You guys are orgasming over damien inglis ill hop on the bandwagon hopefully we can get him at 37
I guess my point is this, watching Anderson play, his IQ is phenomenal.... if his body caught up a little....wow, steal of the draft.
Of all the players they worked out today, Grant is the only one that interest me.
It all depends on his demeanor to me. If he's mature, focused and got Demar's work ethic, I draft him. If he's partying with strippers too much, I'm not.
Athletic and a good work ethic is enough for me, as I read more and more about Kawhi.
Grant still reminds me of MKG. MKG also has great character and work ethic...and his jumpshot and scoring game are still bad.
Hard to project what could happen with Grant. I wouldn't be upset with him as a pick, but he's not someone I'd really target.
Again, for me, it comes down to work ethic.
If Grant can see the long term and diligently rebuild his stroke without resisting change, I'm interested. Especially if he'll put the time in during the off season like Demar. I wouldn't target him either, but I was anti-Grant for a while.
Our pick could come down to one of him, Capela, Early, Warren etc. In that case I'm leaning Capela, but Grant would be my second choice (again, hinging on his attitude)
I'll stay away from Early if i'm the Raps. Just not a big fan. He's too small to play SF, not a very good defender, he's just not a good fit here.
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Josh Huestes is actually the prospect in that group I see the Raps as being likely to take, at 59. He brings solid D and solid O on the wing, and could be an option assuming the first two picks don't address that wing defender hole (now, I'm hoping they do, between McDaniels at 20 and Daniels or Inglis at 37).
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At this point, how many top ten picks do you think will be traded?
At least 2. Celtics, Lakers, Kings are the top 3 candidates.
Hi Chad. What do you think the chances are of the Sixers moving up from 10? Wouldn't a swap of Thad/10th pick to the Lakers for Nash's Contract/7th pick make a lot of sense for both sides?
Yes. I think this might be a good scenario for the Sixers. Allows them to add an elite power forward at 7 (one of Randle, Gordon or Vonleh should be on the board at 7) and gives the Lakers a player who can impact the game right away along with another pick. If the Sixers can't get the Cavs to bit on Young + 10 for No. 1, then this might be a very good option for them. Ditto for the Celtics at No. 6.
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