drummond for me. Younger and already has more of an NBA body than Davis. Davis looks like if he sneezes his sternum would break. Davis needs to add a lot of bulk
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dankster View Post
    I've watched them both play a few games this year, I'd have to go with Davis as the more polished player at this point but he really needs to bulk up big time before stepping into the league to have any success.

    His team (Kentucky) did beat St. Johns last night and Davis had 15 pts, 15 reb and 8 blocks!!! Both of these guys have VERY high ceilings.
    That doesnt mean a lot, but UK is by far the best team in college. Not even close. The talent on that team

    jones
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    just insane all potential lottery picks

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradHolt4CYoung View Post
    Never heard of them, I dont really follow college basketball until March

    But ive seen Jordan Taylor of Wisconsin play a few times last year and saw him once so far this year. That kid is gonna be a really good NBA player.
    Jordan reminds me of a Tim Hardaway. Especially his shooting form and physical stature.

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    hopefully drummond is an idiot and comes out this year, potentially could slip in the stacked draft class

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    Today's Kentucky/North Carolina game has been insane! There are like 8-9 top 20 picks in next years draft. Michael-Kidd Gilchrist is really stepping up and showing he might be the best wing in the country. I reallly like Jeremy Lamb of UConn as well.

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