Please, don't bring up Kapono ... he didn't lead the NCAA in scoring, too! Thanks ...
Last edited by Boko; Wed May 18th, 2011 at 05:22 PM. Reason: additional thoughts
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Bargnani+5th pick and trade exception to Minnesota for their 2nd pick and Milicic. It appears that they look to trade down. Then we draft Derrick Williams.
BC will pull some matrix sh*t off and get us a top player.
He was at the bottom of the top 100 in assist to turnover ratio and pure point guard rating.
He's a PG who struggles with his decision making, probably the most important skill of a PG.
He's apparently very quiet and reserved and doesn't have the personality of a leader, again a trait you want from your PG.
If the Raptors were drafting in the late teens, then I'd say jump on him because he's probably got a good future as a third guard. For a 22 win team without a lot of talent, I say no way.
The best three players available that could be there are Jonas V., Brandon K. and Kemba W.(in that order) we should leave the draft with one of those three players
If we take Kemba or Knight I think we have to trade Bayless. Jose is the veteran presence that we need influencing our young point guard of the future. The pass first, unselfish, and very fiery style that Jose approaches the game with is exactly what we want to instill in our future guy. If we end up with Bayless and Knight or Walker as our back court, we basically have two guys who have yet to show they can consistently run an offense and who have very similar skill sets. If you take Knight or Walker's speed and combine it with Jose's passing you have an elite player.
"When Life gives you lemons, you clone those Lemons to make super lemons!"
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