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    zeller is a bust just waiting to happen

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    Quote Miekenstien wrote: View Post
    not much zeller love here eh? is that because we are talking top 3 pick which is to early and 13 which is to late or just not feeling the 7 foot power forward anymore?
    I never liked him. Never saw the interest in him. If we did draft it would probably out of the top10 so it would be seem like a bust.

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    http://www.truthaboutit.net/2013/06/...-ilyasova.html

    Will Ilyasova net the #3 pick this year?
    "Championships are what we live for, now lets go win them."
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    Basketball has clear winners every night --
    except at the draft, which is all homework, politics and chance.

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    Quote Matt52 wrote: View Post
    http://www.truthaboutit.net/2013/06/...-ilyasova.html

    Will Ilyasova net the #3 pick this year?
    If they do better believe Bucks are going after Burke, Raps must get BURKE! or at the very least Kabongo...

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    From Insider

    Dallas reportedly wants no part of its first round pick, and that is understandable. The Mavericks haven't had a lottery pick since 2000, and have drafted higher than No. 26 only once (Byron Mullens, No. 24, in 2009) during that span.

    While draft day is a big deal for most teams, it isn't as much for Dallas, which has built its team through trades and free agency -- not the draft -- since it acquired Dirk Nowitzki on draft day 15 years ago. The latest rumors have the Mavs shopping veteran Shawn Marion.

    Sam Amico of Fox Sports Ohio reports that sources indicate Dallas recently offered Marion in a deal to Cleveland, but was turned down. The deal, per Amico, would have sent Mavs pick (No. 13) 13th pick and Marion to the Cavs for the Cleveland's two second-round selections (Nos. 31 and 33) and a 2014 pick.

    Marion enters the final year of his current deal in 2013-14 and is owed $9.31 million. What other team might be interested in pulling off such a trade with the Mavs, bringing in Marion and the No. 13 pick in return for future picks? Perhaps Detroit. The young nucleus would get the benefit of a positive veteran presence in Marion to fill in at the 3, and could use their No. 7 and the acquired No. 13 picks to bolster the backcourt with a point guard (Michael Carter-Williams, Shane Larkin, C.J. McCollum or Dennis Shroeder) and a scoring wing (Shabazz Muhammad, Tim Hardaway Jr., Kentavious Caldwell Pope, Glen Rice Jr.). The Mavs would shed Marion's contract with the hope of also landing a decent pick down the road.
    any team that would actually give up a 2014 pick to get back into this draft should be liquidated
    @jerboat

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