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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomasrickj View Post
    Yeah, that's why they drafted John Wall and Bradley Beal because they can't evaluate talent...
    And Jan Veasley, and Otto Porter!



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    And Jan Veasley, and Otto Porter!
    Porter was a rookie this past season. Give him at least one more season before you call him a bust.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomasrickj View Post
    Porter was a rookie this past season. Give him at least one more season before you call him a bust.
    He finished 435th in PER last year, I'm feeling fairly confident about calling him a bust. Although last year's entire draft class was pretty terrible.



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    Quote Originally Posted by CyJack13 View Post
    He finished 435th in PER last year, I'm feeling fairly confident about calling him a bust. Although last year's entire draft class was pretty terrible.
    I'm sure you're right since you're a professional scout...



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    BTW, Melvin Ejim's huge TCU game is in the last few minutes on Cyclones.tv


    Since we are an elite team now, let's go get that One Cyclone Moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amesboy View Post
    Surprised Napier at 6th. Sort of Ironic with Kane when you look at these guys coming out after one or two years and it takes them 3 or 4 years to get up to speed and consistently on the court. I think Kane will stick and play sooner than some of these other guys like Smart if given the chance. @CycloneErik we'll probably see him "flop" but maybe not as much if the NBA starts giving out fines which they've talked about. (can't see that happening but with Silver in there now, who knows)
    They have been fining flopping in the NBA for a season or two now. It's more than just talk.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomasrickj View Post
    Yeah, that's why they drafted John Wall and Bradley Beal because they can't evaluate talent...
    I'm not giving them too much credit for drafting Wall first. EVERYONE was drafting Wall first. Man, that was a bad draft going back and looking at it again.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomasrickj View Post
    Porter was a rookie this past season. Give him at least one more season before you call him a bust.
    Yeah, he might become a Nick Collison in time.


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    I'm sure you're right since you're a professional scout...
    Maybe I could get a job working for the Wizards scouting dept!



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    Maybe I could get a job working for the Wizards scouting dept!
    Funny that you're making fun of a team that made the conference semi's this past season...



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    Quote Originally Posted by CycloneErik View Post
    You're jealous.
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    did this just become a dating thread?



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    Funny that you're making fun of a team that made the conference semi's this past season...
    He meant the Bobcats.


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    Twitter reporting that Joel Embiid has suffered a foot injury and will not do any more workouts before the Draft.

    If I'm a GM, and it's probably a good thing I'm not, I wouldn't touch Embiid with any of the first 5 picks. A 7 footer with back and foot problems? First, I'm not so sure a dominant center means what it used to mean. It's been since, what, the Shaq/Lakers prime since a center lead a team to a championship? Look at the primary contenders in the NBA right now-- Spurs, Heat, Pacers, Thunder, Clippers, Warriors, Trailblazers. None of those teams rely on the play of their big men, except for the Pacers (to their detriment) and the Trailblazers, although Aldridge is hardly a typical center/power forward.

    Give me a guy like Wiggins or Parker any day over Embiid.



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    Personally, I like Parker. He is built like an NBA player.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Clonefan32 View Post
    Twitter reporting that Joel Embiid has suffered a foot injury and will not do any more workouts before the Draft. If I'm a GM, and it's probably a good thing I'm not, I wouldn't touch Embiid with any of the first 5 picks. A 7 footer with back and foot problems? First, I'm not so sure a dominant center means what it used to mean. It's been since, what, the Shaq/Lakers prime since a center lead a team to a championship? Look at the primary contenders in the NBA right now-- Spurs, Heat, Pacers, Thunder, Clippers, Warriors, Trailblazers. None of those teams rely on the play of their big men, except for the Pacers (to their detriment) and the Trailblazers, although Aldridge is hardly a typical center/power forward. Give me a guy like Wiggins or Parker any day over Embiid.
    Yeah, Tim Duncan wasn't much of a contributor to the Spurs this year...



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