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  1. #166
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    McLemore is a sure fire top 3 pick in my opinion unless he gets injured or starts doing drugs...

    Dude is crazy good

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    I just seen Mclemore is #1 on NBAdraft.net

    Well I'm jumping on the Alex Poythress bandwagon. He might stay another year but if he declares I'd like to get him. Says the only real concern is motor issues. People said the same thing about Drummond. Burke if we dont select Poythress.

    This year I think we get 2 second round picks. Believe we get the Clippers but its top 55 protected. I imagine it will be ours. If we cant trade up to the late 1st and get Hardaway Jr./Withey...I would like to draft Ray McCollum out of Detroit. So underrated due to him playing for Detroit & his dad.

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    I would go 0-82 if it meant getting Wiggins. Oh my lord that guy is gonna be a monster. Wouldnt mind Jabari Parker either, this of course not being this years draft. Would be fine going into 2014 with

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    Marcus Smart making some plays right now (espn2). Between McLemore, Shabazz, Smart, Goodwin, Porter, etc. This draft isn't looking as bad as before and there's a good chance we'll get a guy that can fit in and help right away.

    On the other hand, if we somehow make the playoffs and give the pick to Charlotte, even better.

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    Or not make the playoffs and trade our pick for Eric Bledsoe

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuySir View Post
    Marcus Smart making some plays right now (espn2). Between McLemore, Shabazz, Smart, Goodwin, Porter, etc. This draft isn't looking as bad as before and there's a good chance we'll get a guy that can fit in and help right away.

    On the other hand, if we somehow make the playoffs and give the pick to Charlotte, even better.
    I didn't think they got our pick until next yr ?? I could be wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lionsfanphil View Post
    I didn't think they got our pick until next yr ?? I could be wrong.
    It's only lottery protected this year, so if we actually make the playoffs they'll get it.

    I think it's top 8 protected next year but I'm not sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuySir View Post
    It's only lottery protected this year, so if we actually make the playoffs they'll get it.

    I think it's top 8 protected next year but I'm not sure.
    The sequence goes: Lottery Protected, Top 8, Top 3, Unprotected.

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    Dennis Schroeder is a second round pick I'd like to get in on either this year or next.

    Pretty good PnR passer, pretty good 3pt shooter, terrible mid game, active, active defender.


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    Nope Val shot better from the FT line, that cancels out all other stats.
    Toronto fan on why JVal is better than Drummond.

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    Quote Originally Posted by detzfish View Post
    I would go 0-82 if it meant getting Wiggins. Oh my lord that guy is gonna be a monster. Wouldnt mind Jabari Parker either, this of course not being this years draft. Would be fine going into 2014 with

    Knight
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    ha
    wiggins is cdn, id be so happy if we got him on detroit, but what are the odds we get the number 1 overall pick

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    I think Burke's stock took a hit today, Craft really got in his head and disrupted everything he was trying to do. Kinda made me want to take a look at Craft in next years draft as a second rounder, hoping he can grow into an Avery Bradley type player. He'll be offensively challenged, but that defense is as lockdown as it gets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuySir View Post
    I think Burke's stock took a hit today, Craft really got in his head and disrupted everything he was trying to do. Kinda made me want to take a look at Craft in next years draft as a second rounder, hoping he can grow into an Avery Bradley type player. He'll be offensively challenged, but that defense is as lockdown as it gets.
    I hope we get Burke in the 1st round. I love him.

    Quote Originally Posted by DreDrum#1 View Post
    This is where nba experts are find SVG's worth and the Pistons seed projection: 11th in the east. Like i said: SVG hasnt done $h!t

    http://www.freep.com/videonetwork/3679829820001

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuySir View Post
    I think Burke's stock took a hit today, Craft really got in his head and disrupted everything he was trying to do. Kinda made me want to take a look at Craft in next years draft as a second rounder, hoping he can grow into an Avery Bradley type player. He'll be offensively challenged, but that defense is as lockdown as it gets.
    Michigan lived and died by the three today.

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    It seemed like right when they got back in it they then missed like 5 straight 3 balls to get back down. Thats beileins offense though. I still want burke though, he is the guy to run the offense through and get the O goin and can score when needed.
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    Check out this guy's mock:

    1. Washington - Shabazz Muhammad (6'6'', SF, UCLA, Fresh.)
    2. Charlotte - Ben McLemore (6'5'', SG, Kansas, Fresh.)
    3. Cleveland - Nerlens Noel (6'10'', PF, Kentucky, Fresh.)
    4. Phoenix - Cody Zeller (7'0'', C, Indiana, Soph.)
    5. New Orleans - Alex Len (7'1'', C, Maryland, Soph.)
    6. Oklahoma City - Willie Cauley-Stein (7'0'', C, Kentucky, Fresh.)
    7. Detroit - Archie Goodwin (6'5'', SG, Kentucky, Fresh.)
    8. Orlando - Marcus Smart (6'4'', SG, Oklahoma State, Fresh.)
    9. Sacramento - Otto Porter (6'8'', SF, Georgetown, Soph.)
    10. Philadelphia - Anthony Bennett (6'8'', PF, UNLV, Fresh.)
    11. Dallas - Michael Carter-Williams (6'5'', PG, Syracuse, Soph.)
    12. Phoenix - Trey Burke (5'11'', PG, Michigan, Soph.)
    13. Minnesota - Glenn Robinson III (6'6'', SF, Michigan, Fresh.)
    14. Charlotte - Isaiah Austin (7'0'', PF, Baylor, Fresh.)
    15. Milwaukee - Alex Poythress (6'8'', SF, Kentucky, Fresh.)
    16. Atlanta - Mason Plumlee (6'11'', PF, Duke, Sr.)
    17. Utah - CJ McCollum (6'3'', SG, Lehigh, Sr.)
    18. Boston - Kelly Olynyk (7'0'', C, Gonzaga, Jr.)
    19. Atlanta - Dario Saric (6'10'', PF, Croatia)
    20. Denver - Tony Mitchell (6'8'', PF, North Texas, Soph.)
    21. Brooklyn - Andre Roberson (6'7'', SF, Colorado, Jr.)
    22. Chicago - Victor Oladipo (6'5'', SG, Indiana, Jr.)
    23. Indiana - Phil Pressey (5'11'', PG, Missouri, Jr.)
    24. Utah - Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (6'6'', SG, Georgia, Soph.)
    25. New York - Jeff Withey (7'0'', C, Kansas, Sr.)
    26. Minnesota - Rudy Gobert (7'1'', C, France)
    27. Cleveland - Deshaun Thomas (6'7'', SF, Ohio State, Jr.)
    28. San Antonio - CJ Wilcox (6'5'', SG, Washington, Jr.)
    29. LA Clippers - Tim Hardaway Jr. (6'5'', SG, Michigan, Jr.)
    30. Oklahoma City - Lorenzo Brown (6'4'', PG, North Carolina State, Jr.)

    31. Washington - Lucas Nogueira (7'0'', C, Brazil)
    32. Oklahoma City - Sergey Karasev (6'7'', SF, Russia)
    33. Cleveland - Isaiah Canaan (6'0'', PG, Murray State, Sr.)
    34. Phoenix - Jamaal Franklin (6'5'', SG, San Diego State, Jr.)
    35. Philadelphia - Gorgui Dieng (6'10'', C, Louisville, Jr.)
    36. Toronto - Myck Kabongo (6'1'', PG, Texas, Soph.)
    37. Detroit - CJ Leslie (6'9'', SF, North Carolina State, Jr.)
    38. Cleveland - Leo Westermann (6'7'', PG, France)
    39. Sacramento - Richard Howell (6'8'', PF, North Carolina State, Sr.)
    40. Philadelphia - Rodney Williams (6'7'', SF, Minnesota, Sr.)
    41. Dallas - Patric Young (6'9'', PF, Florida, Jr.)
    42. LA Lakers - Deonte Burton (6'1'', PG, Nevada, Jr.)
    43. Portland - AJ Matthews (7'1'', C, Farmingdale State, Sr.)
    44. Denver - Sean Kilpatrick (6'4'', SG, Cincinnati, Jr.)
    45. Milwaukee - Nemanja Nedovic (6'3'', SG, Serbia)
    46. Atlanta - Brandon Paul (6'4'', SG, Illinois, Sr.)
    47. Utah - Augusto Cesar Lima (6'10'', PF, Brazil)
    48. Portland - Michael Snaer (6'4'', SG, Florida State, Sr.)
    49. Atlanta - Ray McCallum (6'2'', PG, Detroit, Jr.)
    50. Phoenix - Jackie Carmichael (6'9'', PF, Illinois State, Sr.)
    51. Phoenix - Oleksandr Lypovyy (6'8'', SF, Ukraine)
    52. Chicago - Robert Covington (6'9'', PF, Tennessee State, Sr.)
    53. Indiana - Khalif Wyatt (6'4'', SG, Temple, Sr.)
    54. Denver - Erick Green (6'3'', PG, Virginia Tech, Sr.)
    55. Washington - Pierre Jackson (5'10'', PG, Baylor, Sr.)
    56. Memphis - Nate Wolters (6'4'', PG, South Dakota State, Sr.)
    57. Miami - Christian Watford (6'8'', SF, Indiana, Sr.)
    58. San Antonio - Joffrey Lauvergne (6'10'', PF, France)
    59. LA Clippers - Trevor Mbakwe (6'8'', PF, Minnesota, Sr.)
    60. Minnesota - Elias Harris (6'8'', PF, Gonzaga, Sr.)
    http://nbadraftguru.blogspot.com/201...-draft_18.html

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