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Re: NBA draft & NCAA basketball 

Post#321 » by pacers33granger » Wed Jun 19, 2019 8:35 pm

Wizop wrote:nbatv mock gave us Cam Johnson. he's my choice too unless someone unexpectedly drops.

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Someone will drop for whatever reason and I have a feeling Pritchard will try to get some future assets out of the pick for whoever that guy is plus maybe a late first or early second. There may be a team willing to pay a decent price for someone like Bol, Langford, etc. if they're there.
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Re: NBA draft & NCAA basketball 

Post#322 » by Wizop » Wed Jun 19, 2019 8:42 pm

pacers33granger wrote:Someone will drop for whatever reason and I have a feeling Pritchard will try to get some future assets out of the pick


I'm quite okay being on team trade down and I don't think anyone has to fall to get us there. guys like Grant Williams and Thybulle should be available in the 20's. perhaps Kevin Porter too. Cam Johnson also goes lower in many mocks.,
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Post#323 » by pacers33granger » Wed Jun 19, 2019 8:47 pm

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pacers33granger wrote:Someone will drop for whatever reason and I have a feeling Pritchard will try to get some future assets out of the pick


I'm quite okay being on team trade down and I don't think anyone has to fall to get us there. guys like Grant Williams and Thybulle should be available in the 20's. perhaps Kevin Porter too. Cam Johnson also goes lower in many mocks.,


Yeah unless we're in love with a prospect, it makes sense to try to pick up assets for a similar caliber guy who'll sit at the end of the bench.
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Re: NBA draft & NCAA basketball 

Post#324 » by Jake0890 » Thu Jun 20, 2019 12:26 am

Saw a report saying Tyler Herro's agent said his range is 11-18. Signs point to us taking him if he's there.
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Post#325 » by Wizop » Thu Jun 20, 2019 12:46 am

Jake0890 wrote:Saw a report saying Tyler Herro's agent said his range is 11-18. Signs point to us taking him if he's there.
I prefer a 3/4 but does Vic out 2 or 3 months change needs dramatically? can Doug and Sumner hold down the 2? CoJo?

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Post#326 » by Scoot McGroot » Thu Jun 20, 2019 1:36 am

Wizop wrote:
Jake0890 wrote:Saw a report saying Tyler Herro's agent said his range is 11-18. Signs point to us taking him if he's there.
I prefer a 3/4 but does Vic out 2 or 3 months change needs dramatically? can Doug and Sumner hold down the 2? CoJo?

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I don't know it changes too awful much, other than maybe a lower end kind of signing. It might prioritize a Wes Matthews with the room exception over an Anthony Tolliver, or some other lower end guy. I think you still draft BPA, and you focus your big money on the long-term holes. If we draft a 1/2/maybe 3 kind of guy like NAW, or a 2/3 like Romeo, Herro, Keldon, etc, you're kind of stabilizing some of the hole that you could theoretically get by with Doug and Sumner (and the Wes).
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Re: NBA draft & NCAA basketball 

Post#327 » by Jake0890 » Thu Jun 20, 2019 3:02 am

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Wizop wrote:
Jake0890 wrote:Saw a report saying Tyler Herro's agent said his range is 11-18. Signs point to us taking him if he's there.
I prefer a 3/4 but does Vic out 2 or 3 months change needs dramatically? can Doug and Sumner hold down the 2? CoJo?

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I don't know it changes too awful much, other than maybe a lower end kind of signing. It might prioritize a Wes Matthews with the room exception over an Anthony Tolliver, or some other lower end guy. I think you still draft BPA, and you focus your big money on the long-term holes. If we draft a 1/2/maybe 3 kind of guy like NAW, or a 2/3 like Romeo, Herro, Keldon, etc, you're kind of stabilizing some of the hole that you could theoretically get by with Doug and Sumner (and the Wes).


Yeah, I think it's BPA all the way here. Next question is whether or not Herro is the BPA, ha..
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Post#328 » by PerkinsFor3 » Thu Jun 20, 2019 10:41 am

pacers33granger wrote:
Wizop wrote:nbatv mock gave us Cam Johnson. he's my choice too unless someone unexpectedly drops.

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Someone will drop for whatever reason and I have a feeling Pritchard will try to get some future assets out of the pick for whoever that guy is plus maybe a late first or early second. There may be a team willing to pay a decent price for someone like Bol, Langford, etc. if they're there.


Brandon Clarke maybe even?
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Post#329 » by Scoot McGroot » Thu Jun 20, 2019 12:05 pm

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pacers33granger wrote:
Wizop wrote:nbatv mock gave us Cam Johnson. he's my choice too unless someone unexpectedly drops.

Sent from my phone.


Someone will drop for whatever reason and I have a feeling Pritchard will try to get some future assets out of the pick for whoever that guy is plus maybe a late first or early second. There may be a team willing to pay a decent price for someone like Bol, Langford, etc. if they're there.


Brandon Clarke maybe even?


I think we’d keep a Clarke. He would seem to project well long term next to either of Myles or Sabonis.
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Post#330 » by PerkinsFor3 » Thu Jun 20, 2019 12:11 pm

Scoot McGroot wrote:
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pacers33granger wrote:
Someone will drop for whatever reason and I have a feeling Pritchard will try to get some future assets out of the pick for whoever that guy is plus maybe a late first or early second. There may be a team willing to pay a decent price for someone like Bol, Langford, etc. if they're there.


Brandon Clarke maybe even?


I think we’d keep a Clarke. He would seem to project well long term next to either of Myles or Sabonis.

Yeah, mostly just mentioning the fact that he might drop quite a bit. I dont think you should trade him. Dipo, Clarke and Turner would be a nice core.
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