I mean, I can see it now, if Kahn was a smart GM. Call BC when he's on the clock with the #5 pick, right after Cleveland passes on JV and takes Thompson. Dangle the #2 pick, a famous, athletic college player who is "versatile", or rather, doesn't fit in at any position naturally in the NBA (the way Colangelo loves'em) for the #5 pick...Man, I'm like 98% sure that Colangelo would've pulled the trigger on such a trade.
Anthony Bennett has a little Larry Johnson in his game. I think he's going to be pretty good.
Kelly Olynyk on the other hand has bust written all over him.
Nerlens Noel is going to be a bust. No post game bad hands lack of ball IQ I have no idea why hes so high people just like his motor...
I would try to get into the second round and take Archie Goodwin. It was clear that he wasn't ready to be the primary scorer for Kentucky as a freshman. However, he has good size for the 2 guard -- 6'5" with a 6'10" wingspan -- only 18 years old. He has good lateral quickness (looking at his measurements on DraftExpress) & he has a pretty good handle already. He reminds me somewhat of Iman Shumpert.
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i feel kelly will only be a bust if he goes in top10
Also on the list:Myck Kabongo, PG, Texas – Kabongo is another guy who gets knocked for his size, and the fact that he was suspended for two-thirds of this past season certainly hasn’t done anything to help his stock either, but Kabongo has some of the most impressive handles of all potential draftees, and he’s definitely one of the best pure point guard prospects up for grabs. He has great court vision, is a vocal and credible leader, and ridiculously quick getting up and down the floor. He may only be a backup point guard in the NBA, but he’s going to be one of the better ones, and it won’t be surprising if he’s a starter someday.
Apollo's man: Tim Hardaway, Jr.
My redemption pick of the year: Glen Rice, Jr.
And everyone fave academic ineligible prospect: Ricky Ledo
Archie Goodwin is another good example of, "How things change in a year - or less!"
Even in September and October he was a lottery pick at DraftExpress.com.
Now, 10 days before the draft, he is projected at 39.
I really wouldnt mind picking up Glen Rice Jr. in the second round. After how well the D league developed Danny Green.
Glen Rice Jr is gonna end up in the first round, he's too talented to drop that much. He's a bit crazy, yes, but also talented.
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