The odds are just 3.55%, but let’s explore the hypothetical – tonight, on ESPN, between 8 and 8:30 EST, we find out that the Toronto Raptors have, indeed, won the NBA’s Draft Lottery and will select first overall in the 2012 NBA Entry Draft.

Yes, the odds are slim, but it’s not like we have much else to talk about, and 3.55% is a heck of a lot higher than 0%, so it’s worth exploring. So…the Raptors now have the #1 pick come June 28.

Congratulations, folks, we now have just selected Anthony Davis first overall out of Kentucky.

This is absolutely cause for celebration.

After a whirlwind two nights of partying and celebrating, it’s now June 30. Free agency begins tomorrow, and we’ve had to scrap our offseason plan because we didn’t think there was anyway we’d be so blessed as to get The Unibrow in black and red. So where do we go from here to put a competitive team around our newly-found dynamic frontcourt duo? What does our roster look like?

PG SG SF PF C
Starter Jose Calderon DeMar DeRozan Linas Kleiza Andrea Bargnani Jonas Valanciunas
Salary (M) 10.6 3.3 4.6 10 3.3
Back Up Jerryd Bayless Gary Forbes James Johnson Anthony Davis Amir Johnson
Salary 4.2 1.5 2.8 5.1 6
3rd String Ed Davis Solomon Alabi
Salary 2.2 0.9
Our FAs Ben Uzoh Alan Anderson Aaron Gray
Jamaal Magloire
*Bayless’ amount is his qualifying offer
*Alabi’s amount is a team option
*Jonas’ and Davis’ amounts based on rookie wage scale
Total Salary 54.5
Salary Cap 58
Cap Space 3.5
2nd Round 0.8
MLE-under 2.5
MLE-over 5

Based on this breakdown, it’s obvious that the Raptors still need some wing help pretty desperately. Given the cap figures for the rookies, the Raptors have about 3.5M in cap space. They would also receive a 2.5M mid-level exception for teams under the cap (or 5M if they go over the cap before July 1, I think, though I’m not positive), per the new CBA, and they also have the 37th overall pick in the draft.

Since the NBA Gods already smiled on us once with the #1 overall pick, let’s also assume they allow PG Scott Machado to remain on the board at #37, thereby giving us our 3rd string point guard. Sensing no team will offer him a full mid-level, Bayless opts to sign his qualifying offer, play out the year, and become a UFA next season.

That leaves us with 2.7M to grab at least one difference-making wing player. Obviously, that’s not enough money. Our options then become:

1) Roll with DD, Forbes, JJ, and Kleiza. While it’s not flashy and wasn’t overly successful last year, the relative strengths elsewhere could overcome this weakness. You could also factor in (hopefully) some improved defense from DD and some further development from Forbes and JJ.

2) Amnesty Kleiza to make a run at a better SF. This would clear 4.6M off the books, giving the team 7.3M to spend under the cap, not quite enough to lure an RFA like Batum. Maybe this figure gets you a Jeff Green, but any deal with him is obviously heavy on health risk. You could also use the cash on a 2-guard, but that kind of cash has you more in the J.R. Smith range than the Eric Gordon/O.J. Mayo range.

3) Amnesty Amir to make a run at a wing. This clears slightly more cash (6M, giving 8.7M to spend), and also gets rid of the roster crunch at the big positions. That extra bit of cash available may help with luring one of the aforementioned RFAs.

4) Try to make a trade. I’d assume Amir would be the preferred trade bait, but it’s not clear exactly what is value would be, although maybe he’d be a decent consollation for a team sign-and-trading an RFA if we kicked in a future pick or that 2nd rounder? I don’t know, this is a complicated option, I guess, and Ed Davis may have more value in a trade due to his contract.

5) Play Bargs at the three. This couldn’t be a full time move as he’d be torched defensively by most other threes, but it would give the Raptors an imposing lineup for certain looks. Playing this big spreads out some of the minutes among the front-court players while also hiding the weakness at the wing. How feasible is it? I would assume Casey would be open to trying it for 2-3 minute stretches, especially against teams with non-scoring threes, but it doesn’t really solve the roster imbalance. It’d still be very interesting to see though.

6) Trade Bargs. Annnnd cue the arguments. I could explore, but this seems like an idea better saved as an article for AFTER (if) the Raptors win the lottery. What could you get for him? Do you have enough offensively without him? Can he play extended time at the three? Debate!

I’d probably roll with option #3, amnestying Amir and making a run at one of the RFA wings like Batum, Gordon, or Mayo, if a trade was too complicated or returned too little value. You’d also have the benefit of KNOWING they were going to sign with you before amnestying Amir (or Linas), so the risk is mitigated there in the sense that you’d only do it if you were positive of the signing (although the risk of the team matching the offer still exists). I know some won’t like losing a capable role player with strong peripheral statistics, but if Anthony Davis was brought into the picture, something would have to be done about the logjam there, and Amir has the most burdensome contract of the group.

Anyway, this was all hypothetical of course, so don’t put me through the ringer. I am very interested to hear, though, how you would all handle the roster moves for the rest of the summer if we win the lottery tonight.

  • Nilanka15

    If I’m Colangelo, I’m on the phone with 29 GMs asking what they would offer for Bargnani.  Depending on what kind of player he could fetch (are we talking Rudy Gay calibre players, or Marvin Williams calibre players?), I would seriously consider pulling the trigger. 

    The thoughts of a Davis and Valanciunas patrolling the paint is drool-worthy, and I’m sure Casey feels the same way.

  • Guest

    So you’re the Raptors. You win the Lottery and draft a franchise-changing big man in the mold of Kevin Garnett… and you have him backing up Andrea Bargnani? Seriously?! 

  • cesco

    Trading your best player before your two rookies have played even one NBA game would commit BC to a mental institution for the rest of his life . Of course there are a lot of mentally deficient posters here who have no fear of being committed and they will have a field day entertaining such an idea.

    • SitnonDfence

      Thank you for having some common sense. It blows my mind on how people think you trade a known becuase you have two young unknowns. Davis or Val could pull a Blake Griffin (injury first year) or just be awful, you never know. And as a GM im pretty sure you have to take another shot at Bargs after the clinic he put on pre injury.

      Not to mention, id rather see Davis earn the spot from Bargs and make him expendable than just assume he is.

      • cesco

        and you know what ‘assume’ translate to but a$$es are many here at RR .

        • j bean

          Why don’t you stick to the subject of bball. Your idiotic shots about “a lot of mentally deficient posters” just places you in that category.

          • Destro

            When he talks about best player on a 20 win team he basically steps on his own landmine…

        • thead

          does this make you feel better about yourself? 

      • sleepz

        The ‘known’ is knowing that you have evaluated this player (6 years, you know what he is) and he is not a franchise changing talent. In fact I would argue for a rebuilding team he is a luxury on a rookie scale wage and a detriment when you realize he has a multi year multi million dollar contract eating up cap-space.

        Go the rookie route. You might have some busts but at least you are not paying them a wage reserved for good to great players.

      • Destro

        So Davis has to earn the spot as opposed to been given it like AB in ur opinion ?

    • Nilanka15

      If for example, Colangelo trades his “best player” for someone like Gay, then he’d have a NEW best player, while simultaneously alleviating his gluttony of big men, and also filling an area of need (i.e. SF).  Sounds like a fantastic move for the Raptor organization, doesn’t it?

      Or is any Bargnani trade simply equivalent to Armageddon in your eyes?

      • cesco

        My point is that a GM worth his salt cannot assume that the trade of his best player with the unknown of two untested rookies is a gamble worth doing right away . After a year of seeing how the team improves ( they will for sure ) then he can start shopping around and not necessarily for Andrea as the bait .

        • Nilanka15

          Would you really be obtaining an accurate reading of Val or Davis if one of them is forced to play limited minutes off the bench?

          As a GM, there comes a time when you have to trust your own evaluation skills, and realize there is little doubt your rookies will become legit NBA players.

        • sleepz

          His “best” player won’t fetch much via trade. He’s stuck with him.

        • Destro

          HE can if that player is not a game changer or all star calibre like AB….

    • golden

      Sonics/Thunder traded their best player (Ray Allen) minutes before drafting Kevin Durant & Jeff Green.   If we’re lucky, BC can join Sam Presti in that mental institution.

    • sleepz

      The “best player” on this team is not saying much in regards to needing a real go-to-guy to move forward in this league.

      If those 2 rookies didn’t supplant his value and whatever positive influence he brings in short time I would be shocked. 

    • Moe

      Does it even matter though? If your “best player” doesn’t help your team win, then what good is he? 

      • Theswirsky

        don’t bring rational thought into this debate… it hurts brains

      • Raps4Ever

        Some call it “rational thought”, when it plays to an individual script, others call it simplistic babble:
        KD’s 1st year, 20 wins, 2nd year (w/ Westbrook) 23 wins. Should he have been dumped because he didn’t produce wins? Hey, simply responding to your statement,, as rational as it is to some, it’s simplistic.

        It takes a team of pieces that fit together to win games, not one person. The point y’all are jumping all over is the concept of keeping the best assets you have until you at least see what rookies are like against real men. Unloading best assets based on wishful hopes of rookies may keep you in perpetual re-build mode.

        • Moe

          “KD’s 1st year, 20 wins, 2nd year (w/ Westbrook) 23 wins”

          And KD’s 4th year, 5th year? Now Bargnani’s 4th year, 5th year, 6th year? And still not getting it done.

          • Raps4Ever

            Same conditions? Same players? The simplistic view isn’t any better when comparing apples and oranges.

            • Destro

              Whats simplistic about a big man needing 5 seasons to develop into a one dimensional talent not being enough for this team ?

              • Raps4Ever

                You have a tough time comprehending something outside your script, eh. No worries. Read some books and it will get better.

  • Truthkiller

    Listen man, if the Raptors win the lottery…. I don’t want/hear about Bargs being a good piece that can spread the floor blah blah with this Raptors squad. His time is up.

    • K.J.P

      We have cap room and space for all of these players to be on the same team!

    • Lorenzo

       Depends who we get tho.

  • Agrippa

    Can’t Bagnani be a killer sixth man? His offense would be better, while defense would be less of a liability, you throw him in for 20-25 minutes a game and let him jack up any shot he wanted?

  • CalgaryRapsFan

    If I’m BC and I just won the lottery, the first thing I’d do is send out a memo to the other 29 GMs and ask them to submit their best offers for the #1 pick.  First, I’m not entirely sold on Davis.  Second, and most importantly, I don’t think a GM would be doing his job if he didn’t at least check what he could potentially get for the #1 pick.  I’m not even saying I’d for sure trade it, but I’d at least test the trade waters.

    • Dc

      Stupidest post of the day goes to…..calgaryrapsfan. Good job.

      • LTDupside

        There’s nothing stupid about testing the waters for Davis.

        • Truthkiller

          Yeah there is.

    • Lorenzo

      The only way anyone should or would trade Davis is if Dwight Howard or Derrick Rose was being offered.

    • Truthkiller

      WOW O_o not sold on Davis. There is a huge drop off in the level of talent from #1 to #2, if you get Davis… your getting a bona fide STUD.

      • CalgaryRapsFan

        We’ll see.  His help defense was impressive during the NCAA tourny, but he was playing with 4 other great players who could more than hold their own defensively, giving him lots of leeway to take chances in order to make highlight reel blocks.  He’ll easily get pushed around by bigger/stronger PFs in the league and heaven forbid he grows another inch or two, to the point where he might be asked to shift to C.  Yes, his length should enable him to be an effective rebounder.  His offense is a work in progress at best.  Due to his late growth spurt, he plays with too much of a guard’s mentality for a PF and his post-up game is a work in progress (that’s a kind assessment).

        He may very well become a stud.  Or he could end up being the next Camby or Chandler – a great defensive anchor, average man defense and below average offensively.  They are fantastic players who were crucial to their team, but as a #1 overall pick, I think that ceiling could bring a lot of disappointment to fans of whatever team drafts him, hoping he’s their LeBron, Rose, Griffin, Wall or Irving.

        Look at the expectations this fanbase has heaped on the only player our franchise has ever drafted #1 overall, who wasn’t projected to be nearly the stud that Davis is being hyped to become!  lol

        I for one hope the Raptors get the #2 or #3 pick, so we have our choice of players excluding Davis!

        I very well may be proven wrong and I’m fine with that.  I just think Davis is much more raw and will take much more time to adjust to the NBA team than most.  He’s going to be a great NBA player, but I still think he’s overhyped and will have a hard time achieving the expectations that others have placed on him.

        • Destro

          Ummm Davis was the anchor and by far the best defender of that group….

    • Destro

      You really think thats how the process works dont cha…sending out memos to teams to give your best offers  don cha….

  • dribbles

    First reaction is to scream like a fucking maniac for somewhere between 5-10 minutes.

    As far as the roster goes, it’s more likely Davis could play the 3 in
    spot minutes than Bargs, but ultimately we’d be looking at a JV-Davis
    tandem as the future starting 5 and 4 for this team, and anyone who thinks otherwise is deluded beyond rescue. Unless the brass
    want Bargs, with that contract, coming off the bench as some 6th man
    scoring punch, Bargs will be traded. Maybe not right away, but probably by the trade deadline. I have no idea what the return
    would be there.

    You would need a scoring 3 in that kind of lineup, and I don’t think guys like Granger or Gay are realistic targets unless a 3rd team gets involved and either Bargs or the Raps’ 2013 unprotected 1st are included. I’m sure they’ll try and upgrade the 3 spot somehow. One of Ed or Amir will probably be moved also, but that was going to happen anyway. If they amnesty or deal Jose, I could see one of Dragic or Lin coming too (maybe Nash).

    Nice to dream…

    • cesco

      Well they had the twin towers ( JO and CB4 ) with a lot of experience ,
      all star and former all star status . What happened ? . The two rookies will have to do much better than these two and win tough games when Andrea is injured for example . It will take more than their rookie season for that to happen , if it happen .

    • CJT

      This is not a pro AB comment but rather a question on who you think would score the ball?  Davis and Davis are extremely raw offensively and cringe worthy when they go up.  Awesome defensively, but scary on offense.

      • Nilanka15

        The hope is that your go-to scorer is obtained via trade.

        • Lorenzo

          *Cough* Gay *Cough*

  • Agrippa

    Jason Terry gets ten mil, manu gets 12, odom got around 9,  who knows what harden gets when his contracts up, i feel like Bargnani could be lethal in that role.

    • dribbles

      Yes, but all those guys are (or were in Odom’s case) clearly the best players at their position on their team. They’re on the floor to close out games and most play upward of 30 minutes a night. The question is can you make that work here, and if both Bargs and Davis are best suited as 4s, why not look at trading Bargs to shore up another position of weakness like the SF if he has real value around the league?

      Anyway, no point in arguing an extreme hypothetical at this point. It would be a nice dilemma to have, that’s for sure.

  • Pete

    Win the lottery?  I would trade Barg for a late first round or second round pick if I have to.  Why is this even a discussion?  Bargs sucks period.

  • Ganja

    people are so dumb, bargnani would make an amazing 6th man, why would you trade him

  • TheR3dMenace

    Trade Andrea if we luck into the #1 A.Davis? Nonsense. That doesn’t mean he can’t be a traded later on, or simply have a diminished role in coming years.

  • 511

    Winning that first pick would create a problem that a lot of teams would luuvv to have but … it’d take a lot of careful thinking to handle properly. The Bargs we saw for those first dozen-plus games last year was ‘franchise’ or not far from it. Are we SO sure that he won’t be mostly that good for the next handful of years? I’m not. When he came back, trying for the playoffs was already pointless and that was reflected by a lot of what we saw, including (I dare say) what we saw from Bargs himself. Unless we were going to get a 3 that would be an absolute sure-fire second-best-player-(at least)-on-any-team (like Bargs will probably be), I’d keep him. Even then, whoever’d be coming back would have to be pretty goddam special for ME to pull the trigger.  

    The Raps have some good basketball minds all over this, I’m sure, but … the person I’d want to hear from the most — by a lot — before making any calls or plans for the future, is Dwane Casey. I’d really like to hear what he’s thinking about with all this, right now, if only we could. 

    Go ping-pong balls. Fingers crossed. Go Raps. !!!!! ! ! 

    • sleepz

      Why would you expect something special in return for a player that has been in the league six years already with nothing special attached to his accomplishments?

      What GM in their right mind would trade something special for a player that is a solid scorer but nothing more?

      Are you going to sell 12 good games he had as a career or even a season?

      Were all Raps fans but let’s be reasonable in our projections.

      • 511

        I don’t know that I’d *expect* something special in return but that’s what it’d take for ME to trade him. 

        It’s fine and well to repeat the ‘12 good games against six years’ argument … but I think it’s just too easy to throw that one out whenever the subject of Bargs comes up. And I also believe it *sounds* far stronger than what it really is. 

        We know some players take longer to get where they’re going … and Bargs looked — REALLY looked — like he was on his way to being the new poster boy for that very notion, before he went down with the calf injury. But now, so many are acting as if – or pretending – that those games where he showed up right from the get-go and played his ass off was a mirage of some sort. 

        Before the season started, I was as on-board as anyone with the idea that we’d have to trade Bargs once and for all for the team to move forward. But seeing for myself how he had improved his play, quite dramatically and consistently for those first dozen or so games, was enough for me to not be able to act as if he was the ‘same old Bargs’. Because he wasn’t. And I don’t believe it’s a stretch to imagine we can expect to see more of that high skill-level … and even commitment to defensive play. If we get only 80% of what we saw, from here-on out, he’s well worth keeping. Imo, anyway. 

        • Theswirsky

          “But now, so many are acting as if – or pretending – that those games where he showed up right from the get-go and played his ass off was a mirage of some sort”

          and the other side are acting like his following 18 were an aberration to his 350+ other games, and blame the injury rather than realizing they were the norm for his career.

          Bargnani’s first 13 games were good FOR HIM… they were not ‘franchise’ player material.  The ‘all-star’ talk was good for a chuckle while it lasted.  His rebounding and defense were still bad.  His offense was actually efficient, for a bit.  Then a ‘large sample’ size hit and he reverted to the norm.  The law of averages prevailed.

          Why must we pretend as if every coming year is going to be different?  3 years ago he was supposed to prove it, 2 years ago was supposed to be his chance to shine, last year was supposed to be his last chance.  And now here we are 2009 all over again.  What a suprise.

          As someone said above he’s a known commodity.  An inefficient jump shooter who shys away from contact.  He is what he is.  An overpayed bench player or a situational starter (if that situation includes Dwight Howard).

          Why would anyone want to stunt a potential franchise player so a 7ft Jamaal Crawford can get more playing time? 

          Never mind… this is the same fan group (and not necessarily you specifically) who at one point claimed Bosh was a franchise player, the best PF in the league and was going to resign even though a max contract offer was turned down twice.  Thought Demar Derozan was going to win the rookie of year award and be the next Kobe.  Blamed Glen Grunwald for Vince quitting. Overwhelmingly thought it was a good idea for the NBA to institute a salary cap and somehow one of the most profitable teams in the league who has problems signing FAs without overpaying would somehow benifit. 

          I should stop being suprised by Raptor fans……

          • 511

            That ‘shies away from contact’ story is more myth than anything else. Many games – many many games – I’d watch Bargnani wrestling and pushing and bumping hard with big and very strong 5s and 4s and could easily see that nobody on either team was gonna wake up the next day with more bruises than he would. So I don’t buy that one at all. 

            As for the hyping that a lot of fans get carried away with about certain players … well, mostly it’s just fans being fans, occasionally getting overexcited about what they think they see … and sometimes what they do actually see. But things don’t always pan out the way they … h o p e. 

            But that’s something that goes both ways, when you think about it. 

            • Theswirsky

              keep crossing your fingers and wishing on those stars.  Clearly its already working for you if you believe Bargnani is banging, bumping and pushing in “many, many games”

              Rose coloured beer goggles are a wonderful thing. 

              • 511

                well, swirsk … if you cleared the muck away from YOUR lenses every now and then, maybe you’d actually be able to see what’s going on out there. Because clearly, you don’t. 

                • Destro

                  Post the screen caps or videos where he is banging in the paint with other 4s and 5s…

                  I can post the same of him getting pushed out of the box by 4s and 5s,so you should be able to show me the same…

                  Ill be waiting… 

                • 511

                  blow it out yer ass, ya dumb shit. 

                • Destro

                  You’re right the the evidence doesnt exist cuz its not true…good boy

            • Destro

              No you didnt see him do that,stop lying sir…you saw him bumping and pushing bigs for rebounds ? the lies to protect AB arent even funny anymore…i at least laughed at the “Reggie stole his rebounds” bs

          • Raps4Ever

            You should stop, period, and find another team/pastime.

            • Destro

              Educating fans on the liabilities of a false hero is a noble trait….

              • Raps4Ever

                Professing to be a hero educator isn’t.

        • sleepz

          A player can go on a tear for a little while and then cool out. Andrea played well offensively but he was still average to below average defensively for that stretch.

          J. Lin lit up the league for a month this year. I don’t think anyone is expecting him to come back and play at that level consistently next year and no one speaks about this month of elevated play like this is to be the norm for him going forward. Just an example but I’m tired of the waiting for the blossoming of #7 when the bloom is already off the rose.

          • 511

            Bloom might be off your rose. That doesn’t mean Bargs can’t or won’t be a solid contributor to (h o p e fully) very good Raptors team in the future. 

  • BCStefanskiCaseyGots2Go!!!

    Not even going to happen in Stern’s controlled scripted Lottery draw- the NBA is all about STORYLINES do the 2006 draft math…….

    I bet the Raptors fall a spot or 2- time will tell.

  • voy

    obviously you dont trade bargs until jv and a.davis have proven they’re the real deal. 

    secondly, I think you break in the two rooks.  none of this 30 minutes from game one and the starter’s role business.  even if they exceed expectations in practise, make them earn their stripes. 

    lastly, if jv and a.davis prove to be legit, there is no room for bargs on the team (and I am a bargs fan).  there can’t even be an argument regarding this.  you cant, cant, cant have a front line of jv, ad, and ab.  you trade bargs, the season after this upcoming one, for a young, athletic 2 or 3 who can shoot and create his own shot off the bounce.  You trade bargs because he has the talent to play 30+ min a game and there will be more demand for him than any other big we have.  whats the use of keeping bargs on the team and having him play 25 minutes a game?  trade him for a need.

    • Were getting the 8th

      agree 100%. Caseys not the type of coach to just hand players minutes especially over proven (leading scorer) starters- thats just a fact regardless of how much some of you may dislike AB.

      Why not leave leave all three for a half a season or more. Ease JV and Davis into their roles, make them earn it, feel out how good they are and can be, and then see if trading your best and really only scorer is a good idea then.

    • Destro

      The two things are separate of each other….you trade bargs if you get something decent back….

      You dont hold back a No 1 pick who has all the traits to be a dominant player,because of guy who had a good 13 game stretch in year 6 lol

  • thead

    If we get the first pick, lets just draft MKG…then Bargnani can stay put

    • Lorenzo

      Absolutely not. That would definitely be the end of BC’s career, anywhere.

  • thead

     In case someone throws a shit fit…look into the medical history of anyone that grew that much in such a short period of time….injury city is on its way for Davis

    • Nilanka15

      Hmmm, very interesting point.

      • mountio

        That actually is interesting. I havent heard much made of it. Mostly because he looks very natural in his body (notwithstanding the growth spurt). I wouldnt dream of not taking him .. but interesting food for thought.

  • Rookie

    My prediction is … The first pick will go to New Jersey (and Portland loses that pick).  The Bobcats get the second pick and the Raps get the third pick.  We then trade our #3 pick and our #56 pick for Portland’s #11 and #40 and buy some favour to get Batum at less than a premium price (ie they don’t match a lower offer – if that even works).  That way we get a nice SF and can use our pick on one of the point guards (Kendall Marshall, Damian Lillard) solving at least two problems.  The second round picks can be used to get some sleeper picks to back up the SF position (like Jae Crowder or Darius Miller or Kevin Murphy) or SG position (John Jenkins or Doron Lamb). This still leaves some MLE cap space to sign someone else if we need it.

  • HitItHardFromTheBack

    D.Casey be reppin the Raps tonite at the lottery, BC be in audience. Good for a change nd hopin DC bring some luck to em Raps!

  • Dc

    You don’t let the no.1 overall pick suppose we get it sit on the bench to a guy whose been in the league 7 years never made an all star game, one dimensional,volume scorer. Lmao @ all the ones who think its. Wow

    • LTDupside

       But, but… what if THIS year’s #1 pick turns out to be no better than THAT year’s #1 pick? Would you be disappointed if ADavis turns out to be no better than Bargnani?

      Believe it or not, it’s possible!

      • Destro

        Its not possible actually…because Davis is going to be a much better rebounder and defender….if he never averages more than 10 PPG in the league he’ll still be a far better player than Andrea…

        8 PPG,12 RPG,2 BPG >>>>> 21 PPG,5 RPG (puke)

  • Giorman

    trade andrea for Von Wafer and Marcus Pavesini ASAP

  • mountio

    Fuck. 8th

  • Rob

    8th, no surprise, and it sucks. But I get real joy in seeing the Nets get royally fucked over hahahaha.

    • Rob

      And we didn’t move down at least, can get a pretty good player at 8th.

      • Dc

        Perry jones III

    • Lorenzo

       HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

  • Deepbluej27

    after 6 there’s no consensus

    • Nilanka15

      After Davis, there’s no consensus.

      Any of MKG, Beal, or TRob could go 2nd.

  • Deepbluej27

    wish we won the coinflip earlier at least…7th pick might net us barnes…

  • Destro

    lol @ playing AB at SF bwahahahahahaha