Not like anyone cares but here's what i want to see happen come draft night.
1st round: Zach LaVine - Highly doubt he's there at 20 but if he's there you can't pass up on a talent like that. If he's off the board i would try and trade the pick to GSW for Harrison Barnes.
2nd choice: Jerami Grant.
2nd round: Damian Inglis - Again, highly doubt he's there at 37 or wherever the Raptors is drafting. But if he's there you gotta take him.
2nd choice: Mitch McGary or Patric Young.
3rd round - No idea. MU probably would take some European player that we've never heard of before. Or maybe he draft a Canadian?
Imagine LaVine and Inglis w/ the Raps next season?? drool.
2015 Draft Board:
1. Devin Booker
2. Sam Dekker
3. Montrezl Harrell
I way prefer Barnes to Grant.
my ideal draft:
clint capela/adreian payne at 20
damien inglis at 37
jordan bachynchski at 59 (if the pacers can work with hibbert never showing on the pick and roll, bachynski can be a nice defender too)
then we just need a half decent vet wing so inglis isn't in over his head in his first season or two.
i think hansbrough has some value, so with either of those first rounders, we can at least trade him to a team with too many wings and not enough 4s.
i also think capela can play backup to JV, he's tall enough and super athletic. especially once he adds a little bit of weight.
and i think inglis stock is too low. he should be a 20-25 pick, but one bad week pushed him down. everyone has a bad week, and it's just too small a sample size to sway an opinion too far either way
Last edited by stooley; Mon May 12th, 2014 at 12:15 PM.
why does chad ford not have inglis in his top 100? i have to imagine it's an oversight and not an opinion?
edit, woops he's number 69. decent chance he falls to us. draftexpress has him at 40, and they're super high on him
ford's calling him a tweener, but draftexpress is saying he can guard 2/3/4. don't know who to trust.
Last edited by stooley; Mon May 12th, 2014 at 12:33 PM.
Early entry relates to those players that still have NCAA eligibility or have not aged out in Europe yet.
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