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    Quote 3inthekeon wrote: View Post
    I'm counting 7 max this year (I'm assuming that's what the original post meant). They had 3 prior to the deadline-their own plus the Rockets and Nets. They picked up 2 in each of the Andre Miller and Spencer Hawes trades.

    Edit - I'm assuming all 4 deadline acquisitions I mentioned are 2014 picks.
    I was following ESPN's Twitter feed and they were joking about the 76ers owning the 2nd round, but then reported that at least a few of their acquisitions were future 2nd round picks (ie: not 2014). I haven't seen a confirmed final tally of 2014 2nd round picks though.

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    I'd like to know what percentage of second round picks from multiple drafts much less a single draft turn into serviceable players. I guess with that many they could package a few as fillers in trades or to move into the first round. Doesn't seem like anything to get excited about.

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    Realgm updated their future draft pick page:
    http://basketball.realgm.com/nba/dra...rafts/detailed

    Philly has a total of 5 second rounders and 2 first rounders (assuming NOLA doesn't get in to the top 5) this year.

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    Do you guys know how many draft picks do we have in the upcoming draft, and what are they? Thanks.

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    Quote charlesnba23 wrote: View Post
    Do you guys know how many draft picks do we have in the upcoming draft, and what are they? Thanks.
    I think we have 2nd rd. pick from Sac protected, okc 2nd pick and our 1st rounder.

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    Read Zach Lowe on why 2nd round picks are more valuable than most realize.

    http://grantland.com/the-triangle/se...nefficiencies/

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    Quote charlesnba23 wrote: View Post
    Do you guys know how many draft picks do we have in the upcoming draft, and what are they? Thanks.
    That information can be found here:
    http://basketball.realgm.com/nba/dra...rafts/detailed

    Raptors have 1 first rounder, and 2 second rounders (Sacramento's and OKC's). Their own 2nd rounder is going to Milwaukee.

    ** rocwell beat me to it.

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    Random i know. But i would love to see the Raps target Russ Smith in the 2nd round. Perfect 6th man in the NBA.

    Another guy that i'd love see them target in the 2nd round is McAdoo. Always been a fan.
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    Default The Raptors and the 2014 Draft

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    Quote TRex wrote: View Post
    Random i know. But i would love to see the Raps target Russ Smith in the 2nd round. Perfect 6th man in the NBA.

    Another guy that i'd love see them target in the 2nd round is McAdoo. Always been a fan.
    James McAdoo slipped to the second round? That would be a steal! just like Sullinger with the Celtics
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    ennis is sh!tting the bed right now vs duke. 1/10 FG

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    Wiggins.


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    Someone over on r/nba made a weighted list of draft prospects based on various expert rankings and it's pretty interesting:

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...=sharing#gid=0

    Interesting that Wiggins seems to be dropping a bit.

    Also, the rankings certainly made me take a look at Jusuf Nurkic:


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    i guess tyler ennis has surely been noticed

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    Anderson #1? Jordan Adams #2??? Funny stuff.

    Edit- oh ok, they're metrics rankings.


    Wiggins isn't slipping. In the ones that "matter" (DX, Chad Ford, nbadraft.net) he's top 3, which is where he's been for a while..and it seems like the top 3 have distanced themselves from the field (Wiggins, Parker, Embiid).
    You never know what happens on draft night, but so far I would say the most talked about players for the top 5 are Embiid, Wiggins, Parker, Exum and either Randle or Vonleh.
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    Quote 3inthekeon wrote: View Post
    Read Zach Lowe on why 2nd round picks are more valuable than most realize.

    http://grantland.com/the-triangle/se...nefficiencies/
    Great article. Who knew how valuable a second round pick could be?

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    Quote Puffer wrote: View Post
    Great article. Who knew how valuable a second round pick could be?
    Oddly enough? The high-spending lakers. They got Gasol, Luke Walton, Turiaf, Patrick Beverly, and Ebanks all in the second round. Not a bad success rate for players who stay in the nba at all
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    Stauskas on fire!
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    Raps need to go after this dude in the draft!

    "You never heard of DeMar just google him, the defense don't know what to do wit him"

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    Quote TSF wrote: View Post
    Oddly enough? The high-spending lakers. They got Gasol, Luke Walton, Turiaf, Patrick Beverly, and Ebanks all in the second round. Not a bad success rate for players who stay in the nba at all
    Plus Sacre (60th) and Ryan Kelly (48th) the past 2 drafts. When a team can get super cheap rotation players like these, it frees up a lot of money elsewhere.

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