"You clearly don't know who you're talking to, so let me clue you in: I am not in danger, Skyler. I am the danger. A guy opens his door and gets shot, and you think that of me? No! I am the one who knocks!"
- Walter White
Lets look at some of their picks past No 15:
2011 -Cory Joseph No 29 -Jurry still out
2010 -James Anderson No 20 (Is he in NBA?)
2009 -D Blair No 37 -Great choice, passed by many bec of bad knees.
2005 -I Mahimi No 28 -decent back up & typical production for that spot;
1998 -Felipe Lopez No 24
1995 -C Alexader No 29
1994 -Bill Curley No 22;
As you can see -sometimes they find T Parker or Manu late, but there are a lot of duds as well.
My point was that if you go safe with BPA, you are likely to get average production for that spot (which is not much). Or you can take a gamble, knowing if it works, you are a genius, if not, you already have a Steve Novak or Tyler or... that can give you that 5.2 pts, 2.8 RB or whatever you get out of 9,10 man on your roster.
The only guy, I can think of that we drafted after lottery with decent value & production was Mo Pete. Beyond him, nothing doing. Lets wait & see.
He can hardly turn out much worse than J Graham (No 16 in 2005), K Rush (No 20 in 2002), M Bradley (No 17 in 2001), C Jefferies (No 27 in 2002)...
At the 3 minute mark Ennis talks about his interview with PHX
"PHX was so serious, like no joke...and I'm like oh god"
The hole interview with Cabbie is really good, still kinda choked we didn't get him
Oh, and nice sarcastic statement that is meant to show how stupid I am.
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