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  1. #1
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    Jared Sullinger potential?

    Watching some games of him this season has really impressed me!

    The guy looks fat and slow but it seems like he can find a way to score against anyone with sweet post moves and 3 point range.

    He is currently averaging 14/7 shooting 47% from the floor.

    What do you guys think his future looks like?

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    Probably an Injury.
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    He was a lock for a top 10 pick, possibly top 5, until a doctor red-flagged his back.

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    Off topic, but I actually went to middle school with Jared and Trey haha

  5. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyRealist View Post
    He was a lock for a top 10 pick, possibly top 5, until a doctor red-flagged his back.
    He was supposed to be #2 but decided to go back to school for some reason and it cost him.

    Same with Smart and how he was probably #1 but went back (though he'll still be top 5-10 this year unless he gets injured).

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    17 and 9 in his prime (a range of a few years) if he stays healthy.

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    Paul Milisap

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    Paul Millsap


    Quote Originally Posted by Inside Hoops member, 2009
    If your team picks him in the top 10, the GM should be fired. Every year there are comparable talents to Steph who go undrafted. He is not worth a first round pick, let alone a lottery pick.

  9. #9
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    A not as good Kevin love

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    reminds me alot of z-bo

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    Best case: he drops 22 lbs of fat and gains 12 lbs of muscle - giving him another 1.5" of vertical, then he'll be an 18-10 guy, and fit into the back end of the top 1/4 of PF's in the NBA.

    Most likely: drops 5 lbs of fat, doesn't add any vertical, has a 3-4 year prime of 16.5/9

    worst case: he gets hurt (ACL/MCL) and loses most of his meager vertical, and is a 14/7 player getting a lot of shots blocked, and stationary on D - and his career would be over before he turns 30 (just look at 6' 10" guys that weigh in his range after a knee injury)
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    poor mans kevin love. good thing.

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    dont see much similarity between him and millsap..

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    20/10 guy in the next yr or 2 easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungOne View Post
    dont see much similarity between him and millsap..
    same

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