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Post#361 » by NotACat » Wed May 22, 2019 11:58 am

I can't see this FO passing on NAW for Herro
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Post#362 » by j-ragg » Wed May 22, 2019 12:52 pm

So who do you absolutely not want at 16? If you had to pick 1

I think Langford looks like the biggest bust around there. Nassir Little has jump shooting concerns but his form looks translatable, Langford’s shot looks bad to me. Always shoots a different way and super slow. And obviously any center/power forward falls into this category for me too.
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Re: NBA Draft 2019 Who Should Orlando Draft with the 16th and 46th pick? 

Post#363 » by UCFJayBird » Wed May 22, 2019 1:46 pm

Gonna be honest. This is the first draft in a loooooooong time I have no knowledge of and have no intention of looking into before draft night, lol. Going to try out not getting my hopes up about players I might want and instead just get my hopes up about whoever the Magic end up picking. Also that way if there is a player I don't want and we take them I don't have to talk myself into liking the pick :P
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Re: NBA Draft 2019 Who Should Orlando Draft with the 16th and 46th pick? 

Post#364 » by MartinsIzAfraud » Wed May 22, 2019 1:59 pm

j-ragg wrote:So who do you absolutely not want at 16? If you had to pick 1

I think Langford looks like the biggest bust around there. Nassir Little has jump shooting concerns but his form looks translatable, Langford’s shot looks bad to me. Always shoots a different way and super slow. And obviously any center/power forward falls into this category for me too.


Like you said any PF or C is an unacceptable pick. I think other than that there are players that I would pass on depending on who is on the board at the time.

I'd actually love to make a deal with Boston 14 & 20 or 22 for 16 and pieces. Considering they don't use those for AD>
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Post#365 » by NotACat » Wed May 22, 2019 7:04 pm

j-ragg wrote:So who do you absolutely not want at 16? If you had to pick 1

I think Langford looks like the biggest bust around there. Nassir Little has jump shooting concerns but his form looks translatable, Langford’s shot looks bad to me. Always shoots a different way and super slow. And obviously any center/power forward falls into this category for me too.

He was playing with a broken thumb since November, I'm think he'll pan out. I'm VERY skeptical of KPJ, don't think he'll make it in the league, too many red flags including his personality.
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Post#366 » by yoyojw17 » Wed May 22, 2019 9:20 pm

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Re: NBA Draft 2019 Who Should Orlando Draft with the 16th and 46th pick? 

Post#367 » by Solid Snake » Wed May 22, 2019 10:08 pm

Yo we need to scoop up jalen hands man

https://youtu.be/i0-McJwAzTc

I haven't even seen him on any mocks

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Post#368 » by tiderulz » Wed May 22, 2019 10:32 pm

Solid Snake wrote:Yo we need to scoop up jalen hands man

https://youtu.be/i0-McJwAzTc

I haven't even seen him on any mocks

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6'3 with a 6'4 wingspan, not very big a player
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Post#369 » by MagicMatic » Wed May 22, 2019 10:41 pm

MartinsIzAfraud wrote:
j-ragg wrote:So who do you absolutely not want at 16? If you had to pick 1

I think Langford looks like the biggest bust around there. Nassir Little has jump shooting concerns but his form looks translatable, Langford’s shot looks bad to me. Always shoots a different way and super slow. And obviously any center/power forward falls into this category for me too.


Like you said any PF or C is an unacceptable pick. I think other than that there are players that I would pass on depending on who is on the board at the time.

I'd actually love to make a deal with Boston 14 & 20 or 22 for 16 and pieces. Considering they don't use those for AD>

Personally, I don’t think I’d want Nasir Little, Washington, Bol Bol, maybe Porter, and probably Herro even though I’m on the fence still.
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Post#370 » by Solid Snake » Wed May 22, 2019 10:46 pm

tiderulz wrote:
Solid Snake wrote:Yo we need to scoop up jalen hands man

https://youtu.be/i0-McJwAzTc

I haven't even seen him on any mocks

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6'3 with a 6'4 wingspan, not very big a player
Not worried about the measurables at this point especially if we've talking about jalen hands. He seems pretty explosive, quick first step and plays above the rim. Decent jumper and has a quick trigger with it. He's like a jrue holiday type of player offensively. I would take a flier on him, problem is I have no idea about his draft range or if he has one.

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Re: NBA Draft 2019 Who Should Orlando Draft with the 16th and 46th pick? 

Post#371 » by tiderulz » Wed May 22, 2019 10:53 pm

Solid Snake wrote:
tiderulz wrote:
Solid Snake wrote:Yo we need to scoop up jalen hands man

https://youtu.be/i0-McJwAzTc

I haven't even seen him on any mocks

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6'3 with a 6'4 wingspan, not very big a player
Not worried about the measurables at this point especially if we've talking about jalen hands. He seems pretty explosive, quick first step and plays above the rim. Decent jumper and has a quick trigger with it. He's like a jrue holiday type of player offensively. I would take a flier on him, problem is I have no idea about his draft range or if he has one.

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thats not good size though for a SG, which is what he is.
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Post#372 » by Solid Snake » Wed May 22, 2019 10:58 pm

tiderulz wrote:
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tiderulz wrote:6'3 with a 6'4 wingspan, not very big a player
Not worried about the measurables at this point especially if we've talking about jalen hands. He seems pretty explosive, quick first step and plays above the rim. Decent jumper and has a quick trigger with it. He's like a jrue holiday type of player offensively. I would take a flier on him, problem is I have no idea about his draft range or if he has one.

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thats not good size though for a SG, which is what he is.
Everything I look at says point guard.... I guess not, yea if we're talking SG then maybe not. I'm pretty sure he play PG for ucla his sophomore year.

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Post#373 » by Bensational » Wed May 22, 2019 11:27 pm

There's an abundance of wings available around our pick, which is pretty fortunate. Not many I'd be unhappy with, if they come with WeHam's endorsement.

I'm really warming to Herro as my 2nd favourite option behind NAW. He could land anywhere on a spectrum from Stauskas to Redick to Hayward. I know he has his negative wingspan and all, but despite that he seems to do well to get his hands in lanes on defense when guarding on the perimeter. I believe Clifford could get good defense out of him. Meanwhile, he has a craftiness to his scoring. Good footing, uses fakes well, pulls up quickly. He could possibly come in as a Ross replacement and scoring spark off the bench.
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Post#374 » by MagicMatic » Thu May 23, 2019 6:31 am

2018 lottery picks- All rookie first and second teams.

1- Ayton- 31mpg/70games (First team)
2- Bagley- 25mpg/62games (First team)
3- Doncic- 32mpg/72 games (First team)
4- JJJ- 26mpg/52games (First team)
5- Young- 31mpg/81games (First team)
6- Bamba- 16mpg/41games
7- Carter- 25mpg/44games
8- Sexton- 32mpg/82games (Second team)
9- Knox- 28mpg/75 games
10- Mikal- 30mpg/82games
11- SGA- 27mpg/82games (Second team)
12- Miles- 21mpg/80games
13- Robinson- 10mpg/33games
14- MPJ- Out injured
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Outside of the lottery

19- Huerter- 27mpg/75games (Second team)
27- Shamet- 23mpg/79games (Second team)
36- Robinson- 21mpg/66games (Second team)
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Post#375 » by zaymon » Thu May 23, 2019 8:49 am

MagicMatic wrote:2018 lottery picks- All rookie first and second teams.

1- Ayton- 31mpg/70games (First team)
2- Bagley- 25mpg/62games (First team)
3- Doncic- 32mpg/72 games (First team)
4- JJJ- 26mpg/52games (First team)
5- Young- 31mpg/81games (First team)
6- Bamba- 16mpg/41games
7- Carter- 25mpg/44games
8- Sexton- 32mpg/82games (Second team)
9- Knox- 28mpg/75 games
10- Mikal- 30mpg/82games
11- SGA- 27mpg/82games (Second team)
12- Miles- 21mpg/80games
13- Robinson- 10mpg/33games
14- MPJ- Out injured
______________
Outside of the lottery

19- Huerter- 27mpg/75games (Second team)
27- Shamet- 23mpg/79games (Second team)
36- Robinson- 21mpg/66games (Second team)

Turns out if you draft players that can actually get minutes on the court they can succeed.

It means nothing about their future. Middleton, Draymond, McCollum, Gobert didnt make it Payton, MCW, Noel, Waiters did.
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Post#376 » by Skybox » Thu May 23, 2019 10:41 am

MagicMatic wrote:2018 lottery picks- All rookie first and second teams.

1- Ayton- 31mpg/70games (First team)
2- Bagley- 25mpg/62games (First team)
3- Doncic- 32mpg/72 games (First team)
4- JJJ- 26mpg/52games (First team)
5- Young- 31mpg/81games (First team)
6- Bamba- 16mpg/41games
7- Carter- 25mpg/44games
8- Sexton- 32mpg/82games (Second team)
9- Knox- 28mpg/75 games
10- Mikal- 30mpg/82games
11- SGA- 27mpg/82games (Second team)
12- Miles- 21mpg/80games
13- Robinson- 10mpg/33games
14- MPJ- Out injured
______________
Outside of the lottery

19- Huerter- 27mpg/75games (Second team)
27- Shamet- 23mpg/79games (Second team)
36- Robinson- 21mpg/66games (Second team)


biggest surprise to me is Mikal Bridges...generally considered the safest, mature, NBA-ready pick, highest floor 3&D...put him on a crappy team with a lot of minutes and he didn't even get empty stats. I was shocked he dropped to 10...but then again, I would've taken Okafor over D12 :roll:
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Post#377 » by yoyojw17 » Thu May 23, 2019 12:53 pm

Skybox wrote:
MagicMatic wrote:2018 lottery picks- All rookie first and second teams.

1- Ayton- 31mpg/70games (First team)
2- Bagley- 25mpg/62games (First team)
3- Doncic- 32mpg/72 games (First team)
4- JJJ- 26mpg/52games (First team)
5- Young- 31mpg/81games (First team)
6- Bamba- 16mpg/41games
7- Carter- 25mpg/44games
8- Sexton- 32mpg/82games (Second team)
9- Knox- 28mpg/75 games
10- Mikal- 30mpg/82games
11- SGA- 27mpg/82games (Second team)
12- Miles- 21mpg/80games
13- Robinson- 10mpg/33games
14- MPJ- Out injured
______________
Outside of the lottery

19- Huerter- 27mpg/75games (Second team)
27- Shamet- 23mpg/79games (Second team)
36- Robinson- 21mpg/66games (Second team)


biggest surprise to me is Mikal Bridges...generally considered the safest, mature, NBA-ready pick, highest floor 3&D...put him on a crappy team with a lot of minutes and he didn't even get empty stats. I was shocked he dropped to 10...but then again, I would've taken Okafor over D12 :roll:

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Post#378 » by BlueBalls » Thu May 23, 2019 1:26 pm

Skybox wrote:
MagicMatic wrote:2018 lottery picks- All rookie first and second teams.

1- Ayton- 31mpg/70games (First team)
2- Bagley- 25mpg/62games (First team)
3- Doncic- 32mpg/72 games (First team)
4- JJJ- 26mpg/52games (First team)
5- Young- 31mpg/81games (First team)
6- Bamba- 16mpg/41games
7- Carter- 25mpg/44games
8- Sexton- 32mpg/82games (Second team)
9- Knox- 28mpg/75 games
10- Mikal- 30mpg/82games
11- SGA- 27mpg/82games (Second team)
12- Miles- 21mpg/80games
13- Robinson- 10mpg/33games
14- MPJ- Out injured
______________
Outside of the lottery

19- Huerter- 27mpg/75games (Second team)
27- Shamet- 23mpg/79games (Second team)
36- Robinson- 21mpg/66games (Second team)


biggest surprise to me is Mikal Bridges...generally considered the safest, mature, NBA-ready pick, highest floor 3&D...put him on a crappy team with a lot of minutes and he didn't even get empty stats. I was shocked he dropped to 10...but then again, I would've taken Okafor over D12 :roll:


I never liked Bridges.

One of the problems when "versatility" is listed as a prospect's strength is that it can also mean he doesn't do any one thing well. That's Bridges. He's just kinda..there. Good defensive player, which will keep him in the league for a while, but that's all. I was so scared we were going to reach for him at 6.
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