Coxy wrote:jason bourne wrote:Coxy wrote:
I think you missed the point bourne. Mylie is stating that if quality drafting orginisations like San Antonio and Boston think Wiseman is a big time prospect enough to trade up for, then it's prudent to think that Wiseman might be pretty good, if they think so.
Wiseman is a foundation piece for a ball club. We need to draft him.
I understand what you are saying, but Wiseman won't be an All-Star or be ready to start until 2023. Our core will be too old by then.
Before then, Ramon Shelbourne of ESPN thinks the Warriors can get Giannis in 2021 --
Kostas getting a ring will open his brothers eyes! The downside is the Ws will have to give up Draymond or Klay. That's why getting a deep threat or Obi Toppin in this draft would be nice.
You have no idea about Wiseman and what he’ll be, or when he’ll be making an impact in the NBA. You’re so full of it.
None of us do....that's the problem. #2 picks that pan out normally have something that clearly shows WHY.
But HISTORY proves that big men take much longer to develop and contribute. It PROVES that.
You can argue that he may be a franchise player...but you can't argue that he's likely to come in right away and have a meaningful impact. Probably 4 7 footers in history have ever done that.