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wesbeasflynn
03-03-2011, 08:24 PM
I'm going to say,well lets see here....................THE T-WOLVES!

RZZZA
03-03-2011, 08:24 PM
nuggets

danniboi168
03-03-2011, 08:29 PM
nuggets

hell yeah.

Gram
03-03-2011, 08:29 PM
Denver.

M.Bibby2.0
03-03-2011, 08:30 PM
Sacramento kings, if not now then next year when they add another high pick to the roster. Cousins, Casspi, Tyreke, Marcus Thornton + pick.

bovice163
03-03-2011, 08:31 PM
Nuggets, Wolves, Clippers

RZZZA
03-03-2011, 08:32 PM
clippers, wizards

RZZZA
03-03-2011, 08:33 PM
warriors

Baller1
03-03-2011, 08:34 PM
Probably Denver or Chicago...

CityofTreez
03-03-2011, 08:34 PM
Sacramento kings, if not now then next year when they add another high pick to the roster. Cousins, Casspi, Tyreke, Marcus Thornton + pick.

I agree, also Jermain Taylor is another player.

cubs0707
03-03-2011, 08:40 PM
chicago and clips

Flash3
03-03-2011, 08:40 PM
clippers

Mishmin
03-03-2011, 08:41 PM
Denver hands down, then clippers

jsimms92
03-03-2011, 08:43 PM
celtics :D

The BodyGuard
03-03-2011, 08:44 PM
The Clippers or Bulls

JWO35
03-03-2011, 08:44 PM
Golden State

Chacarron
03-03-2011, 08:49 PM
Clippers.

Tony_Starks
03-03-2011, 08:51 PM
Clippers and its not even close. Not just young talent but GOOD young talent. Blake, Gordon, Aminu, Jordan, Eric Bledsoe.... all those guys can play, that could potentially be a starting lineup one day.

Cano4prez
03-03-2011, 08:55 PM
Clippers, then Nuggets. Going with the majority here

Gators123
03-03-2011, 09:01 PM
Clippers

HaX
03-03-2011, 09:08 PM
Minnesota.

JerseysFinest
03-03-2011, 09:09 PM
If this was last season, definitely Jersey. But now, I'd say the Clips, T-Wolves, and Denver

Hawkeye15
03-03-2011, 09:12 PM
1. Denver
2. Minnesota
3. LA Clippers

SeoulBeatz
03-03-2011, 09:25 PM
T-Wolves and Clippers instantly come to mind. Bulls too considering how young Rose is.

But my SIXERS are also pretty young too.

Jrue Holiday - 20 (2nd youngest in NBA)
Evan Turner - 22
Thaddeus Young - 22
Spencer Hawes - 22
Craig Brackins - 23
Jodie Meeks - 23
Marreese Speights - 24
Lou Williams - 24

Got a lot of young talent here.

More-Than-Most
03-03-2011, 09:28 PM
nuggets and clippers by far... sixers and wolves should be up there as well.

gotoHcarolina52
03-03-2011, 09:29 PM
Miami Heat

KmB728
03-03-2011, 09:29 PM
Clippers and Warriors

king_couttsy
03-03-2011, 09:52 PM
I only realised last night watching the Nuggets game how young our roster is now (outside of K-Mart).

Clippers, Denver and maybe Sacramento.

The Jokemaker
03-03-2011, 09:53 PM
Grizzlies. Conley, Gay, Gasol, Arthur, Young, Mayo, Henry.

Mauersota
03-03-2011, 10:11 PM
Looking at the amount and upside of the talent I'd rank'em

1. Clippers
2. Wolves
3. Nuggets

hyb152
03-03-2011, 10:19 PM
The Sacramento Kings

-Demarcus Cousins
-Tyreke Evans
-Omri Casspi
-Marcus Thornton (who's tearing up the league right now)

goose15
03-03-2011, 10:24 PM
Paper Clipps

LakersA's49ers
03-03-2011, 10:25 PM
Minnesota. Johnson, Love, 1st round pick this year, could be pretty deadly. You can't write off Flynn or Rubio either. If I though those guards were superstars, then I would of put them in Love's category. So don't get butthurt if you think that I'm saying Rubio's a stud

WizFan3
03-03-2011, 10:29 PM
wizards wall young crawford booker seraphin mcgee blatche cummon now

smith&wesson
03-03-2011, 10:44 PM
amir johnson
andrea bargnani
demar derozan
james johnson
jerryd bayless
+ high draft pick next seas

THE Vernon
03-03-2011, 10:52 PM
lol warriors? why?


I'd say the Clips. Denver is really really deep too, but no star.

B'sCeltsPatsSox
03-03-2011, 10:54 PM
Denver, the Clippers, Golden State, T-Wolves, Sacramento and Chicago.

AIsixersFK
03-03-2011, 11:03 PM
sixers....

holiday, turner, thad young, speights, lou williams, meeks, hawes, brackins, all under 24. without lou will and speights they're all 22 and under

lilojmayo
03-03-2011, 11:23 PM
Grizzlies. Conley, Gay, Gasol, Arthur, Young, Mayo, Henry.

Is has to be a joke thread? OKC isn't even the most talented young team. It is clearly the Grizzlies and it is not even close. Again, you people need to check the standings. If we win on saturday against Hornets, we jumped to the 6th seed. We have a great shot at 5th seed or possibly surpassing OKC in the standings for homecourt advantage and get that 4th seed by playoffs.

Rudy Gay 24 years old
Mike Conley 23 years old
Darrell Arthur 23 years old
OJ Mayo 23 years
Sam Young 24 years old
Marc Gasol 24 years old
Xavier Henry 20 years old
etc

All the teams listed are teams that have potential but have terrible records. Grizzlies are the 2nd youngest team in the league age wise, and are actually a playoff team


http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/standings

papipapsmanny
03-03-2011, 11:37 PM
wizards wall young crawford booker seraphin mcgee blatche cummon now

not to mention Jianlin (although he has regressed a lot)

and what 2 or 3 1st rounds picks this year

I would put them in the mix

Raph12
03-04-2011, 12:11 AM
Celtics and then Spurs...

Sixerlover
03-04-2011, 12:13 AM
Is has to be a joke thread? OKC isn't even the most talented young team. It is clearly the Grizzlies and it is not even close. Again, you people need to check the standings. If we win on saturday against Hornets, we jumped to the 6th seed. We have a great shot at 5th seed or possibly surpassing OKC in the standings for homecourt advantage and get that 4th seed by playoffs.

Rudy Gay 24 years old
Mike Conley 23 years old
Darrell Arthur 23 years old
OJ Mayo 23 years
Sam Young 24 years old
Marc Gasol 24 years old
Xavier Henry 20 years old
etc

All the teams listed are teams that have potential but have terrible records. Grizzlies are the 2nd youngest team in the league age wise, and are actually a playoff team


http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/standings

Good ole Liloj

wesbeasflynn
03-04-2011, 12:47 AM
Is has to be a joke thread? OKC isn't even the most talented young team. It is clearly the Grizzlies and it is not even close. Again, you people need to check the standings. If we win on saturday against Hornets, we jumped to the 6th seed. We have a great shot at 5th seed or possibly surpassing OKC in the standings for homecourt advantage and get that 4th seed by playoffs.

Rudy Gay 24 years old
Mike Conley 23 years old
Darrell Arthur 23 years old
OJ Mayo 23 years
Sam Young 24 years old
Marc Gasol 24 years old
Xavier Henry 20 years old
etc

All the teams listed are teams that have potential but have terrible records. Grizzlies are the 2nd youngest team in the league age wise, and are actually a playoff team


http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/standings

good luck with that one!

Clippersfan86
03-04-2011, 12:49 AM
Is has to be a joke thread? OKC isn't even the most talented young team. It is clearly the Grizzlies and it is not even close. Again, you people need to check the standings. If we win on saturday against Hornets, we jumped to the 6th seed. We have a great shot at 5th seed or possibly surpassing OKC in the standings for homecourt advantage and get that 4th seed by playoffs.

Rudy Gay 24 years old
Mike Conley 23 years old
Darrell Arthur 23 years old
OJ Mayo 23 years
Sam Young 24 years old
Marc Gasol 24 years old
Xavier Henry 20 years old
etc

All the teams listed are teams that have potential but have terrible records. Grizzlies are the 2nd youngest team in the league age wise, and are actually a playoff team


http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/standings

The only good players without attitude problems and who have been proven... are Gay and Gasol. Everyone else has ego issues or unproven in this league.

Swashcuff
03-04-2011, 01:08 AM
sixers....

holiday, turner, thad young, speights, lou williams, meeks, hawes, brackins, all under 24. without lou will and speights they're all 22 and under

As a sixer fan I have to 100% disagree with this. Eric Gordon and Blake are better scorers than anyone we have. Deandre Jordan is a better big than anyone we have as well. Why are you even mentioning Hawes (he's horrible) and Brackins who is yet to even play a game in the NBA. If he was worthy of being mentioned he would have been in the league already.

Also at least get the ages right. As well dude.

Swashcuff
03-04-2011, 01:09 AM
sixers....

holiday, turner, thad young, speights, lou williams, meeks, hawes, brackins, all under 24. without lou will and speights they're all 22 and under

As a sixer fan I have to 100% disagree with this. Eric Gordon and Blake are better scorers than anyone we have. Deandre Jordan is a better big than anyone we have as well. Why are you even mentioning Hawes (he's horrible) and Brackins who is yet to even play a game in the NBA. If he was worthy of being mentioned he would have been in the league already.

Also at least get the ages right as well dude.

MTone8788
03-04-2011, 01:11 AM
The Sacramento Kings

-Demarcus Cousins
-Tyreke Evans
-Omri Casspi
-Marcus Thornton (who's tearing up the league right now)


Even though he is averaging 21ppg on the Kings, I wouldn't call it "tearing up the league" when they are 1-3 in that stretch...

Swashcuff
03-04-2011, 01:14 AM
T-Wolves and Clippers instantly come to mind. Bulls too considering how young Rose is.

But my SIXERS are also pretty young too.

Jrue Holiday - 20 (2nd youngest in NBA)
Evan Turner - 22
Thaddeus Young - 22
Spencer Hawes - 22
Craig Brackins - 23
Jodie Meeks - 23
Marreese Speights - 24
Lou Williams - 24

Got a lot of young talent here.

Unlike the Wolves and the Clipps we still don't have a go to scorer or a quality big. We may have more youth than some others but we certainly don't have more talent.

cubswin25
03-04-2011, 01:15 AM
The Bulls and Clippers would be my picks. The Bulls have Rose, Noah, and Deng at 25 or younger. While the Clippers have guys like Blake Griffin and Eric Gordon. A lot of teams have good young talent, but only few have a superstar and other allstar level guys as well.

ohreally
03-04-2011, 01:15 AM
Nuggets are the deepest team with lots of good young talent. Clips and Thunder if individual talent is what you're looking for. Sixers, Kings, Wizards, Golden State, Grizzlies, Timberwolves

raidersrock99
03-04-2011, 01:28 AM
Sacramento kings, if not now then next year when they add another high pick to the roster. Cousins, Casspi, Tyreke, Marcus Thornton + pick.

thompson, and jermaine taylor too.

blastmasta26
03-04-2011, 01:32 AM
I say Clips. Gordon, Griffin, Aminu, Jordan. I think that's the best young group after OKC. Minny has another strong core, but I would prefer the Clips.

jeter4president
03-04-2011, 01:47 AM
How young do you want it? Essentially the entire league except for the Lakers and Celtics is young. The answer is probably like Miami, all three of them are under 28. You could make a case for Miami, okc, Chicago, Utah, Philly, golden state, Minnesota, and 5 other teams.

OaklandsFinest
03-04-2011, 02:05 AM
CLIPS!!!! That team is going to be BONKERS in the next year or so just watch! They have a young core that will be a starting 5 next year. Bledsoe, Gordon, Aminu, Griffin, and Jordan if they keep this team together in 2 years its going to be a Clippers vs Thunder WCF. I love Philly's line up with Iggy and Holiday, with Young, and Speights but not nearly as effective. Watch minnesota with that Johnson, Love, Randolph trio! Randolph given time to play will beast! I am so mad the Warriors traded him..

FutureGM
03-04-2011, 02:50 AM
I think the Clippers have the most proven young talent and are on their way to becoming OKC next season.

Minnisota has a lot of prospects as well. Just don't know if they are as polished as the Clippers.

billy17
03-04-2011, 02:51 AM
Tyreke
Demarcus
Thornton
Casspi
Thompson
Greene
Taylor
Jeter
Whiteside
2011 Top 5 pick

All the Kings are is young talent, that's they're problem

mttwlsn16
03-04-2011, 03:06 AM
clippers hands down. eric gordon, blake griffin, deandre jordan, al farouq aminu, eric baledsoe, all sub 24 yrs old

mttwlsn16
03-04-2011, 03:06 AM
I think the Clippers have the most proven young talent and are on their way to becoming OKC next season.

Minnisota has a lot of prospects as well. Just don't know if they are as polished as the Clippers.

this (bold part)

Mplsman
03-04-2011, 07:54 AM
Wolves and Clipps

rhino17
03-04-2011, 07:58 AM
Just because they are young does not mean they are talented, so that disqualifies the Kings and the Wolves, they are very young teams, but they also have a ton of crappy young player.

I'll go with the Clippers just cause of Griffin and Gordon

magichatnumber9
03-04-2011, 08:34 AM
Denver has themselves a stacked team for years to come. Play there card right and they could be NBA champions in like 3 years

The Jokemaker
03-04-2011, 08:47 AM
Is has to be a joke thread? OKC isn't even the most talented young team. It is clearly the Grizzlies and it is not even close. Again, you people need to check the standings. If we win on saturday against Hornets, we jumped to the 6th seed. We have a great shot at 5th seed or possibly surpassing OKC in the standings for homecourt advantage and get that 4th seed by playoffs.

Rudy Gay 24 years old
Mike Conley 23 years old
Darrell Arthur 23 years old
OJ Mayo 23 years
Sam Young 24 years old
Marc Gasol 24 years old
Xavier Henry 20 years old
etc

All the teams listed are teams that have potential but have terrible records. Grizzlies are the 2nd youngest team in the league age wise, and are actually a playoff team


http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/standings

Finally a guy who knows what he's talkin about. It's the Grizzlies by far. And don't forget Rudy Gay either who is only 24.

mosesedan
03-04-2011, 09:34 AM
nuggetss

wesbeasflynn
03-04-2011, 10:26 AM
T-WOLVES

K.Love 22 yrs
M.Beasley 22yrs
R.Rubio 20 yrs
A.Randolph 21 yrs
W.Johnson 23 yrs
J.Flynn 21 yrs
Plus 4 or 5 1st rd picks next two years

allSUAVE
03-04-2011, 10:50 AM
Clippers or Wolves

raidersrock99
03-04-2011, 12:15 PM
Just because they are young does not mean they are talented, so that disqualifies the Kings and the Wolves, they are very young teams, but they also have a ton of crappy young player.

I'll go with the Clippers just cause of Griffin and Gordon

im pretty sure cousins,evans,thorton, even thompson are at least talented if they had a good coach the kings wouldnt be good,but they would suck this bad.

DaBUU
03-04-2011, 12:23 PM
Nuggets are now stacked, im liking this new team of theirs

Rex-Raptorz
03-04-2011, 12:26 PM
T-WOLVES

K.Love 22 yrs
M.Beasley 22yrs
R.Rubio 20 yrs
A.Randolph 21 yrs
W.Johnson 23 yrs
J.Flynn 21 yrs
Plus 4 or 5 1st rd picks next two years
:clap:
Nuff said can't even argue and i'm a Raps fan!!!:cry:

johnnychan
03-04-2011, 12:43 PM
Wolves

BranWingss
03-04-2011, 01:26 PM
One of Denver, Los Angeles or Minnesota.

Klivlend
03-04-2011, 02:00 PM
Sac-Town Kings. I officialy jumped on the band wagon during the offseason. It's been a challenging season, but I'm making it. I'm gonna ride this out at least one more year. I like their core of Evans, Casspi and Cousins. I think Jason Thompson can be good and Donte Green will learn how to use his length and be a match-up nightmare. Go Kings!

alencp3
03-04-2011, 02:05 PM
Clippers Clippers Clippers

The Jokemaker
03-04-2011, 02:06 PM
:clap:
Nuff said can't even argue and i'm a Raps fan!!!:cry:

Flynn is in the d-league, Randolph couldn't get PT with the Knicks, Rubio has yet to even play in the NBA and could be a colossal bust. So I don't think handclapping was necessary.

HOZ THE KNICK
03-04-2011, 02:11 PM
nuggets clippers

lilojmayo
03-08-2011, 01:30 AM
Finally a guy who knows what he's talkin about. It's the Grizzlies by far. And don't forget Rudy Gay either who is only 24.


Grizzlies just beat the Thunder tonight without Rudy Gay. Up by 18 points during the 2nd half, before Thunder made a little bit of a run. It is time and wake up people and stop being delusional.

Grizzlies are by far the best young team in the league.

Thunder

Durant
Westbrook
Harden
Ibaka

That's their team it runs 4 deep.



Grizzlies

Gay
Mayo
Conley
Gasol
Arthur
Young
Haddadi
Henry
Vasquez

and we have savy vets

Zbo
Tony Allen ( best individual defender in the league)
Shane Battier ( Mr Intangible)
Jason Williams
Leone Powe

Our depth Chart

First team:

PG: Mike Conley
SG: Tony Allen
SF: Rudy Gay
PF: Zach Randolph
C: Marc Gasol

2nd team

PG: Jason Williams
SG: OJ Mayo
SF: Shane Battier
PF: Leone Powe
C: Darrell Arthur


We run 10 deep

asandhu23
03-08-2011, 02:48 AM
Warriors used to have the young talent... Clippers got that now.

Swashcuff
03-08-2011, 10:28 AM
Grizzlies just beat the Thunder tonight without Rudy Gay. Up by 18 points during the 2nd half, before Thunder made a little bit of a run. It is time and wake up people and stop being delusional.

Grizzlies are by far the best young team in the league.

Thunder

Durant
Westbrook
Harden
Ibaka

That's their team it runs 4 deep.



Grizzlies

Gay
Mayo
Conley
Gasol
Arthur
Young
Haddadi
Henry
Vasquez

and we have savy vets

Zbo
Tony Allen ( best individual defender in the league)
Shane Battier ( Mr Intangible)
Jason Williams
Leone Powe

Our depth Chart

First team:

PG: Mike Conley
SG: Tony Allen
SF: Rudy Gay
PF: Zach Randolph
C: Marc Gasol

2nd team

PG: Jason Williams
SG: OJ Mayo
SF: Shane Battier
PF: Leone Powe
C: Darrell Arthur


We run 10 deep

This has to be the most biased post I've ever seen in all my time posting here. Wow!!! You are really a homer. I'll guess that you are the same poster from real.gm and if that's fact then I know exactly what to expect.

You just call Tony Allen the best individual defender in the league. :facepalm: There is a difference between perimeter defense and individual defense. Even so Andre Iguodala is still better and plays more meaningful time that Tony Allen. Allen is fantastic but you are overrating your team's player without even watching others.

Canes0097
03-08-2011, 10:48 AM
The HEAT hands down!

Howard
Magloire
House
Bibby
Big-z

Thats a lot of young talent!

Knickrocketsfan
03-08-2011, 11:00 AM
rockets. Is it even a question

Jetsguy
03-08-2011, 11:12 AM
Man where the hell was all this Nuggets love when 4 or 5 of those young soon to be champion deepest team in the NBA love when those players were on the Kicks and overrated and terrible?

mttwlsn16
03-08-2011, 11:35 AM
Clippers
Blake
EJ
Aminu
Bledsoe
DJ
All 23 and under

Dee_Edge
03-08-2011, 11:49 AM
Houston Rockets

Chase Budinger F 6-7 218 05/22/1988 Arizona 1
DeMarre Carroll F 6-8 212 07/27/1986 Missouri 1
Goran Dragic G 6-3 190 05/06/1986 Ljubljana, Slovenia 2
Jordan Hill C-F 6-10 235 07/27/1987 Arizona 1
Courtney Lee G 6-5 200 10/03/1985 Western Kentucky 2
Patrick Patterson F 6-9 235 03/14/1989 Kentucky R
Hasheem Thabeet C 7-3 263 02/16/1987 Connecticut 1
Terrence Williams G-F 6-6 220 06/28/1987 Louisville 1

Swashcuff
03-08-2011, 11:51 AM
The Clippers are the only young team outside of OKC with a budding superstar (Blake could in all likeliness become one within the next couple seasons) and a legit #2 option (which could develop into a 1A, 1B type scenario). Coupled with that up and coming talent in Deandre Jordan (already one of the better defensive Cs in the NBA) and two promising rookies in Eric Bledsoe and Al-Farouq Aminu.

They may not have the quantity of young talent as other teams may have but the certainly have most quality of any of their peers.

Blake and Gordon>>>> any pair of players that any other young team not name Thunder can currently put on the floor.

Swashcuff
03-08-2011, 11:53 AM
Houston Rockets

Chase Budinger F 6-7 218 05/22/1988 Arizona 1
DeMarre Carroll F 6-8 212 07/27/1986 Missouri 1
Goran Dragic G 6-3 190 05/06/1986 Ljubljana, Slovenia 2
Jordan Hill C-F 6-10 235 07/27/1987 Arizona 1
Courtney Lee G 6-5 200 10/03/1985 Western Kentucky 2
Patrick Patterson F 6-9 235 03/14/1989 Kentucky R
Hasheem Thabeet C 7-3 263 02/16/1987 Connecticut 1
Terrence Williams G-F 6-6 220 06/28/1987 Louisville 1

DeMarre Carrol, Goran Dragic and Courtney Lee can not longer be considered as YOUNG TALENT bro.

The Jokemaker
03-08-2011, 11:55 AM
This has to be the most biased post I've ever seen in all my time posting here. Wow!!! You are really a homer. I'll guess that you are the same poster from real.gm and if that's fact then I know exactly what to expect.

You just call Tony Allen the best individual defender in the league. :facepalm: There is a difference between perimeter defense and individual defense. Even so Andre Iguodala is still better and plays more meaningful time that Tony Allen. Allen is fantastic but you are overrating your team's player without even watching others.

His post was also the most correct of any posts in this thread. I really don't get the lack of love here but then again ESPN hasn't been highlighting every little thing they do like they have with the Clips and Griffin. Rudy Gay is a rising star, Conley is a very good PG, OJ mayo is a very good SG, and Gasol is a very good C. All young players and better yet, actually winning.

allSUAVE
03-08-2011, 12:07 PM
Clippers hands down not even CLOSSEE!!!!!!

KnicksorBust
03-08-2011, 12:14 PM
The Clippers are the only young team outside of OKC with a budding superstar (Blake could in all likeliness become one within the next couple seasons) and a legit #2 option (which could develop into a 1A, 1B type scenario). Coupled with that up and coming talent in Deandre Jordan (already one of the better defensive Cs in the NBA) and two promising rookies in Eric Bledsoe and Al-Farouq Aminu.

They may not have the quantity of young talent as other teams may have but the certainly have most quality of any of their peers.

Blake and Gordon>>>> any pair of players that any other young team not name Thunder can currently put on the floor.

This. It's fun to point out all the young decent players out there but let's be serious, those two guys are studs. The only other team I think is close is the Kings with Tyreke Evans and Demarcus Cousins.

ackar
03-08-2011, 12:15 PM
Bulls, Clippers & Thunder.

Swashcuff
03-08-2011, 12:17 PM
His post was also the most correct of any posts in this thread. I really don't get the lack of love here but then again ESPN hasn't been highlighting every little thing they do like they have with the Clips and Griffin. Rudy Gay is a rising star, Conley is a very good PG, OJ mayo is a very good SG, and Gasol is a very good C. All young players and better yet, actually winning.

Really?

Marc Gasol is 26 years old and Hamed Haddadi and Sam Young will be before season's end, they are all older than Dwight Howard, and barely younger than LeBron James so they are automatically ruled out. 26 year olds are considered seasoned players not "young talent". Hamed Haddadi shouldn't be anywhere near this thread since he isn't on the level of other young talented players.

The only guys who hold any merit in the discussion of YOUNG TALENT on the Memphis Grizzlies are Rudy Gay, Mike Conley, Ish Smith, OJ Mayo (only player with superstar talent), Darrel Aurthur and Xavier Henry.

3 of those players are starting calibre Conley isn't even considered as a top 5 "young" PG.

He also neglected to make mention of Deaquan Cook, Cole Aldrich and Eric Maynor when speaking of the Thunder. All younger and more talented than the Grizzlies so called young talent in Haddadi.

The Thunder and Clippers both have more star power (3 of the top 4 players have already been all stars) and better young players than the Grizzlies. I'll also put the Timberwolves ahead of your Grizzlies as well.

Muttman73
03-08-2011, 12:24 PM
Bulls, 3/5 starters are still very young

topdog
03-08-2011, 12:42 PM
I'm gonna throw something out there... Rockets? Lee, Buddinger, Hill, Lowry, Dragic, Patterson, Williams and Thabeet

I also like of course the Clippers and my Wolves with an emerging Wes Johnson and an unleashed AR :D

(I guess that Rockets thing was already thrown out there, but worth a thought)

Chi StateOfMind
03-08-2011, 12:53 PM
1.Clippers
2.Grizlies
3.Bulls
4.Wolves
5.Sacramento

Knickrocketsfan
03-08-2011, 12:53 PM
DeMarre Carrol, Goran Dragic and Courtney Lee can not longer be considered as YOUNG TALENT bro.

then why is the OP saying besides the thunder? yea thought so

Swashcuff
03-08-2011, 12:55 PM
then why is the OP saying besides the thunder? yea thought so

:confused:

Knickrocketsfan
03-09-2011, 08:19 AM
:confused:

if you said the rockets players cant be considered young talent n e more, then durant ibaka, westbrook and harden can no longer be consider as well.

Swashcuff
03-09-2011, 08:29 AM
if you said the rockets players cant be considered young talent n e more, then durant ibaka, westbrook and harden can no longer be consider as well.

Durant and Westbrook are 2 years younger that Carrol and Dragic and 3 years younger than Lee. Ibaka and Harden are a year younger than Durant and Westbrook.

Your "young" talent are bordering being considered as young and talented and leaning towards being considered season basketball players. DeMarre Carrol also has no place in this discussion. If he is to be considered then so should BJ Mullens for the Thunder.

Knickrocketsfan
03-09-2011, 01:02 PM
Durant and Westbrook are 2 years younger that Carrol and Dragic and 3 years younger than Lee. Ibaka and Harden are a year younger than Durant and Westbrook.

Your "young" talent are bordering being considered as young and talented and leaning towards being considered season basketball players. DeMarre Carrol also has no place in this discussion. If he is to be considered then so should BJ Mullens for the Thunder.

it has little to do with there actual ages, rather it has to do with their nba experience

lilojmayo
05-01-2011, 04:22 PM
Finally a guy who knows what he's talkin about. It's the Grizzlies by far. And don't forget Rudy Gay either who is only 24.

the bandwagoners are already coming on board. However, let's welcome all with open arms