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Re: Wolves season watch thread for the 2021 pick 

Post#621 » by Hopper15 » Wed Apr 21, 2021 8:17 pm

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Hopper15 wrote:Keep running it until you get 1 (ours) and 4 (Minny).

Seriously though, I forget whether there is top end protection on our pick. Can anyone confirm?


Minnesota pick = 1-3 goes to Minnesota; 4-30 it's ours. If the 1st option occurs, next year's pick is fully unprotected.

Our pick = 1-20 goes to us; 21-30 goes to OKC. If the 1st option occurs, our next year's 2nd rounder goes to OKC (if I'm not mistaken).

Not exactly what you asked, but I wrote it here for info purposes for someone else who might be reading in the future.

Duh. Not sure what I was thinking.
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Re: Wolves season watch thread for the 2021 pick 

Post#622 » by KevinMcreynolds » Wed Apr 21, 2021 8:33 pm

SAKURABA216 wrote:Just ran it 10 times and got it on one of my first tries!

1. (up 12)- GSW - Cade Cunningham
2. (up 7) - CHI - Jalen Suggs
3. ORL - Evan Mobley
4. (down 2) - GSW from MIN - Jalen Green
5. (down 4) - OKC from HOU - Jonathan Kuminga
6. (down 2) - DET - Jalen Johnson
7. (down 2) - OK - Scottie Barnes
8. (down 2) - CLE - Corey Kispert
9. (down 2) - SAC - Alperen Sengun
10. (down 2) - TOR - Keon Johnson


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Re: Wolves season watch thread for the 2021 pick 

Post#623 » by Onus » Fri Apr 23, 2021 10:38 pm

If Banchero is really 6'11'' I don't want the Wolves pick this year. Give me the unprotected pick in 22. They might hit that sweet spot of 7 or 8 and move up to the top.
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Re: Wolves season watch thread for the 2021 pick 

Post#624 » by Commodor » Sun Apr 25, 2021 10:52 pm

Another MiN win. One more and they are tied with Orlando and Detroit. Very possible that 4-5 is ours.
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Re: Wolves season watch thread for the 2021 pick 

Post#625 » by Hopper15 » Sun Apr 25, 2021 10:58 pm

OKC isn't winning another game this season. Need to update the ping pong ball odds with the 5th worst record.

2022 Minny 1st - 31.6%
2021 pick 4 - 10.5%
2021 pick 5 - 2.2%
2021 pick 6 - 19.6%
2021 pick 7 - 26.7%
2021 pick 8 - 8.7%
2021 pick 9 - 0.6%
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Re: Wolves season watch thread for the 2021 pick 

Post#626 » by wco81 » Mon Apr 26, 2021 3:57 am

Ugh #7 pick would be a huge letdown after the way we dreamed.
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Re: Wolves season watch thread for the 2021 pick 

Post#627 » by GSWFan1994 » Mon Apr 26, 2021 4:46 pm

wco81 wrote:Ugh #7 pick would be a huge letdown after the way we dreamed.


I don't think the Wolves will fall that far. There are not enough regular season games left for them to surpass Sacramento/Chicago, who are 8 wins ahead.

I highly doubt the Wolves will go, let's say, .500 from here till the end of the season.
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Post#628 » by TB » Mon Apr 26, 2021 7:01 pm

It's gonna be ugly on these boards when we drop to 7 and Bob takes Kispert in search of a win now prospect.
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Post#629 » by Sam Lowry Jr » Mon Apr 26, 2021 8:43 pm

TB wrote:It's gonna be ugly on these boards when we drop to 7 and Bob takes Kispert in search of a win now prospect.



UCLA Bob will take Johnny Juzang based on the Bruin's connection (see Looney also) and to bolster the Vietnamese American South Bay fan base.

All kidding aside, if the Warriors managed to get the 6th pick from the Wolves, I think Davion Mitchell is a great fit here. Older rookie, plays D, shoots well, plays a team game. He might not be as glamorous or have a high ceiling as the top 5, but he's ready to contribute in a role we desperately need to fill (no offense to Jordan Poole). Marcus Smart with a better shot isn't a bad ceiling.
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Post#630 » by marthafokker » Tue Apr 27, 2021 2:38 am

Another win. I take anything this year. Imagine getting a 12th pick next year. Now that is sad.
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Post#631 » by Old_Blue » Tue Apr 27, 2021 2:47 am

The TWolves are trying to hose us out of our hard earned #4 pick. :lol:
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Re: Wolves season watch thread for the 2021 pick 

Post#632 » by Mob Byers » Tue Apr 27, 2021 2:49 am

SAKURABA216 wrote:Just ran it 10 times and got it on one of my first tries!

1. (up 12)- GSW - Cade Cunningham
2. (up 7) - CHI - Jalen Suggs
3. ORL - Evan Mobley
4. (down 2) - GSW from MIN - Jalen Green
5. (down 4) - OKC from HOU - Jonathan Kuminga
6. (down 2) - DET - Jalen Johnson
7. (down 2) - OK - Scottie Barnes
8. (down 2) - CLE - Corey Kispert
9. (down 2) - SAC - Alperen Sengun
10. (down 2) - TOR - Keon Johnson


My God, my hopes are now very high

I'm going to be bummed when we get #9 and #10 :lol:
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Re: Wolves season watch thread for the 2021 pick 

Post#633 » by Old_Blue » Tue Apr 27, 2021 3:20 am

We're actually getting close to pissing away our first round pick. I don't think we will. But, it would suck if we did.
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Re: Wolves season watch thread for the 2021 pick 

Post#634 » by marthafokker » Tue Apr 27, 2021 4:09 am

Old_Blue wrote:We're actually getting close to pissing away our first round pick. I don't think we will. But, it would suck if we did.


If GSW can piss away their First round pick, Curry better get MVP award.
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Re: Wolves season watch thread for the 2021 pick 

Post#635 » by GSWFan1994 » Tue Apr 27, 2021 4:13 am

Another win by Minnesota. But Detroit also won. Minnesota is 5-5 in their last 10, and they will face a lot of playoff teams in the next 10 remaining games, including us.

My bet is that they will win no more than 3 of these 10 games (Houston, Detroit, Orlando, all of these will be away). So, 21 wins for them. Cleveland is 6th right now and has 21 wins.

The pick should still be good to go at the 3/5 range. And then there's the lottery as well.

I believe Orlando is the real "problem" here. OKC too. These teams are tanking HARD.

There are still roughly 2 months to go till the loterry (June 22nd). Regardless, we should have 2 top 18 picks at a very good, deep draft.

Anything else is profit.
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Re: Wolves season watch thread for the 2021 pick 

Post#636 » by wco81 » Tue Apr 27, 2021 4:57 am

marthafokker wrote:
Old_Blue wrote:We're actually getting close to pissing away our first round pick. I don't think we will. But, it would suck if we did.


If GSW can piss away their First round pick, Curry better get MVP award.



That would not be worth losing the FRP.
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Re: Wolves season watch thread for the 2021 pick 

Post#637 » by WarriorGM » Tue Apr 27, 2021 5:17 am

wco81 wrote:
marthafokker wrote:
Old_Blue wrote:We're actually getting close to pissing away our first round pick. I don't think we will. But, it would suck if we did.


If GSW can piss away their First round pick, Curry better get MVP award.



That would not be worth losing the FRP.


Unless that FRP is Doncic, yes it would.
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Re: Wolves season watch thread for the 2021 pick 

Post#638 » by clyde21 » Tue Apr 27, 2021 5:22 am

Onus wrote:If Banchero is really 6'11'' I don't want the Wolves pick this year. Give me the unprotected pick in 22. They might hit that sweet spot of 7 or 8 and move up to the top.


that's crazy talk, Minny pick next year could just as easily land out of the top10, especially if they add a Cade or Suggs, and have a full healthy Towns and improvements from their young guys like Antman

plus, waiting an extra for a top prospect (IF we get that) means that's one less year he'd have with this current core...just a bad idea all around...we need to be cheering for this pick to convey 4-5 THIS year, period.
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Re: Wolves season watch thread for the 2021 pick 

Post#639 » by clyde21 » Tue Apr 27, 2021 5:24 am

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TB wrote:It's gonna be ugly on these boards when we drop to 7 and Bob takes Kispert in search of a win now prospect.



UCLA Bob will take Johnny Juzang based on the Bruin's connection (see Looney also) and to bolster the Vietnamese American South Bay fan base.

All kidding aside, if the Warriors managed to get the 6th pick from the Wolves, I think Davion Mitchell is a great fit here. Older rookie, plays D, shoots well, plays a team game. He might not be as glamorous or have a high ceiling as the top 5, but he's ready to contribute in a role we desperately need to fill (no offense to Jordan Poole). Marcus Smart with a better shot isn't a bad ceiling.


lmao yes, let's draft a backup PG with the 6th overall pick. brilliant.
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Re: Wolves season watch thread for the 2021 pick 

Post#640 » by KevinMcreynolds » Tue Apr 27, 2021 5:40 am

OKC and Houston are legit going 0 for the rest of the season, what a complete sh** show
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