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  1. #61
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    A guy I'd look at if we some how traded for a late 1st is Jordan Nwora. Would be a nice piece for depth at SF.

  2. #62
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    Tyrese Haliburton actually would not be a bad pick

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    https://twitter.com/euroleague/statu...272637440?s=21


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  4. #64
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    Deni has star potential but could he fit the Bulls mold

  5. #65
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    I got my pet cats:

    Precious Achiuwa --- just me but reminds me of Deng coming out. Deng really couldn't shoot or dribble (looked awkward)

    Issac Okoro--- probably too small and doesnt have the wing span either to play SF but hes a pit bull. Also doesnt have a jump shot right now.

    Cassius Stanley--- freak athlete. just a trade back player here. bulls are 50/50 with pure athletes. missed on thomas, hit on rose.

    Vernon Carey-- people doing mock are saying this cat doesnt have any range. Uh thats all he was in high school. Duke is asking him to play inside and hes doing it well. When was the last time an inside out stretch player was a bad thing? Is he going to camp out and make 5 treys a game? nope but if you use him that way (like lauri) you're a moron.

    Honorable mention: Cole Anthony. but that size though (breathes in).

    Haliburton. everything sounds too good to be true plus looking like he wont be there at 10 or wherever we draft.

    Killian Hayes. again its betting on the athlete to become a player

  6. #66
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    Stanley looks like he could be the best fit

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    https://twitter.com/bleacherreport/s...006365184?s=21


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    https://twitter.com/br_cbb/status/12...460379137?s=21


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stunner View Post
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    I know it's just a dunk, but there's some legitimately exciting flashes from this kid. He may take a few years to get there since his shot is pretty inconsistent, but he is capable of being a high level two way player if he figures it out.

  10. #70
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    Obi Toppin as a Bull...yeah sure it could happen but then again it all comes down to where the Bulls fall in the lottery

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    Really coming around on Toppin. Can he play the 3?

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  12. #72
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    But also been watching a lot of tape lately on YouTube as far as certain mock drafts people are doing and as far as the Bulls pick...every time they have the Bulls picking Isaac Okoro

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    2020 Draft Thread

    Toppin defense is very meh but offensively heíll do well in the league Iím more on Okoro


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  14. #74
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    Exactly which is why from the videos that I have watched for mocks...probably best to draft Okoro especially at this point

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    Deni Avdija looks interesting. The highlights are limited, but he has a translatable skill set with a high level shot, decent vision, good ball handler for a big man (6'9, 215), tries defensively, and his game is very efficient. Really young too (19). I guess the biggest concern is the level of competition. Israeli league isn't a top international league and I can't think of too many Israeli players that have had standout NBA careers.

    Anyway, he should be in the Bulls pick range, so worth considering.

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