ThunderBolt wrote:Spoiler:Dadouv47 wrote:ThunderBolt wrote:If I were drafting based on what I've seen on the court without any prior opinions, I think I would have Suggs and Mobley ahead of Cade. That's not a knock on Cade but the others have just been so good. Cade's body is a big reason for his draft hype. Still need to see more of Green and Kuminga but I think I prefer Kuminga. I think Suggs would struggle the least of all of them from day one.
Didn't watch enough of Mobley. Give me one of Cade/Suggs or Kuminga and I'm good.
It's tough to watch those videos and realize that 80% of those guys are going to the Cavs/Knicks/Pistons
Better get lucky this year and draft well...
If we suck this year and don't get a top 5 pick, I would say that's extremely unlucky. In that sense we don't need to be lucky, just not unlucky. While it might not be possible to move in to the top five with a late lotto Houston pick, I think moving from 6 to 3 or 4 could be doable depending on how teams evaluate players.
Even if we end up not getting our first choice, other factors matter too. Coach Daigneult developing an underachieving talent like Boston could make up for that. There are so many variables right now. A guy like Jalen Johnson or Terrance Clarke could jump in to that top tier too.
Yeah, u right. Just feel like this is the most important draft for our rebuild since SGA is improving and we will need to make a decision on him. Also the fastest we can draft real talented player, the better we can use other teams picks in order to improve our roster.