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Post#21 » by UNCNYC » Fri Feb 8, 2019 5:51 pm

Hey guys I know it's super early but I took a quick look some of the draft picks in this upcoming draft. It's not a deep draft but still some good talent available. This is my list as to who I think is best to worse at each position. As you know me by now I am sure this list will change lol.

PG
A - Ja Morant Murray State 6' 3" 170
A - Nickeil Alex.-Wal. Virginia Tech 6' 5" 210 (SLEEPER PICK)
A - Coby White UNC 6' 5" 185
A - Jaylen Hands UCLA 6' 3" 170
A - Tre Jones Duke 6' 2" 183
B - Shamorie Ponds St. John's 6' 1" 174
B - Ty Jerome Virginia 6' 5" 195
B - Darius Garland Vanderbilt 6' 3" 175
B - Ky Bowman Boston College 6' 1" 188
B - Ashton Hagans Kentucky 6' 3" 180

SG
A - Jordan Poole Michigan 6' 4" 190
A - Jarrett Culver Texas Tech 6' 5" 190
B - Zach Norvell Jr. Gonzaga 6' 5" 205
B - Tyler Herro Kentucky 6' 5" 193
B - Romeo Langford Indiana 6' 6" 195
B - Luguentz Dort Arizona St. 6' 5" 219
B - Admiral Schofield Tennessee 6' 5" 238
B - Terance Mann Florida St. 6' 7" 215
B - Herbert Jones Alabama 6' 7" 200
B - Quentin Grimes Kansas 6' 6" 205
B - Bryce Brown Auburn 6' 3" 198
C - Talen Horton-Tucker Iowa State 6' 5" 230

SF
A - Sekou Doumboya France 6' 9" 210 (SLEEPER PICK)
A - R.J. Barrett Duke 6' 7" 180
A - Nassir Little UNC 6' 7" 215
A - Bennie Boatwright USC 6' 10" 230
A - Darius Bazley U.S. 6' 8" 195
A - De'Andre Hunter Virginia 6' 8" 225 (SLEEPER PICK)
A - Rui Hachimura Gonzaga 6' 8" 225
A - Oshae Brissett Syracuse 6' 8" 210
A - PJ Washington Kentucky 6' 8" 230
A - Killian Tillie Gonzaga 6' 10" 200
B - Cam Reddish Duke 6' 7" 203
B - Caleb Martin Nevada 6' 7" 205
B - Kevin Porter USC 6' 5" 195
B - Ignas Brazdeikis Michigan 6' 7" 215
B - Kris Wilkes UCLA 6' 7" 194
B - Louis King Oregon 6' 7" 204
B - Keldon Johnson Kentucky 6' 6" 210
B - Kezie "KZ" Okpala Stanford 6' 8" 195
B - Jaylen Hoard Wake Forest 6' 8" 195

PF
A - Zion Williamson Duke 6' 7" 270
A - Reid Travis Kentucky 6' 8" 245
A - Simi Shittu Vanderbilt 6' 10" 220
A - Grant Williams Tennessee 6' 7" 236
B - Kenny Wooten Oregon 6' 9" 220
B - Eric Paschall Villanova 6' 9" 255
B - Ethan Happ Wisconsin 6' 10" 232
B - Luka Samanic Spain 6' 10" 210
C - Nazreon Reid LSU 6' 10" 240
C - Daniel Gafford Arkansas 6' 11" 234

CENTERS
A - Bol Bol Oregon 7' 2" 220
A - Bruno Fernando Maryland 6' 10" 245
A - Brandon Clarke Gonzaga 6' 8" 230 (SLEEPER PICK)
A - Jontay Porter Missouri 6' 11" 240
B - Udoka Azubuike Kansas 7' 0" 280
B - Goga Bitadze Georgia 6' 11" 250
B - Donta Hall Alabama 6' 9" 230
B - Charles Bassey Western K. 6' 11" 221
B - Jaxson Hayes Texas 6' 11" 220
UPDATED - 7/3/2019 MY GM RESULTS

NAW / BJ Taylor / Will. McD. White
Zhairre / Reaves
Bacon / Obeisie / Pinson
YuTa / Frank / Cheatham
Cook / Biz

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Post#22 » by LofJ » Sat Feb 9, 2019 2:59 am

I'm all in on SGA's cousin and best friend Nickeil Alexander-Walker. If we don't end up trading the pick I hope he's there when the team is on the clock.

There should always be a Walker in Charlotte.
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Re: 2019 Draft Discussion 

Post#23 » by Lwcasu » Sat Feb 9, 2019 3:21 am

LofJ wrote:I'm all in on SGA's cousin and best friend Nickeil Alexander-Walker. If we don't end up trading the pick I hope he's there when the team is on the clock.

There should always be a Walker in Charlotte.


I like him too, but if Bol Bol is there I feel we will take the risk.
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Post#24 » by UNCNYC » Sat Feb 9, 2019 10:29 am

Hey guys, I am back with another update and probable final for a while. This draft is super deep. There are some great players I added, including Kerwin roach, William Mcdowell White, and all of the top 5 shooting guards on my list.

I think we should trade back because most of these players should still be available late.

PG
A - Kerwin Roach Texas 6' 4" 180 (COULD BE NEXT RUSSEL WESTBROOK)
A - Ja Morant Murray State 6' 3" 170
A - Nickeil Alex.-Wal. Virginia Tech 6' 5" 210 (SLEEPER PICK)
A - Coby White UNC 6' 5" 185
A - Jaylen Hands UCLA 6' 3" 170
A - William McDowell-White Aust. 6' 5" 183 (SUPER FUN PLAYER TO WATCH)
A - Tre Jones Duke 6' 2" 183
B - Jalen Lecque Bre.Aca.(HS-NH) 6' 4" 190
B - Marcquise Reed Clemson 6' 3" 194
B - Geo Baker Rutgers 6' 4" 185
B - Jon Elmore Marshall 6' 3" 189
B - Markus Howard Marquette 5' 11" 175
B - Quade Green Kentucky 6' 1" 170
B - Shamorie Ponds St. John's 6' 1" 174
B - Ty Jerome Virginia 6' 5" 195
B - Darius Garland Vanderbilt 6' 3" 175
B - Ky Bowman Boston College 6' 1" 188
B - Ashton Hagans Kentucky 6' 3" 180
B - Carsen Edwards Purdue 6' 1" 200
C - Javonte Smart LSU 6' 4" 190

SG
A - A.J. Reeves Providence 6' 6" 210 (STAR POTENTIAL)
A - John Petty Alabama 6' 5" 197
A - Jordan Poole Michigan 6' 4" 190
A - Matisse Thybulle Washington 6' 5" 195 (A SMOOTH GAME)
A - Jarrey Foster SMU 6' 6" 220
B - Jarrett Culver Texas Tech 6' 5" 190
B - Josh Reaves Penn State 6' 4" 210
B - Zach Norvell Jr. Gonzaga 6' 5" 205
B - Tyler Herro Kentucky 6' 5" 193
B - Romeo Langford Indiana 6' 6" 195
B - Luguentz Dort Arizona St. 6' 5" 219
B - Admiral Schofield Tennessee 6' 5" 238
B - Terance Mann Florida St. 6' 7" 215
B - Tyus Battle Syracuse 6' 6" 205
B - Cam Johnson UNC 6' 9" 210
B - Xavier Sneed Kans. State 6' 5" 220
B - Herbert Jones Alabama 6' 7" 200
B - Quentin Grimes Kansas 6' 6" 205
B - Bryce Brown Auburn 6' 3" 198
C - Talen Horton-Tucker Iowa State 6' 5" 230
C - Kalob Ledoux Louisiana Tech 6' 3" 215
C - Travis Munnings LouIS.-Monroe 6' 6" 200

SF
A - Sekou Doumboya France 6' 9" 210 (SLEEPER PICK)
A - R.J. Barrett Duke 6' 7" 180
A - Nassir Little UNC 6' 7" 215
A - De'Andre Hunter Virginia 6' 8" 225
A - Bennie Boatwright USC 6' 10" 230
A - Darius Bazley U.S. 6' 8" 195 ( I WILL PROBABLY RANK HIM #1 SF SOON )
A - Rui Hachimura Gonzaga 6' 8" 225
A - Oshae Brissett Syracuse 6' 8" 210
A - PJ Washington Kentucky 6' 8" 230
A - Killian Tillie Gonzaga 6' 10" 200
B - V.J. King Louisville 6' 6" 190
B - Cam Reddish Duke 6' 7" 203
B - Caleb Martin Nevada 6' 7" 205
B - Cody Martin Nevada 6' 7" 205
B - Robert Franks Wash. State 6' 7" 240
B - Brian Bowen Australia 6' 7" 185
B - Braxton Key Virginia 6' 8" 220
B - Charlie Brown St. Jos's 6' 6" 185
B - Tadas Sedekerskis Lithuania 6' 7" 212
B - Vassilis Charal. Greece 6' 0" 236
B - Kevin Porter USC 6' 5" 195
B - Ignas Brazdeikis Michigan 6' 7" 215
B - Kris Wilkes UCLA 6' 7" 194
B - Louis King Oregon 6' 7" 204
B - Keldon Johnson Kentucky 6' 6" 210
B - Kezie "KZ" Okpala Stanford 6' 8" 195
B - Jaylen Hoard Wake Forest 6' 8" 195
C - Taeshon Cherry Arizona St. 6' 8" 206
C - Yoeli Childs BYU 6' 8" 225

PF
A - Zion Williamson Duke 6' 7" 270
A - Reid Travis Kentucky 6' 8" 245
A - Simi Shittu Vanderbilt 6' 10" 220
A - Grant Williams Tennessee 6' 7" 236
B - Kenny Wooten Oregon 6' 9" 220
B - Chris Silva South Car. 6' 9" 223
B - Jalen McDaniels San D. St. 6' 10" 195 ( HE KINDA REMINDS ME OF GERALD WALLACE)
B - Jalen Smith Maryland 6' 9" 195
B - Tyler Cook Iowa 6' 9" 255
B - Aric Holman Miss. St. 6' 10" 225
B - LaMont West West Virg. 6' 8" 230
B - Luke Maye UNC 6' 8" 240
B - Nick Ward Mich. St. 6' 8" 250
B - EJ Montgomery Kentucky 6' 10" 205
B - Nick Richards Kentucky 6' 11" 200
B - Eric Paschall Villanova 6' 9" 255
B - Ethan Happ Wisconsin 6' 10" 232
B - Luka Samanic Spain 6' 10" 210
C - Nazreon Reid LSU 6' 10" 240
C - Daniel Gafford Arkansas 6' 11" 234

CENTERS
A - Bol Bol Oregon 7' 2" 220
A - Bruno Fernando Maryland 6' 10" 245
A - Brandon Clarke Gonzaga 6' 8" 230 (SLEEPER PICK)
A - Jontay Porter Missouri 6' 11" 240
B - Tacko Fall UCF 7' 6" 300
B - Matur Maker Canada 6' 10" 200
B - Austin Wiley Auburn 6' 11" 260
B - Shareef O'Neal UCLA 6' 10" 205
B - Moses Brown UCLA 7' 1" 245
B - Jordan Brown Nevada 6' 10" 205
B - Udoka Azubuike Kansas 7' 0" 280
B - Goga Bitadze Georgia 6' 11" 250
B - Donta Hall Alabama 6' 9" 230
B - Charles Bassey Western K. 6' 11" 221
B - Jaxson Hayes Texas 6' 11" 220
B - Marques Bolden Duke 6' 11" 245
B - Laurynas Birutis Lithuania 7' 1" 215
B - Viny Okouo Spain 7' 2" 240
B - Omer Yurtseven Georgetown 7' 0" 245
UPDATED - 7/3/2019 MY GM RESULTS

NAW / BJ Taylor / Will. McD. White
Zhairre / Reaves
Bacon / Obeisie / Pinson
YuTa / Frank / Cheatham
Cook / Biz

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Post#25 » by MugzZo » Sat Feb 9, 2019 8:54 pm

I'm hoping for bol bol

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Post#26 » by UNCNYC » Mon Feb 11, 2019 6:12 pm

This guy is Gerald Wallace 2.0. Almost the same hairdo and everything. Their games are almost identical. This must be his son lol. I hope we consider him in the second round. He has so much potential. There are soooooooooooo many possible gems in this draft. Very deep.

UPDATED - 7/3/2019 MY GM RESULTS

NAW / BJ Taylor / Will. McD. White
Zhairre / Reaves
Bacon / Obeisie / Pinson
YuTa / Frank / Cheatham
Cook / Biz

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Post#27 » by Snidely FC » Mon Feb 11, 2019 6:58 pm

I am a Coby White fan
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Post#28 » by LofJ » Mon Feb 11, 2019 9:35 pm

What do you think about Kevin Porter Jr UNCNYC?

He's got some attitude red flags (not surprising considering what happened to his father), but it's rare for a guy his size to have the dribbling ability he has. He's a boom or bust guy, but for a team in the position the Hornets are in that's exactly the type of player Mitch should be looking for.
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Post#29 » by UNCNYC » Mon Feb 11, 2019 10:16 pm

Snidely FC wrote:I am a Coby White fan


Go TAR HEELS lol. Of course, and everytime I watch him play (especially last game against Miami which is the college my first true love graduated from) he played awesomely.

Sometimes I think he could be top 5 in this draft. The thing is there is so much talent here. You have other pg's like kerwin roach and Nickeil Alex.-Wal. who will probably go late and end up just as good or better. Also a guy like Jalen Lecque could end up good. There are just so many holes we can fix in this draft.

It might be a good idea to trade kemba and pick a good pg in this draft.

We can change our whole starting lineup in this draft with quality players...

By trading kemba and drafting ROACH, Brandon Clarke, and Darius Bazley.

Then brining in Jalen McDaniels (if he falls out of the draft) and of course one of these will fall out of - A.J. Reeves , John Petty Jordan Poole, Matisse Thybulle, Jarrey Foster, Josh Reaves

Future lineup

PG - ROACH, or NICKEIL
SG - REEVES, PETTY, POOLE ETC...
SF - BAZLEY
PF - MCDANIELS
C - CLARKE

and we have picks for the future with the kemba trade and pick up an additinal pick by trading 16 this year.
UPDATED - 7/3/2019 MY GM RESULTS

NAW / BJ Taylor / Will. McD. White
Zhairre / Reaves
Bacon / Obeisie / Pinson
YuTa / Frank / Cheatham
Cook / Biz

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Post#30 » by JMAC3 » Tue Feb 12, 2019 2:59 am

Where is tony Carr? How is he not in league? Could of sworn he was a future hall of famer!!!!


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Post#31 » by UNCNYC » Tue Feb 12, 2019 6:43 am

JMAC3 wrote:Where is tony Carr? How is he not in league? Could of sworn he was a future hall of famer!!!!


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He got drafted by New Orleans but opted to play overseas for whatever reason... I liked his game A LOT in summer league. He has had good games overseas so far.

When you go out on a limb like I do, it doesn't necesarily mean you are wrong in saying that the talent you have chosen is not as good as a popular choice, or even in some cases BETTER. I say that because when you choose a guy who is not as popular coming into the draft, that guy has to work twice as hard, because more than likely the team is not going to be SOLD on him yet.

When teams choose their first rounders etc... they often overlook a second rounder, or guys in summer league...

I still feel if given a chance again Tony Carr is just as good as the many BUST so far... that were chosen ahead and given opportunities in the league so far. The NBA is all about opportunity not just talent.

Tony Carr was not the player I would have chosen. I would have chosen, zhaire smith and yuta watanabe.

To be honest I would LOVE to have Tony Carr here right now over 90 percent of the other pg's taken and given opportunity over him in last years draft
UPDATED - 7/3/2019 MY GM RESULTS

NAW / BJ Taylor / Will. McD. White
Zhairre / Reaves
Bacon / Obeisie / Pinson
YuTa / Frank / Cheatham
Cook / Biz

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Post#32 » by LofJ » Tue Feb 12, 2019 3:11 pm

This article has the Hornets picking at 2 in the 2020 draft and number 1 in 2021. The picks are Anthony Edwards and Jalen Green respectively.

https://www.thesportster.com/basketball/projecting-top-picks-of-next-three-nba-drafts/1/?v=4

Jalen Green especially would be a dream come true. After Zion he seems to be the most likely player with both the drive and talent that is needed to turn around a franchise.
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Post#33 » by bravor » Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:19 pm

Since you speak of future drafts and since BWB will occur in Charlotte, here an articleby Givony about this.

Oumar Ballo was impressive during last world championship U17 (not very tall but really tough down low and very good rebounder). France will have K. Hayes (former eurobasket U16 mvp) who would be a combo guard in the nba and Mathieu Gauzin (from my hometown club junior team, combo guard too, a bit turnover prone but really a good scorer).
Missing Maledon and Cazalon (the 1st could be a lottery pick, he is performing really well in his 1st season as a pro with Asvel).

I guess wigness is another aussi with aborigen roots who is also pretty interesting (unlike Mills he has good defensive skills despite his size)

Missing some of the turkish best prospects in the list (Sengun even though he has not really a nba body, but they have another one who seems to be more promising nba wise; forgot his name).

bunch of names/players i dont know though.
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Post#34 » by UNCNYC » Wed Feb 13, 2019 4:06 pm

Update: Hey guys I think it's safe to say that Coby White should be considered the best PG available in this draft. He
has been ballin as of late. I also added in a few players but none of any real impact I don't think. The major jump is
who I consider to be Gerald Wallace 2.0. That player is Jalen Mcdaniels. I actually ranked him over Zion. I did so
with the upmost respect for Zions game and potential but Jalen has quite a bit of his own. He is bigger, and seems to be
a better defender and a better shooter. Also runs the floor well. I like his pentential.

I wish our current lineup consisted of

Kemba / Roach or Nickeil
Zhairre / whichever sg falls to us in my top 8 of this years draft
YuTa / Pinson
Mcdaniels / Marvin
Brandon Clarke / Zeller

NOTE - a team with Bol Bol, Kemba, Zhairre, Roach and YuTa woulda been extremely marketable


PG
A - Coby White UNC 6' 5" 185
A - Kerwin Roach Texas 6' 4" 180 (COULD BE NEXT RUSSEL WESTBROOK)
A - Ja Morant Murray State 6' 3" 170
A - Nickeil Alex.-Wal. Virginia Tech 6' 5" 210 (SLEEPER PICK)
A - Jaylen Hands UCLA 6' 3" 170
A - William McDowell-White Aust. 6' 5" 183 (FUN PLAYER TO WATCH)
A - Tre Jones Duke 6' 2" 183
A - Jalen Lecque Bre.Aca.(HS-NH) 6' 4" 190
B - Marcquise Reed Clemson 6' 3" 194
B - Geo Baker Rutgers 6' 4" 185
B - Jon Elmore Marshall 6' 3" 189
B - Markus Howard Marquette 5' 11" 175
B - Quade Green Kentucky 6' 1" 170
B - Shamorie Ponds St. John's 6' 1" 174
B - Ty Jerome Virginia 6' 5" 195
B - Darius Garland Vanderbilt 6' 3" 175
B - Ky Bowman Boston College 6' 1" 188
B - Ashton Hagans Kentucky 6' 3" 180
B - Carsen Edwards Purdue 6' 1" 200
C - Javonte Smart LSU 6' 4" 190

SG
A - A.J. Reeves Providence 6' 6" 210 (STAR POTENTIAL)
A - John Petty Alabama 6' 5" 197
A - Jordan Poole Michigan 6' 4" 190
A - Jarrey Foster SMU 6' 6" 220
A - Matisse Thybulle Washington 6' 5" 195 (A SMOOTH GAME)
B - Jarrett Culver Texas Tech 6' 5" 190
B - Josh Reaves Penn State 6' 4" 210 (REMINDS ME OF JOSH HART)
B - Zach Norvell Jr. Gonzaga 6' 5" 205
B - Tyler Herro Kentucky 6' 5" 193
B - Romeo Langford Indiana 6' 6" 195
B - Vanja Marinkovic Serbua 6' 6" 190
B - Luguentz Dort Arizona St. 6' 5" 219
B - Admiral Schofield Tennessee 6' 5" 238
B - Terance Mann Florida St. 6' 7" 215
B - Tyus Battle Syracuse 6' 6" 205
B - Cam Johnson UNC 6' 9" 210
B - Vic Law Northwestern 6'7" 201
B - Xavier Sneed Kans. State 6' 5" 220
B - Herbert Jones Alabama 6' 7" 200
B - Quentin Grimes Kansas 6' 6" 205
B - Kenny Williams UNC 6' 4" 185
B - Ayo Dosunmu Illinois 6' 5" 185
B - Bryce Brown Auburn 6' 3" 198
C - Talen Horton-Tucker Iowa State 6' 5" 230
C - Kalob Ledoux Louis. Tech 6' 3" 215
C - Travis Munnings LouIS.-Monroe 6' 6" 200

SF
A - Darius Bazley U.S. 6' 8" 195 (POTENTIAL)
A - R.J. Barrett Duke 6' 7" 180
A - Nassir Little UNC 6' 7" 215
A - De'Andre Hunter Virginia 6' 8" 225
A - Bennie Boatwright USC 6' 10" 230
A - Rui Hachimura Gonzaga 6' 8" 225
A - V.J. King Louisville 6' 6" 190
A - PJ Washington Kentucky 6' 8" 230
A - Sekou Doumboya France 6' 9" 210
A - Killian Tillie Gonzaga 6' 10" 200
B - Cam Reddish Duke 6' 7" 203
B - Deividas Sirvydis Lithuanian 6′ 8″ 190
B - Oshae Brissett Syracuse 6' 8" 210
B - Caleb Martin Nevada 6' 7" 205
B - Cody Martin Nevada 6' 7" 205
B - Tyrese Haliburton Iowa State 6′ 5″ 172
B - Robert Franks Wash. State 6' 7" 240
B - Brian Bowen Australia 6' 7" 185
B - Braxton Key Virginia 6' 8" 220
B - Charlie Brown St. Jos's 6' 6" 185
B - Tadas Sedekerskis Lithuania 6' 7" 212
B - Vassilis Charal. Greece 6' 0" 236
B - Kevin Porter USC 6' 5" 195
B - Ignas Brazdeikis Michigan 6' 7" 215
B - Kris Wilkes UCLA 6' 7" 194
B - Louis King Oregon 6' 7" 204
B - Adam Mokoka France 6' 5" 190
B - Keldon Johnson Kentucky 6' 6" 210 De'Andre Hunter** SF Virginia 6' 8" 225
B - Kezie "KZ" Okpala Stanford 6' 8" 195
B - Jaylen Hoard Wake Forest 6' 8" 195
C - Taeshon Cherry Arizona St. 6' 8" 206
C - Yoeli Childs BYU 6' 8" 225

PF
A - Jalen McDaniels San D. St. 6' 10" 195 (REMINDS ME OF GERALD WALLACE AND KEVIN GARNETT MIXED)
A - Zion Williamson Duke 6' 7" 270
A - Reid Travis Kentucky 6' 8" 245
A - Simi Shittu Vanderbilt 6' 10" 220
A - Grant Williams Tennessee 6' 7" 236
B - Kenny Wooten Oregon 6' 9" 220
B - Chris Silva South Car. 6' 9" 223
B - Jalen Smith Maryland 6' 9" 195
B - Tyler Cook Iowa 6' 9" 255
B - Aric Holman Miss. St. 6' 10" 225
B - LaMont West West Virg. 6' 8" 230
B - Dedric Lawson Kansas 6' 9" 230
B - Max Strus Depaul 6' 6" 215
B - Luke Maye UNC 6' 8" 240
B - Nick Ward Mich. St. 6' 8" 250
B - EJ Montgomery Kentucky 6' 10" 205
B - Nick Richards Kentucky 6' 11" 200
B - Eric Paschall Villanova 6' 9" 255
B - Ethan Happ Wisconsin 6' 10" 232
B - Luka Samanic Spain 6' 10" 210
C - Nazreon Reid LSU 6' 10" 240
C - Daniel Gafford Arkansas 6' 11" 234

CENTERS
A - Bol Bol Oregon 7' 2" 220
A - Brandon Clarke Gonzaga 6' 8" 230 (SLEEPER PICK)
A - Bruno Fernando Maryland 6' 10" 245
A - Jontay Porter Missouri 6' 11" 240
B - Tacko Fall UCF 7' 6" 300
B - Matur Maker Canada 6' 10" 200
B - Austin Wiley Auburn 6' 11" 260
B - Shareef O'Neal UCLA 6' 10" 205
B - Moses Brown UCLA 7' 1" 245
B - Jordan Brown Nevada 6' 10" 205
B - Udoka Azubuike Kansas 7' 0" 280
B - Goga Bitadze Georgia 6' 11" 250
B - Donta Hall Alabama 6' 9" 230
B - Charles Bassey Western K. 6' 11" 221
B - Jaxson Hayes Texas 6' 11" 220
B - Marques Bolden Duke 6' 11" 245
B - Laurynas Birutis Lithuania 7' 1" 215
B - Viny Okouo Spain 7' 2" 240
B - Omer Yurtseven Georgetown 7' 0" 245

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MOCK DRAFT LISTS
https://www.cbssports.com/nba/draft/mock-draft/

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NBA 2019 DRAFT SLEEPERS

PG - Kerwin Roach, Nickeil Alex.-Wal., William McDowell-White
SG - A.J. Reeves, John Petty, Jordan Poole, Matisse Thybulle, Jarrey Foster
SF - Sekou Doumboya, Bennie Boatwright, Darius Bazley, V.J. King
PF - Chris Silva, Jalen McDaniels, Jalen Smith
C - Brandon Clarke
UPDATED - 7/3/2019 MY GM RESULTS

NAW / BJ Taylor / Will. McD. White
Zhairre / Reaves
Bacon / Obeisie / Pinson
YuTa / Frank / Cheatham
Cook / Biz

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Post#35 » by CatgutStitches » Wed Feb 13, 2019 6:06 pm

Ya know, I had nearly stopped coming here all together just because of the crushing pessimism....But then I remembered UNCNYC's manic in an opium den draft hot takes....and I am subscribed.
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Post#36 » by LofJ » Wed Feb 13, 2019 6:13 pm

CatgutStitches wrote:Ya know, I had nearly stopped coming here all together just because of the crushing pessimism....But then I remembered UNCNYC's manic in an opium den draft hot takes....and I am subscribed.


Hope is the antidote to pessimism.
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Post#37 » by amcoolio » Wed Feb 13, 2019 6:15 pm

CatgutStitches wrote:Ya know, I had nearly stopped coming here all together just because of the crushing pessimism....But then I remembered UNCNYC's manic in an opium den draft hot takes....and I am subscribed.


Its hard to be optimistic man, I try every season, but look at our team history. We are right there with the Detroit Lions... I don't want to spend my entire adult life following a team that constantly has bleak futures and never gets far in the playoffs the few times we make it. How fatlever and some of the guys in their 40's still follow this team is beyond me
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Re: 2019 Draft Discussion 

Post#38 » by LofJ » Wed Feb 13, 2019 6:27 pm

Jalen Green will be drafted by the Hornets. We just gotta believe...

that the NBA is corrupt and occasionally rigs the draft.

It would also be a savvy, cutthroat business move to do it at the same time as the elimination of the 1 and done rule. Shift some Duke/UNC fan attention to the Hornets with their new star player. The Hornets really shouldn't be the 28th most valuable franchise, NC is a better market than that.
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Re: 2019 Draft Discussion 

Post#39 » by UNCNYC » Wed Feb 13, 2019 11:07 pm

LofJ wrote:Jalen Green will be drafted by the Hornets. We just gotta believe...

that the NBA is corrupt and occasionally rigs the draft.

It would also be a savvy, cutthroat business move to do it at the same time as the elimination of the 1 and done rule. Shift some Duke/UNC fan attention to the Hornets with their new star player. The Hornets really shouldn't be the 28th most valuable franchise, NC is a better market than that.


He is really good. He has a complete game
UPDATED - 7/3/2019 MY GM RESULTS

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Re: 2019 Draft Discussion 

Post#40 » by yosemiteben » Thu Feb 14, 2019 5:15 am

Just to confirm, are you all talking about a high schooler right now?

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