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  • The Claw Reborn
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    planetmars wrote: View Post
    I'd prefer a wing/guard over a center personally.

    But ultimately I'm team Masai tonight. He can do whatever he wants and I'll be cool with it.
    This is more of a legitimate post.

    I agree 100%

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  • planetmars
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    I'd prefer a wing/guard over a center personally.

    But ultimately I'm team Masai tonight. He can do whatever he wants and I'll be cool with it.

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  • The Claw Reborn
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    DanH wrote: View Post
    Last round of thoughts before the draft...

    Christian Koloko (7'0" C, thin and needs to add strength but great rim protector and rebounder already, great touch around the rim, no range right now but his FT% is promising on that front, pretty decent passer, can defend man to man out on the perimeter with good footspeed - another guy who started basketball late like Pascal - upside swing here)
    EJ Liddell (6'7" forward, plays as a big, but can shoot, big and strong and surprisingly athletic, decent playmaking, decent defence, very well rounded)
    Dalen Terry (big PG - good shooting, good defensive metrics)
    Jaylin Williams (do it all 6'10" C, can dribble, good passer, decent inside scoring but no real jump shot, decent FT% suggests there is upside there, good defender but not really a rim protector, I've been convinced on him)
    Ishmael Kamagate (6'11" big, high upside swing, athletic big with developing skillset across the board, very raw, would be a long term bet, I've seen comparisons to Pascal's scouting report coming out of his draft year, though their playing background is different with Kamagate playing overseas)

    ...drop off in interest here...

    Jalen Williams (6'6" playmaking wing, smaller and with an established shot, maybe a little less known for the defensive end)
    Wendell Moore (6'6" wing, great creator/passer, can shoot - digging deeper his defence seems worse than I thought, would be a real project there)
    Keon Ellis (3+D SG, good shooter, high steal rate, not as much for playmaking or volume scoring)
    David Roddy (6'6" forward, heavy and strong, decently mobile, 6'10" wingspan, great volume scorer and shooter in college, solid rebounder and playmaker, active defensively - 2.5 stocks per 36, height/mobility combo a bit of a drawback but decently athletic)
    Walker Kessler (7' C, known for smart defence and quick feet, not quite a switch onto the perimeter guy, Poeltl type, long ways to go in terms of jumper, but Raps love to make that bet)
    Jake LaRavia (big wing, less athletic than our usual pick, but good impact numbers on both ends, all around contributor and can shoot)
    Peyton Watson (was absolutely awful in college, but some draftniks seem to think he was in a tough spot and just had an awful year - if he makes it through the 2nd round or the Raps pick up a late 2nd he'd be a great swing for the fences)
    Josh Minott (6'8 forward, decent passer, can't shoot threes at all but has a decent FT%, could project OK there, played small role in college but had nice totals per 36, supposed to have good defensive tools)
    Andrew Nembhard (Nick knows him well so if they take him it's because Nick loves him, and he's a big guard who can defend OK and playmake, so sure)
    Patrick Baldwin Jr (another guy who didn't have a great year but mostly due to injuries, might be this year's guy who slips and ends up being really good)
    Opinion of one man, doesn’t hold any kind of weight at all.

    but thanks

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  • DanH
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    Last round of thoughts before the draft...

    Christian Koloko (7'0" C, thin and needs to add strength but great rim protector and rebounder already, great touch around the rim, no range right now but his FT% is promising on that front, pretty decent passer, can defend man to man out on the perimeter with good footspeed - another guy who started basketball late like Pascal - upside swing here)
    EJ Liddell (6'7" forward, plays as a big, but can shoot, big and strong and surprisingly athletic, decent playmaking, decent defence, very well rounded)
    Dalen Terry (big PG - good shooting, good defensive metrics)
    Jaylin Williams (do it all 6'10" C, can dribble, good passer, decent inside scoring but no real jump shot, decent FT% suggests there is upside there, good defender but not really a rim protector, I've been convinced on him)
    Ishmael Kamagate (6'11" big, high upside swing, athletic big with developing skillset across the board, very raw, would be a long term bet, I've seen comparisons to Pascal's scouting report coming out of his draft year, though their playing background is different with Kamagate playing overseas)

    ...drop off in interest here...

    Jalen Williams (6'6" playmaking wing, smaller and with an established shot, maybe a little less known for the defensive end)
    Wendell Moore (6'6" wing, great creator/passer, can shoot - digging deeper his defence seems worse than I thought, would be a real project there)
    Keon Ellis (3+D SG, good shooter, high steal rate, not as much for playmaking or volume scoring)
    David Roddy (6'6" forward, heavy and strong, decently mobile, 6'10" wingspan, great volume scorer and shooter in college, solid rebounder and playmaker, active defensively - 2.5 stocks per 36, height/mobility combo a bit of a drawback but decently athletic)
    Walker Kessler (7' C, known for smart defence and quick feet, not quite a switch onto the perimeter guy, Poeltl type, long ways to go in terms of jumper, but Raps love to make that bet)
    Jake LaRavia (big wing, less athletic than our usual pick, but good impact numbers on both ends, all around contributor and can shoot)
    Peyton Watson (was absolutely awful in college, but some draftniks seem to think he was in a tough spot and just had an awful year - if he makes it through the 2nd round or the Raps pick up a late 2nd he'd be a great swing for the fences)
    Josh Minott (6'8 forward, decent passer, can't shoot threes at all but has a decent FT%, could project OK there, played small role in college but had nice totals per 36, supposed to have good defensive tools)
    Andrew Nembhard (Nick knows him well so if they take him it's because Nick loves him, and he's a big guard who can defend OK and playmake, so sure)
    Patrick Baldwin Jr (another guy who didn't have a great year but mostly due to injuries, might be this year's guy who slips and ends up being really good)

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  • TrueTorontoFan
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    Apollo wrote: View Post

    The Steaming Turds are in a class of their own though. They're now the WOAT.
    i'd argue sac ... they haven't made the playoffs since Bush was in office

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  • Apollo
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    Hotshot wrote: View Post

    Worst team to get drafted to.

    2nd worst?! Washington Wizards. They don't have a clear direction either.
    The Steaming Turds are in a class of their own though. They're now the WOAT.

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  • Hotshot
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    A.I wrote: View Post

    I'd say Orlando. They haven't developed anybody in years.
    Orlando is probably 3rd but hey it's Orlando Florida, location is not an issue. Haven't seen any young player get drafted & never want to move to Orlando.

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  • A.I
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    Hotshot wrote: View Post

    Worst team to get drafted to.

    2nd worst?! Washington Wizards. They don't have a clear direction either.
    I'd say Orlando. They haven't developed anybody in years.

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  • Hotshot
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    Apollo wrote: View Post

    I would guess most of the class doesn't want to play for the Sacramento Steaming Turds.
    Worst team to get drafted to.

    2nd worst?! Washington Wizards. They don't have a clear direction either.

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  • Apollo
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    The Great One wrote: View Post
    He'll likely end up in Sac lol. Poor guy.

    I would guess most of the class doesn't want to play for the Sacramento Steaming Turds.

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  • bertarapsfan
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    planetmars wrote: View Post


    That's all it cost to get a 2nd in this draft? We better resign Thad or else that trade was a bust
    I think we are grabbing a 2nd pick tonight at the very least.

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  • A.I
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    The Great One wrote: View Post
    He'll likely end up in Sac lol. Poor guy.

    It would be a Kings thing to do to take a guy that doesn't want to be there.

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  • The Great One
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    He'll likely end up in Sac lol. Poor guy.

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  • TrueTorontoFan
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    Kagemusha wrote: View Post

    How?
    Their college final season stats are almost identical, Khem even edges him out
    in blocks 3.8 to 2.8
    and in rebounds 10 to 7 .
    more athletic longer wing span bigger guy

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