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    Oh BTW I would just like to bring this up. I brought up Mason PLumlee before the last draft we just had and I brought up (mason plumlee) and I remember getting bashed about wanting him.

    Well eat crow people. 21 pts and 17 rebs against Ohio St last night.

    Oh and averaging 19 and 11

    I know we don't need him anymore but still wanted to bring it up.
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    I say draft Glenn Robinson III. Especially if we start to falter rest of season.

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    For a freshman he's been playing really well. 12 and 7 on 55% shooting.
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    Then pull his dad out of retirement. That be cool. Heck if Kidd and Hill still playing Big dog can still play. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by time4change View Post
    Oh BTW I would just like to bring this up. I brought up Mason PLumlee before the last draft we just had and I brought up (mason plumlee) and I remember getting bashed about wanting him.

    Well eat crow people. 21 pts and 17 rebs against Ohio St last night.

    Oh and averaging 19 and 11

    I know we don't need him anymore but still wanted to bring it up.
    That doesn't neccesarily mean he'll be a good pro though. Plenty of guys have had great college careers only to falter in the pros. Look at Hansbrough. He was pretty much an elite college player, and hasn't really been anything special in the pros. I will have to watch his game more closely, but I still don't see him being that great of pro player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crewfan13 View Post
    That doesn't neccesarily mean he'll be a good pro though. Plenty of guys have had great college careers only to falter in the pros. Look at Hansbrough. He was pretty much an elite college player, and hasn't really been anything special in the pros. I will have to watch his game more closely, but I still don't see him being that great of pro player.
    Hansbrough was simply a hustle guy. Plumlee gets off the floor. Also Hansbrough is two inches shorter and much much less athletic. Completely different type of players.

    The guy worked on his post game all offseason and it shows. Hansbrough never had a great post game, and still doesn't. He just always fed off of rebounds and that terrible hook shot he has.

    Plumlee knows how to work the paint. His offensive awareness is much better than Hansbrough's as well.

    Not saying he'll be a stud, but will make some team very happy.
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    Always take the best player available. Then trade when theres a log jam for needs. Look at it this way. Fat Sammy probably walks. Przybilla probably retires. Moute could be used strictly at sf. So that leaves us with Ersan, Gooden, Udoh and Henson at pf and Sanders at center. Well we could be dealing Gooden or any other big any time soon. So any thing can happen. Last few years we been over loaded with average pf's. Wouldn't hurt to add another. Also could go small ball with any of them pf's playing back up center as well depending on match ups.

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    Quote Originally Posted by time4change View Post
    Hansbrough was simply a hustle guy. Plumlee gets off the floor. Also Hansbrough is two inches shorter and much much less athletic. Completely different type of players.

    The guy worked on his post game all offseason and it shows. Hansbrough never had a great post game, and still doesn't. He just always fed off of rebounds and that terrible hook shot he has.

    Plumlee knows how to work the paint. His offensive awareness is much better than Hansbrough's as well.

    Not saying he'll be a stud, but will make some team very happy.
    I didn't want to make the comparison that they were similar players, just more using Hansbrough as an example of a good college player but a garbage pro. There's tons more examples. I don't mind Plumlee as a player, but I don't think he'll end up being much more than a decent bench player at this point.

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    He's got the measurables to be a good player. We'll see. Just a matter of how good he wants to be.
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    Also I never ever saw Hansbrough have leaping ability like this...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4ijEh2y13c

    It's in the 1st 7 sec.

    Also he's been getting a ton stronger...
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    Jamaal Franklin dropped 28 against UCLA, and out-dueled Shabazz Muhammed.

    Averaging 20 pts and 10 rebs a game so far this season on 43% shooting.
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    http://www.nbadraft.net/2013mock_draft

    Has us selection 6'6" pg/sg Michael Carter-Williams at #17. Then at #47 6'6" sf Solomon Hill.

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    Aren't we suppose to have Rockets second rounder this year part of the Dalembert trade? Or we get it next year?

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    I like Williams game a lot. He can pass the ball really well. However Franklin is the man for us. Tough, durable, hardworking. Plays above the rim. Exactly the type of player Jennings needs in the back court with him.
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    Another guy I think we should look at in the 2nd is Nate Wolters. Could be a sold backup PG for us. Him and Alex Oriakhi would be great selections in the 2nd.
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