Elfrid Payton has a lot in common with another, more famous, 6’4 point guard named Payton, and could be one of the bigger sleepers in this year’s NBA draft.
P.J. Hairston is an NBA-ready prospect who might be too big a gamble for the Raptors.
DraftExpress currently has the Raptors picking Adreian Payne at 20, and he’s the next player we’ll take a look at.
Kyle Anderson is 6’8, has a 7’2 wingspan, passes like Chris Paul, rebounds like LeBron James and shot nearly 50% from beyond the arc in college. So why might he be available at 20?
We start looking outside of team Canada and take a closer look at high scoring T.J. Warren from North Carolina State.
Next up for our prospecting series is Canadian Nik Stauskas and his girlfriend, Taylor Anderson.
In the second of the series, looking at possible Raptor prospects, we look at another Canadian possible lottery pick and freshman star, Tyler Ennis.
In the first of a series looking at players the Raptors might end up drafting (or acquiring) on June 26th, we talk about Andrew Wiggins’ freshman season at Kansas, whether he’s a good fit for the Raptors, and whether they have the ability to acquire him on draft night.
Raptors didn’t play well, but just well enough to beat the Bucks and stay ahead of the Bulls and Nets in the standings.
Anyone who has seen the end of season three will understand why I was reminded of this alternate title. It was jaw-dropping. I was so shocked and stunned, I actually had trouble sleeping that night.