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So who do we draft in 2010?

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Cole Aldrich will be the #1 overall selection in next year's draft.

 

I hope we get him!

Oh God...

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1. Derrick Favors

2. Ed Davis

3. Donatas Motiejunas

4. John Henson

5. Greg Monroe

6. Patrick Patterson

7. Craig Brackins

 

With John Wall, Willie Warren Evan Turner, etc. in the draft...we should find a very good starting PF in the 2010 draft.

 

Can I start pimping Monroe again yet? Perfect fit.

 

Im down with any of those PFs except Donatas Motiejunas. I think Derrick Favors or Ed Davis would be great and I like Greg Monroe and think he is probably the most skilled and has the highest basketball IQ of the bunch but I want to see how the other two rebound b/c I dont like Monroe as much as a rebounder.

 

But if Wall is available where we pick I think you have to go with him as well.

 

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If we draft Rubio this year and are still in the position to draft Wall next year, it means we sucked again.

 

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My DREAM draft next season goes like this:

 

With the 29th pick in the NBA Draft the Memphis Grizzlies (from the LA Lakers) select - XYZ

And with the 30th pick in the NBA Draft the Memphis Grizzlies select - PDQ!!!!!!

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I didn't want to open another thread for this. NBADraft.net claims with the addition of Zach we're already plan on getting a 3pt shooter. They said our scouts were hoping Paul George and Lazar Hayward was coming out. They feel theres was a lack of shooters in the draft and fa market. I hope everything works out and we impress the NBA and the city.

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I didn't want to open another thread for this. NBADraft.net claims with the addition of Zach we're already plan on getting a 3pt shooter. They said our scouts were hoping Paul George and Lazar Hayward was coming out. They feel theres was a lack of shooters in the draft and fa market. I hope everything works out and we impress the NBA and the city.

Not drafting a PF next year would be a colossal mistake. I am a bit worried about Heisley falling in love with the 20/10 stats that Randolph puts up (Randolph, by the way, is the most useless 20/10 player in the league), and feeling like he has his PF of the future in Randolph. Passing on a PF next year would be absolutely horrific, unless there is a Derrick Rose type of player staring us in the face (Wall).

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1º Ed Davis

2º Derrick Favors

3º Cole Aldrich

4º Donatas Motiejunas

5º Greg Monroe

6º Craig Brackins

7º DeMarcus Cousins

etc...

 

The 2010 draft is the draft of the PF, so that we should select with our first pick to PF that is free in it.

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Oh I can't wait for next years draft!! So far the Wallace led Grizz has brought Mayo, Arthur, Thabeet, Young, Carroll. All great picks compared to the long list of Jerry West players. With next year being a muuuuuuuuuuuuch deeper draft and us having three picks again I have faith next years draft will provide a ton of depth or maybe three picks will turn into one star player thru a trade.

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Oh I can't wait for next years draft!! So far the Wallace led Grizz has brought Mayo, Arthur, Thabeet, Young, Carroll. All great picks compared to the long list of Jerry West players. With next year being a muuuuuuuuuuuuch deeper draft and us having three picks again I have faith next years draft will provide a ton of depth or maybe three picks will turn into one star player thru a trade.

We only have 2 picks; we gave our 2nd rounder next year to the Lakers in the Pau deal.

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1. Derrick Favors

2. Ed Davis

3. Donatas Motiejunas

4. John Henson

5. Greg Monroe

6. Patrick Patterson

7. Craig Brackins

My sleepers are:

  • 8. Tony Woods WF
  • 9. Ty Walker WF
  • 10. Terrence Jennings Lou

  • 11. Demarcus Cousins Ky

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My DREAM draft next season goes like this:

 

With the 29th pick in the NBA Draft the Memphis Grizzlies (from the LA Lakers) select - XYZ

And with the 30th pick in the NBA Draft the Memphis Grizzlies select - PDQ!!!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Man, with dreams that crazy I would stop eating so late at night if I were you.

 

 

 

 

We only have 2 picks; we gave our 2nd rounder next year to the Lakers in the Pau deal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

My bad, I thought we picked up a second round pick with all those secondary stupid trades last year, was it for farther in the future or was I just flat out wrong?

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Maybe Derrick Favors, nbadraft.net has us taking him at 6 next year.

 

 

 

 

Now they have us taking Paul George from Fresno St. at #6............ Who?

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Early 2010 NBA Mock Draft

By Jeff Goodman, FOXSports.com, June 30, 2009

 

1. John Wall, 6-3½, 193, PG, Fr., Kentucky

2. Derrick Favors, 6-9, 230, PF. Fr., Georgia Tech

3. Ed Davis, 6-9, 215, PF, Soph., North Carolina

4. Al-Farouq Aminu, 6-8, 215, F, Soph., Wake Forest

5. Renardo Sidney, 6-9, 260, F, Fr., Mississippi State

6. Xavier Henry, 6-6, 215, SG, Fr., Kansas

7. Cole Aldrich, 6-10, 245, C, Jr., Kansas

8. Evan Turner, 6-7, 205, SF, Soph., Ohio State

9. John Henson, 6-10, 210, C, Fr., North Carolina

10. Willie Warren, 6-3, 200, SG, Soph., Oklahoma

11. Donatas Motiejunas, 7-0, 220, PF, Lithuania

12. Greg Monroe, 6-11, 240, PF, Soph., Georgetown

13. DeMarcus Cousins, 6-10, 245, C, Fr., Kentucky

14. Craig Brackins, 6-10, 230, PF, Soph., Iowa State

15. Solomon Alabi, 7-1, 230, C, Soph., Florida State

16. Gordon Hayward, 6-8, 210, SF, Soph., Butler

17. Avery Bradley, 6-3, 180, SG, Fr., Texas

18. Patrick Patterson, 6-8, 225, PF, Jr., Kentucky

19. James Anderson, 6-6, 195, SG-SF, Jr., Oklahoma State

20. Devin Ebanks, 6-8, 210, SG, Soph., West Virginia

21. Gani Lawal, 6-8½, 230, PF, Soph., Georgia Tech

22. Kalin Lucas, 6-0, 180, PG, Jr., Michigan State

23. Kyle Singler, 6-9, 210, SF, Jr., Duke

24. Sherron Collins, 5-11, 200, PG, Sr., Kansas

25. Jerome Jordan, 7-0, 235, C, Sr., Tulsa

26. Tyshawn Taylor, 6-3, 180, G, Soph., Kansas

27. Mason Plumlee, 6-11, 220, PF, Fr. Duke

28. Terrico White, 6-5, 210, PG, Soph., Mississippi

29. Kemba Walker, 6-0, 170, PG, Soph., UConn

30. Malcolm Lee, 6-5, 185, G, Soph., UCLA

Wild Card. Lance Stephenson, 6-5, 200, SG, TBD

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Early 2010 NBA Mock Draft

By Jeff Goodman, FOXSports.com, June 30, 2009

 

1. John Wall, 6-3½, 193, PG, Fr., Kentucky

2. Derrick Favors, 6-9, 230, PF. Fr., Georgia Tech

3. Ed Davis, 6-9, 215, PF, Soph., North Carolina

4. Al-Farouq Aminu, 6-8, 215, F, Soph., Wake Forest

5. Renardo Sidney, 6-9, 260, F, Fr., Mississippi State

6. Xavier Henry, 6-6, 215, SG, Fr., Kansas

7. Cole Aldrich, 6-10, 245, C, Jr., Kansas

8. Evan Turner, 6-7, 205, SF, Soph., Ohio State

9. John Henson, 6-10, 210, C, Fr., North Carolina

10. Willie Warren, 6-3, 200, SG, Soph., Oklahoma

11. Donatas Motiejunas, 7-0, 220, PF, Lithuania

12. Greg Monroe, 6-11, 240, PF, Soph., Georgetown

13. DeMarcus Cousins, 6-10, 245, C, Fr., Kentucky

14. Craig Brackins, 6-10, 230, PF, Soph., Iowa State

15. Solomon Alabi, 7-1, 230, C, Soph., Florida State

16. Gordon Hayward, 6-8, 210, SF, Soph., Butler

17. Avery Bradley, 6-3, 180, SG, Fr., Texas

18. Patrick Patterson, 6-8, 225, PF, Jr., Kentucky

19. James Anderson, 6-6, 195, SG-SF, Jr., Oklahoma State

20. Devin Ebanks, 6-8, 210, SG, Soph., West Virginia

21. Gani Lawal, 6-8½, 230, PF, Soph., Georgia Tech

22. Kalin Lucas, 6-0, 180, PG, Jr., Michigan State

23. Kyle Singler, 6-9, 210, SF, Jr., Duke

24. Sherron Collins, 5-11, 200, PG, Sr., Kansas

25. Jerome Jordan, 7-0, 235, C, Sr., Tulsa

26. Tyshawn Taylor, 6-3, 180, G, Soph., Kansas

27. Mason Plumlee, 6-11, 220, PF, Fr. Duke

28. Terrico White, 6-5, 210, PG, Soph., Mississippi

29. Kemba Walker, 6-0, 170, PG, Soph., UConn

30. Malcolm Lee, 6-5, 185, G, Soph., UCLA

Wild Card. Lance Stephenson, 6-5, 200, SG, TBD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You forgot........ what was his name again.... oh yeah, Paul George, evidently the 6th hottest talent out there.

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thabeet at #2...who?

 

 

 

 

 

 

at least he is showing up for summer league and our season.

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Early 2010 NBA Mock Draft

By Jeff Goodman, FOXSports.com, June 30, 2009

 

15. Solomon Alabi, 7-1, 230, C, Soph., Florida State

16. Gordon Hayward, 6-8, 210, SF, Soph., Butler

17. Avery Bradley, 6-3, 180, SG, Fr., Texas

18. Patrick Patterson, 6-8, 225, PF, Jr., Kentucky

19. James Anderson, 6-6, 195, SG-SF, Jr., Oklahoma State

20. Devin Ebanks, 6-8, 210, SG, Soph., West Virginia

21. Gani Lawal, 6-8½, 230, PF, Soph., Georgia Tech

22. Kalin Lucas, 6-0, 180, PG, Jr., Michigan State

23. Kyle Singler, 6-9, 210, SF, Jr., Duke

24. Sherron Collins, 5-11, 200, PG, Sr., Kansas

25. Jerome Jordan, 7-0, 235, C, Sr., Tulsa

26. Tyshawn Taylor, 6-3, 180, G, Soph., Kansas

27. Mason Plumlee, 6-11, 220, PF, Fr. Duke

28. Terrico White, 6-5, 210, PG, Soph., Mississippi

29. Kemba Walker, 6-0, 170, PG, Soph., UConn

30. Malcolm Lee, 6-5, 185, G, Soph., UCLA

Wild Card. Lance Stephenson, 6-5, 200, SG, TBD

These are the only guys that will be their when we pick if you get my drift..

 

YO

 

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I can understand pride in your fellow countryman but obviously he was overrated. Mem saw him play, OKC/Sac had him in for workouts, Clips didn't care, all passed on him. Minn picked him and even with everyone knowing he doesn't want to go there nobody has actually offered anything for him, only NY has asked about him. It's time to quit bashin Thabeet, I was totally against him but now he is on our team, I hope he does great now.

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