Who will be the BUST of the 2019 draft class?

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Re: Who will be the BUST of the 2019 draft class? 

Post#101 » by Stillwater » Wed Sep 4, 2019 9:03 pm

not sure how we went from 19 to 18 where clearly Bamba,Knox and MPJ lead the pack for busts...so far anyway.
19 is another story yet to be written
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Re: Who will be the BUST of the 2019 draft class? 

Post#102 » by NotACat » Thu Sep 5, 2019 1:01 pm

Stillwater wrote:not sure how we went from 19 to 18 where clearly Bamba,Knox and MPJ lead the pack for busts...so far anyway.
19 is another story yet to be written

I'm still holding on to Bamba stock, not a lot but some. I don't think he's going to be super unicorn he was portrayed as (I just don't think he's agile enough), but I'm going to wait for him to bulk up before writing him off.
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Re: Who will be the BUST of the 2019 draft class? 

Post#103 » by King Ken » Thu Sep 5, 2019 1:41 pm

NotACat wrote:
Stillwater wrote:not sure how we went from 19 to 18 where clearly Bamba,Knox and MPJ lead the pack for busts...so far anyway.
19 is another story yet to be written

I'm still holding on to Bamba stock, not a lot but some. I don't think he's going to be super unicorn he was portrayed as (I just don't think he's agile enough), but I'm going to wait for him to bulk up before writing him off.

I'll take your Bamba stock. I still value it.
I am lukewarm on my MPJ stock, health is something far too valuable.
I never really had any Knox stock and I don't plan on getting any. I don't know his position in the NBA. He is a raw tweener. Out of all lottery picks, him and Jerome Robinson are guys I am more down on than up.

Outside of the lottery, Moritz Wagner and Grayson Allen are the only two guys I am completely out on. Jacob Evans has to redeem himself to me this year as a NBA level talent. Everyone else drafted in the 1st round in 2018 looks like NBA level talents. It's all about where do they go from here.

Some guys have a lot to prove like Brown with Washington, Donte with the Bucks, Robinson, Knox and Bamba from the lottery and Evans and Spellman with the Warriors.
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Re: Who will be the BUST of the 2019 draft class? 

Post#104 » by clyde21 » Thu Sep 5, 2019 2:16 pm

Jacob Evans is terrible
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Re: Who will be the BUST of the 2019 draft class? 

Post#105 » by Ruzious » Thu Sep 5, 2019 10:30 pm

King Ken wrote:
NotACat wrote:
Stillwater wrote:not sure how we went from 19 to 18 where clearly Bamba,Knox and MPJ lead the pack for busts...so far anyway.
19 is another story yet to be written

I'm still holding on to Bamba stock, not a lot but some. I don't think he's going to be super unicorn he was portrayed as (I just don't think he's agile enough), but I'm going to wait for him to bulk up before writing him off.

I'll take your Bamba stock. I still value it.
I am lukewarm on my MPJ stock, health is something far too valuable.
I never really had any Knox stock and I don't plan on getting any. I don't know his position in the NBA. He is a raw tweener. Out of all lottery picks, him and Jerome Robinson are guys I am more down on than up.

Outside of the lottery, Moritz Wagner and Grayson Allen are the only two guys I am completely out on. Jacob Evans has to redeem himself to me this year as a NBA level talent. Everyone else drafted in the 1st round in 2018 looks like NBA level talents. It's all about where do they go from here.

Some guys have a lot to prove like Brown with Washington, Donte with the Bucks, Robinson, Knox and Bamba from the lottery and Evans and Spellman with the Warriors.


I'll trade you shares of Bamba stock for shares of Mitchell Robinson stock. :wink:
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Re: Who will be the BUST of the 2019 draft class? 

Post#106 » by NotACat » Thu Sep 5, 2019 11:05 pm

Ruzious wrote:
King Ken wrote:
NotACat wrote:I'm still holding on to Bamba stock, not a lot but some. I don't think he's going to be super unicorn he was portrayed as (I just don't think he's agile enough), but I'm going to wait for him to bulk up before writing him off.

I'll take your Bamba stock. I still value it.
I am lukewarm on my MPJ stock, health is something far too valuable.
I never really had any Knox stock and I don't plan on getting any. I don't know his position in the NBA. He is a raw tweener. Out of all lottery picks, him and Jerome Robinson are guys I am more down on than up.

Outside of the lottery, Moritz Wagner and Grayson Allen are the only two guys I am completely out on. Jacob Evans has to redeem himself to me this year as a NBA level talent. Everyone else drafted in the 1st round in 2018 looks like NBA level talents. It's all about where do they go from here.

Some guys have a lot to prove like Brown with Washington, Donte with the Bucks, Robinson, Knox and Bamba from the lottery and Evans and Spellman with the Warriors.


I'll trade you shares of Bamba stock for shares of Mitchell Robinson stock. :wink:

I'll take it. I think Bamba will have a better career.

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