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MygirlhatesCod
07-26-2018, 03:24 PM
I started looking at draft history by team and both Sacramento and New York stood out in a bad way. Try and piece together the best lineup from both. I went all the way back to 87 for both teams. my selections are as follows:

Mark Jackson
Rod Strickland
Trevor Ariza
David Lee
K. Porzingis

VS

Kenny Smith
Vinny Del Negro
Hedo Turkoglu
Peja Stojakovic
DMC

I'm truly stuck on who would win.

The rest of each teams selections are below. the question is which team wins and is there another team with a worse draft history?




NY KNICKS
1987 1 18 Mark Jackson PG 1987 2 25 Ron Moore C
1988 1 19 Rod Stricklandx PG 1988 2 37 Greg Butler United States C Stanford
1989 2 50 Brian Quinnett PF 1990 1 17 Jerrod Mustaf PF/C
1991 1 12 Greg Anthony PG 1992 1 20 Hubert Davis SG
1994 1 24 Monty Williams SF 1994 1 26 Charlie Ward PG
1996 1 18 John Wallace SF 1996 1 19 Walter McCarty PF
1996 1 21 Dontae' Jones PF 1997 1 25 John Thomas C
1998 2 38 DeMarco Johnson PF 1998 2 44 Sean Marks F/C
1999 1 15 Frédéric Weis C 1999 2 46 J. R. Koch F
2000 1 22 Donnell Harvey SF 2000 2 39 Lavor Postell SG
2001 2 38 Michael Wright PF 2001 2 42 Eric Chenowith C
2002 1 7 Nenê PF/C 2002 2 36 Miloš Vujanić PG
2003 1 9 Michael Sweetney PF 2003 2 30 Maciej Lampe F/C
2003 2 39 Slavko Vraneš C 2004 2 44 Trevor Ariza SF
2005 1 8 Channing Frye PF/C 2005 1 30 David Lee+ PF/C
2005 2 54 Dijon Thompson SG/SF 2006 1 20 Renaldo Balkman SF/PF
2006 1 29 Mardy Collins PG/SG 2007 1 23 Wilson Chandler SF
2008 1 6 Danilo Gallinari SF 2009 1 8 Jordan Hill PF
2010 2 38 Andy Rautins SG 2010 2 39 Landry Fields SG
2011 1 17 Iman Shumpert SG/PG 2012 2 48 Kostas Papanikolaou PF
2013 1 24 Tim Hardaway, Jr. G 2014 2 34 Cleanthony Early SF
2014 2 51 Thanasis Antetokounmpo SF 2015 1 4 Kristaps Porziņģis C
2017 1 8 Frank Ntilikina PG 2017 2 44 Damyean Dotson SG
2017 2 58 Ognjen Jaramaz PG 2018 1 9 Kevin Knox SF
2018 2 36 Mitchell Robinson

SACRAMENTO KINGS

2018 NBA 1 2 Marvin Bagley 2018 NBA 2 37 Gary Trent Jr.
2017 NBA 1 5 De'Aaron Fox 2017 NBA 1 10 Zach Collins
2017 NBA 2 34 Frank Mason III 2016 NBA 1 8 Marquese Chriss
2016 NBA 2 59 Isaiah Cousins 2015 NBA 1 6 Willie Cauley-Stein
2014 NBA 1 8 Nik Stauskas 2013 NBA 1 7 Ben McLemore
2013 NBA 2 36 Ray McCallum Jr. 2012 NBA 1 5 Thomas Robinson
2012 NBA 2 36 Orlando Johnson 2011 NBA 1 7 Bismack Biyombo
2011 NBA 2 35 Tyler Honeycutt 2011 NBA 2 60 Isaiah Thomas
2010 NBA 1 5 DeMarcus Cousins 2010 NBA 2 33 Hassan Whiteside
2009 NBA 1 4 Tyreke Evans 2009 NBA 1 23 Omri Casspi
2008 NBA 1 12 Jason Thompson 2008 NBA 2 42 Sean Singletary
2008 NBA 2 43 Patrick Ewing Jr. 2007 NBA 1 10 Spencer Hawes
2006 NBA 1 19 Quincy Douby 2005 NBA 1 23 Francisco Garcia
2004 NBA 1 26 Kevin Martin 2002 NBA 1 28 Dan Dickau
2002 NBA 2 57 Corsley Edwards 2001 NBA 1 25 Gerald Wallace
2000 NBA 1 16 Hedo Turkoglu 1999 NBA 2 45 Ryan Robertson
1998 NBA 1 7 Jason Williams 1998 NBA 2 36 Jerome James
1997 NBA 1 11 Tariq Abdul-Wahad 1997 NBA 2 39 Anthony Johnson
1996 NBA 1 14 Peja Stojakovic 1996 NBA 2 41 Jason Sasser
1995 NBA 1 13 Corliss Williamson 1995 NBA 2 47 Tyus Edney
1995 NBA 2 51 Dejan Bodiroga 1994 NBA 1 8 Brian Grant
1994 NBA 2 35 Michael Smith 1994 NBA 2 51 Lawrence Funderburke
1993 NBA 1 7 Bobby Hurley 1993 NBA 2 31 Evers Burns
1993 NBA 2 44 Alex Holcombe 1993 NBA 2 52 Mike Peplowski
1992 NBA 1 7 Walt Williams 1991 NBA 1 3 Billy Owens
1991 NBA 1 27 Pete Chilcutt 1991 NBA 2 31 Randy Brown
1990 NBA 1 7 Lionel Simmons 1990 NBA 1 14 Travis Mays
1990 NBA 1 18 Duane Causwell 1990 NBA 1 23 Anthony Bonner
1990 NBA 2 40 Bimbo Coles 1989 NBA 1 1 Pervis Ellison
1988 NBA 1 18 Ricky Berry 1988 NBA 2 29 Vinny Del Negro
1987 NBA 1 6 Kenny Smith

mightybosstone
07-26-2018, 03:39 PM
The Rockets draft history since Olajuwon in 84 is actually really, really bad. The most notable guys they've drafted since then are Robert Horry, Sam Cassell, Cuttino Mobley, Richard Jefferson, Yao Ming, Rudy Gay, Nicolas Batum, Chandler Parsons and Clint Capela. And of those guys, Jefferson, Gay and Batum were all traded on draft night. And Yao is the only one who played for them for more than 3-4 seasons max.

A big part of that, though, is that they've only had three top 10 picks since Hakeem. And they've drafted some really solid role players in that time, but very few All-Star caliber players.

MygirlhatesCod
07-26-2018, 03:49 PM
The Rockets draft history since Olajuwon in 84 is actually really, really bad. The most notable guys they've drafted since then are Robert Horry, Sam Cassell, Cuttino Mobley, Richard Jefferson, Yao Ming, Rudy Gay, Nicolas Batum, Chandler Parsons and Clint Capela. And of those guys, Jefferson, Gay and Batum were all traded on draft night. And Yao is the only one who played for them for more than 3-4 seasons max.

A big part of that, though, is that they've only had three top 10 picks since Hakeem. And they've drafted some really solid role players in that time, but very few All-Star caliber players.

I didn't look at Houston yet. but yeah....they are right on that same line. only 3 top 10's in that span is crazy! there might be a three way here.

JAZZNC
07-27-2018, 03:28 AM
Deron Williams
Donovan Mitchell
Gordon Hayward
Paul Millsap
Rudy Gobert

6th-AK47

I dunno if this team is a guaranteed loss for either of those 2 teams.

It's not been a great draft history but had a TON of low picks. And also only 3 top 10 picks and one of them was traded to us and one was picks #9.

But I'd say NY wins that matchup.
The backcourt us better for NY and all the other positions are fairly equal to me.

LOb0
07-27-2018, 04:38 AM
The Rockets draft history since Olajuwon in 84 is actually really, really bad. The most notable guys they've drafted since then are Robert Horry, Sam Cassell, Cuttino Mobley, Richard Jefferson, Yao Ming, Rudy Gay, Nicolas Batum, Chandler Parsons and Clint Capela. And of those guys, Jefferson, Gay and Batum were all traded on draft night. And Yao is the only one who played for them for more than 3-4 seasons max.

A big part of that, though, is that they've only had three top 10 picks since Hakeem. And they've drafted some really solid role players in that time, but very few All-Star caliber players.

Houston always seems to be a threat or in the mix despite rarely totally resetting. They always seem to just get ***** done. I really thought that getting Ron Artest made them a legit contender. Then T-mac's body died. Been a lot of bad luck, and it continued this past post season. Love the Rockets.

MygirlhatesCod
07-27-2018, 07:28 AM
Deron Williams
Donovan Mitchell
Gordon Hayward
Paul Millsap
Rudy Gobert

6th-AK47

I dunno if this team is a guaranteed loss for either of those 2 teams.

It's not been a great draft history but had a TON of low picks. And also only 3 top 10 picks and one of them was traded to us and one was picks #9.

But I'd say NY wins that matchup.
The backcourt us better for NY and all the other positions are fairly equal to me.

all in their primes I take Utah. I was looking and I completely forgot Dominique wilkins got drafted by the jazz and forced a trade. the lineup of Stockton, Malone, and Wilkins would have been a monster.

ewing
07-27-2018, 09:07 AM
A bunch better knick team would be:

Mark Jackson
Tim Hardaway JR (Mark and Rod can't share the floor, they are both very ball dominate and neither was a jump shooter)
Danillo
KP
Nene

MygirlhatesCod
07-27-2018, 09:40 AM
A bunch better knick team would be:

Mark Jackson
Tim Hardaway JR (Mark and Rod can't share the floor, they are both very ball dominate and neither was a jump shooter)
Danillo
KP
Nene

I was thinking the same thing but its worked for Houston. not that they are the same type of players but them both being ball dominate. the D lee change for Nene is intriguing.