Warren did not the shot the three that well this year at under 30%, but he shot over 50% as a freshman in much fewer attempts, I think he will be fine in the NBA when he is not looked upon to score 25 points a night. HE also increased his free throw percentage by 15%, the respectable 69%, with a little more improvement he will be solidly in the the 70s
Right now this is my guy at 20 if he is there.
Already having Ross and DD at the SG creates somewhat of a conundrum. do we go out and get a true SF and stifle Ross's growth by playing him off the bench? Or at what point do we decide whether Ross or Derozan is the future at the 2?
But I guess that is not necessarily the case for every player that we draft.
a lot depends on what kinda shape Ross comes back in. Casey was saying that Ross truly felt the need the get bigger after getting bodied by guys like Joe Johnson
Hi guys long time browser, first time poster.
I was just thinking about how joe johnson posted our wings at will and we had no one big enough to defend him. Well kyle anderson is not only big enough he's a point guard in a small forwards body. We struggled to move the ball during the nets series, and not only will getting kyle anderson help us with our ball movement, Amir Johnson needs to go, with him on the floor the spacing is bad, and it was extremely easy for the nets to double team our players, And honestly amir gets injured every time you blink at him.
I'd hope amir johnson could get a pick around thhe 9-10 range, thoughts?
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I would say stick with the browsing. Sorry.
I'm all for trading to improve the team but your rationale for trading Amir Johnson makes absolutely no sense at all.
Kyle Anderson has one of the most unpredictable stocks in the draft. It would not be at all surprising to see him on the board at 20. This trade idea seems pointless at the moment. He's probably mid to late first round.
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Trading Amir for a 1st rounder in this years draft would be pretty cool, but I only see one team that makes sense. That's the Suns. They have picks 14, 18, and 27. They could use Amir at PF. I could see us maybe getting one of those picks for him (probably 18th or 27th).
It might be a step back defensively next year but with eyes on the future Amir probably isn't a long term piece anymore.
20. Clint Capela
One of the best shot blockers in the draft. African connection with Masai. Casey wanted Bismack a couple years ago as well. Exact same type of player but probably not as raw. Could develop into a Serge Ibaka type player.
37. Damien Inglis
Good "strong" defender. 6'8 1/2 240bls and his only 19.
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my bad, maybe he isn't that good.
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