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    Quote charlz wrote: View Post
    lets not forget adam morrison and countless others - soon to add the Jimmer to that list once they see him try to guard

    The point is this: the hit ratio is much better with proven NCAA talent. Hoffa sweetness Marcus Fizer Diogu are all tweeners and none of the good GM's would touch them. Also we are talking about a number 5 pick some of those guys mentioned are not even lottery players....

    Elite teams have at most 1 or 2 NON-NCAA proven guys in their 8 man rotation. Its a fact the Bulls lakers Mavs OKC portland Boston Miami on and on....

    Champions Detroit Chicago Spurs Miami Lakers ... it is a fact (and yes I know kobe did not play in NCAA - he is a freakish exception).

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    Quote charlz wrote: View Post
    and yes I know kobe did not play in NCAA - he is a freakish exception.
    But you do know that LBJ, KG, Dwight Howard, Josh Smith, Amare, Tyson Chandler all have ZERO NCAA games under their belt?

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    Quote Tim W. wrote: View Post
    Good article but I don't agree with him saying Jonas V is better than Bismack. Bismack iis like a more physically gifted version of Jonas V with a stronger motor. (IMO)
    Last edited by RaptorsFan4Life; Sat Jun 25th, 2011 at 04:09 AM.

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    Quote RaptorsFan4Life wrote: View Post
    Good article but I don't agree with him saying Jonas V is better than Bismack. Bismack iis like a more physically gifted version of Jonas V with a stronger motor. (IMO)
    And a lot less touch around the basket. That's big. Amir Johnson can shoot 60% because he's got a good touch around the basket, whereas Reggie Evans struggles to shoot 40%. Biyombo certainly intrigued me, and I would have had not problem with the Raptors drafting him, but the consensus seems to be that Valanciunas simply has more potential. I guess we'll have to wait to see if that's true.
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