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  • grindhouse
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    LJ2 wrote: View Post

    A little strange they picked both of them up, Maybe it will make sense after they make their FA moves.
    the point guard battle is going to be intense they are all on the same level. if its true a open spot battle we will get someone that can hold their own.meaning if IQ already has the job going in and its his to lose then bringing in all these guys is pointless.

    same goes for the SG battle NO FAVOURITES.

    if darko creates this situation then raptors will win and maybe even in a losing season we win!

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  • slaw
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    A good start.

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  • LJ2
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    SkywalkerAC wrote: View Post

    Davion Mitchell?
    A little strange they picked both of them up, Maybe it will make sense after they make their FA moves.

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  • SkywalkerAC
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    LJ2 wrote: View Post
    Who is the comparable for Shead? A more athletic Pat Bev?
    Davion Mitchell?

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  • SkywalkerAC
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    Shead doesn’t look small out there, on a college court, at all. Guy looks like a beast.

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  • LJ2
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    Who is the comparable for Shead? A more athletic Pat Bev?

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  • Joey
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    Primer wrote: View Post

    He's basing it on the guys he wanted us to pick not being selected even though they were available. Same stuff everyone has to go on with every pick so far. I don't think it's too early to say if you like who we drafted or not.
    Liking, or not liking, the picks is one thing .. assessing them as "Big, fat 0/2 whiff" is not that though. Lol

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  • WJF
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    golden wrote: View Post
    Shead is a straight up beast. Can’t wait to release the hounds on PGs like Maxey.

    He’s got way more bounce than I thought.

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  • Jclaw
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    golden wrote: View Post
    Shead is a straight up beast. Can’t wait to release the hounds on PGs like Maxey.

    He looks like he gets actual blocks, not “stocks”

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  • SkywalkerAC
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    Holy smokes we knocked it out of the park! Talk about a youth movement and athleticism upgrade. WOW.

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  • TomAmnot
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    Guerrier est de Montréal!

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  • golden
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    Shead is a straight up beast. Can’t wait to release the hounds on PGs like Maxey.

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  • A.I
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    Ebonhawke wrote: View Post
    Draft Profile on Carlson from ESPN

    Pre-Draft Analysis


    Strengths: Carlson is a 7-foot-1 stretch big man who has some real skill and versatility offensively with his quickness getting off his feet, an ability to handle and pass, and impressive shot-making prowess.

    Weaknesses: At 219 pounds, despite already being 25 years old, his lack of strength is a limiting factor around the basket on both ends. He has never been much of a rebounder and was regularly attacked by average players at the college level, raising questions about his ability to hold his own defensively against pros.

    The verdict: Carlson's skill level is intriguing at his size, as the NBA is always looking for big men who can handle, pass and shoot, but his lack of strength and toughness hurts his viability on the other end of the floor considering he was one of the oldest players in college basketball this season. -- Jonathan Givony


    Didn't see a profile on Guerrier
    So basically another Jontay Porter. I hope he doesn't have gambling issues.

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  • 3inthekeon
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    Primer wrote: View Post

    The Heat
    Would you bet actual money on that? If so, I recommend 3inthekeoncasino.

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  • Ebonhawke
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    Draft Profile on Carlson from ESPN

    Pre-Draft Analysis


    Strengths: Carlson is a 7-foot-1 stretch big man who has some real skill and versatility offensively with his quickness getting off his feet, an ability to handle and pass, and impressive shot-making prowess.

    Weaknesses: At 219 pounds, despite already being 25 years old, his lack of strength is a limiting factor around the basket on both ends. He has never been much of a rebounder and was regularly attacked by average players at the college level, raising questions about his ability to hold his own defensively against pros.

    The verdict: Carlson's skill level is intriguing at his size, as the NBA is always looking for big men who can handle, pass and shoot, but his lack of strength and toughness hurts his viability on the other end of the floor considering he was one of the oldest players in college basketball this season. -- Jonathan Givony


    Didn't see a profile on Guerrier

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