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    Frank Kaminsky

    Is he a legit NBA prospect or not?

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    I think so. A guy with his size, skill set and decent athleticism has a place in the NBA. He needs to fill out some, but he has a pretty complete offensive game which is really what counts in the NBA. I would guess that he is an early second round pick or late first next year.

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    I think he will be a liability on the defensive end not to thick to stop powerfowards and not quick enough to stop a quick small foward...i think he will have an offensive game on the next level though...late 1st early 2nd

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    very crafty player.. He's a NBA talent, no doudt

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    Frank Kaminsky

    He's a mid 2nd round guy from what I've seen around if he leaves this year. Who knows what this tourney has done for his stock.

    I would expect him to come back for his senior year.

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    a second rounder,maybe late first(though think that'd be a mistake with the depth of this draft).not a great athlete ,lacks lateral quickness,not that strong either ...but he's a 7 footer who can shoot,and having a big game during touney time tends up your stock.

    ...but i think he's going to back for his senior season
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    not a good enough rebounder to make up for his lack of defense and nba athleticism. second rounder

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    Yea, idk what position he would play. He would get bullied as a center, and doesn't seem to have the quickness of a forward.


    I don't think he's any better than Kelly Oylynk.

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    Frank Kaminsky

    Definitely. Look at Ryan Kelly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by long ball View Post
    He's a mid 2nd round guy from what I've seen around if he leaves this year. Who knows what this tourney has done for his stock.

    I would expect him to come back for his senior year.
    Yeah I really hope he comes back and I'm sure he will. I thought Dekker would have been the one to worry about leaving, I never thought it would be Frank.

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    Guy has post moves and a great touch around the rim which is rare. Could see him as a scoring big man off the bench or starting at PF against certain matchups.

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    I don't think so. Hes got the tools on offense but he needs to either become a much better defender or a much better rebounder. If not both. I will say that his stock will rise significantly if he stays his senior year. Experience is becoming a big thing now a days in the NBA.
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    He'll do well in Europe.

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