Comparing Noel to Davis, Davis' freshman year at Kentucky was better statistically in nearly every category, and Davis' offensive game was much more refined. Noel has the length and athletic ability to be a star in the NBA but must work on his body, offensive game, and defensive positioning (he often gets caught out not protecting the paint or has his back turned to the weak side allowing back-door cuts).
Last edited by Bishnoff; 01-21-2013 at 06:06 PM.
No way. Bazz first and then noels. but by the end of the season gortat wont have as much trade value as of right now so he wouldnt land us a pick that high
Call me crazy but IMO Shabazz can be, along with Irving and Wall, the next generation of superstars. Yes I'm very high on Wall.
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I would go with Shabazz and then Mclemore.
It would be so awesome if we got the 1st pick, we need some luck to come our way for once.
Its between McLemore and Muhammad for me. Noel is interesting but I would be disappointed if we took him.
I think McLemore has the highest ceiling between him and Muhammad but I would be happy with either one. Muhammad seems like he'll be good from day 1 and could be an all-star early in his career but I think right now, what you see will be what we get. There's not a lot more developing for him to do apart from polish up his game whereas McLemore, as his the bio posted suggests, is only scratching the surface.
I'm just happy there's a chance one of these guys will be on our team. I wish the draft was a little bit sooner.
IMO, a player’s ceiling is dictated by their work ethic, not by their potential.
I agree with you about work ethic but who's to say that McLemore doesn't have a similar approach to the game as Muhammad.
These are things that well find out about closer to the draft I guess. Right now mclemore has a slight edge for me but that could change. Like I said though, I'd be happy with either of them as I think they'll both be good pros.