I also find it funny how some people tend to shave an inch or two off a player's height when they're not high on that particular player. It doesn't further an argument.
Draft Express lists him as 6'0"
ESPN has him at 6'1"
NBADraft.net has him at 6'0"
Yahoo has him at 6'2"
UCONN's own website has him at 6'1"
He's the only one that will come close to that kind of Explosiveness that the likes of John Wall and DRose possess, but he's got the size and quickness of a CP3 or Ty Lawson. Kemba will be an impact player in the league. Book it.
http://blogs.forbes.com/sportsmoney/...ent-nba-teams/The San Antonio Spurs and the Toronto Raptors have roughly comparable payrolls, but the similarities end there: San Antonio won 61 games and ranks fourth in cost-effectiveness, while the woeful 22-win Raptors were the least cost-effective NBA team. Toronto was 90% less cost-effective than the league median. Chris Bosh’s departure for Miami certainly contributed to this.
And yet the Raptors are probably bringing IN more money, per win, than any other team in the league.
Wait ... doesn't that make us all suckers?
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