I just feel walker is like Gerald green but younger and a better attitude. It would be crazy to have him and ross just dunk over everybody. He seems like a good lockeroom guy who gets along with everybody on your team. He would be a great pick up in the second round.
LaVine is so explosive!
Also his ball handling is better than I expected
Aaron Gordon is tearing up this SDSU press. Rest of the team needs to catch up though..
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I've got my fingers crossed that the Raps can grab Melvin Ejim with one of their 2nd round picks. He's been pigeon-holed as an undersized PF (@ 6' 6"), but I see no reason why he can't play SF in the NBA. He really, really improved his offensive game this last season. Dramatic improvement in 3-pt shooting range. Seems quick enough to guard SFs, and definitely strong enough. If PJ Tucker can develop into a 3 & D wing player, then so can Ejim. EJim has much better physical tools and is already a more versatile offensive player than Tucker was.
Anderson looking good on both ends.
Lavine is so bouncy is crazy, but to me he kills his dribble too early to accomplish anything.
Kyle Anderson declares for the NBA draft while changing in the locker room right after UCLA lost to Florida
Lots of love for Walker but why doesn't he play more at Florida?
I understand he joined the team late this year, rotations, yada yada yada, but if he was truly an NBA talent, wouldn't he work his way in to the rotation more than 4-7 minutes per game?
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How do you guys feel about Kyle Anderson? Guard with a 7'3 wingspan. And Zach Lavine, he's really, really quick!
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When Walker finally was eligible to play, he wasn't physically where he needed to be and also his mentality would be different. Hard to step into a playoff mentality when it's your first game.
I think Walker should return for another year. He's shown enough flashes to get drafted, but a full season and he'd likely be a top 5/10 pick.
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