babyjax13 wrote: we traded the picks that were Josh Hart and Thomas Bryant. Currently, both players are starting caliber guys.
Do people actually believe Josh Hart is a starting caliber player? I mean, I guess he could be in the sense that anybody playing next to LeBron could technically be a starter.
Also, I disagree completely with the premise of this thread. Too soon to be coming to these kinds of conclusions. A lot of fans around the league assume that Epke Udoh is trash and not a good player based on the fact he can't get minutes in Utah, but that situation really has more to do with Quin having to find minutes for Favors that aren't next to Rudy. We all saw how good Udoh was as a backup when he first started and was getting the backup C minutes.
Bradley may or may not become a decent player in the NBA, but I don't know how anyone could believe they have enough info to make that judgement at this point. As for Hart, he'd be in pretty much the exact same spot Grayson Allen is in, if Utah had drafted him. I think it's completely possible Allen ends up being the better player.